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Nathan Smith: taking the English Schools fell title at Sedbergh
DAVID GREENWOOD

SEPTEMBER 25

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Editor’s Letter
BOLD KING COE
AFTER first appearing in these pages for winning the Yorkshire
SPOTLIGHT
DIAMOND LEAGUE TO DOGS TRUST
VET STUDENT MUIR WON’T IGNORE HER OTHER TRAINING
NOBODY DOES IT BETTER
MIKE BAXTER WAS A REGULAR GB INTERNATIONAL IN THE 1970s AND IS NOW A COACH
STREETS AHEAD
BIRMINGHAM WAS AHEAD OF ITS TIME WHEN IT CAME TO MASSPARTICIPATION ROAD RUNNING
ACTION
BEKELE MISSES OUT ON RECORD
ETHIOPIAN FALLS SIX SECONDS SHORT OF WORLD RECORD AFTER THRILLING RACE WITH WILSON KIPSANG
AFD AT THE DOUBLE
THE VERNONS ANCHOR THEIR TEAMS TO EASY VICTORIES IN BEDFORD
LIVERPOOL FINALLY TAKE THE CROWN
AFTER SEVERAL NEAR-MISSES, THE MERSEYSIDERS TAKE THE MEN’S CROWN
STAGS STAY ON TOP
BIRCHFIELD HARRIERS WERE COMFORTABLE WINNERS, BUT BRISTOL & WEST HAD A TOUGHER CHALLENGE IN THE MEN’S CONTEST
PERFORMANCE
COLD WAR
WINTER weather and hard sessions are a combination that can
WOMEN: TIME YOUR TRAINING CYCLES
PLANNING strength training according to their menstrual cycle could be
HORMONES EXPLAIN GENDER DIFFERENCE IN KNEE PROBLEMS
WOMEN are up to 10 times more likely than men
BEETROOT BOOST AT ALTITUDE
IN LAST week’s AW we reported how Belgian researchers claimed
CARDIAC SCREENING WORTHY INVESTMENT
ACCORDING to the charity CRY (Cardiac Risk In the Young),
SARAH McDONALD
2016 HAS SEEN SARAH McDONALD KNOCK 10 SECONDS OFF HER 1500M PB. SHE TELLS EMILY MOSS WHAT LED TO THE IMPROVEMENT
STOKE YOUR IMMUNE DEFENCES
IF YOUR WINTER TRAINING IS FREQUENTLY BLIGHTED BY ILLNESS AND INFECTION, NOW IS THE TIME TO PREPARE WITH AN IMMUNE-BOOSTING DIET, SAYS WENDY MARTINSON
IT’S ALL ABOUT THAT BASE
AS THE NIGHTS DRAW IN, IT’S TIME TO START PREPARING FOR THE FIRST COLD SNAP. PAUL FREARY CHECKS OUT THE BEST BASE LAYERS FOR WINTER TRAINING
NEWS
UNFAIR GAME
THE MEDICAL data hack was afforded a significant chunk of
NO EXCUSES FOR BRADSHAW
THE BRITISH POLE VAULTER WILL UP THE STANDARDS SHE ASSESSES HERSELF BY AS SHE TARGETS AN INJURY-FREE 2017
JOHNSON-THOMPSON PARTS WAYS WITH COACH
KATARINA JOHNSON-THOMPSON has split from long-time coach Mike Holmes after
BEKELE WANTS LONDON RUN AFTER BERLIN BLOCKBUSTER
KENENISA BEKELE hopes the Ethiopian national selectors won’t overlook him
‘FANCY BEARS’ FADE AS THREE MORE ATHLETE TUES SHOWN
MO FARAH’S training partner Galen Rupp is among three more
ENGLISH EYEING UP BIG UNBROKEN RUN IN 2017
THE IRISH 800m RUNNER FEELS HE CAN ACHIEVE SOMETHING SPECIAL NEXT YEAR IF HE CAN AVOID INJURIES IN THE BUILD-UP TO LONDON 2017
THOMMO: DETAIL KEY TO DEFENCE
CHRIS THOMPSON will defend his Great Birmingham Run title when
FELL CHAMPION PLEAS GUILTY TO MURDER BID
FORMER English fell running champion Lauren Jeska has admitted to
CROSS COUNTRY RELAYS DATE
THE SAUCONY English Cross Country Relays take place once again
RPMF GRANT SCHEME OPENS
A YOUNG athlete funding scheme which supported the likes of
MINI SELLOUT
THE MINI Great North Run 2017 event has already reached
YOUTH SUCCESS AS CLUB GROWS
A CLUB for under-12 athletes in Surrey has adopted an
#RUNANDTALK FOR A HEALTHY MIND AND BODY
ENGLAND ATHLETICS is encouraging people to get running and talking
WAKEFIELD PRESIDENT DIES
THE PRESIDENT of Wakefield District Harriers, John Newsome, has died
KEEP RUNNING IN THE FAMILY
THE MIDLANDS Road Relays saw AW’s photographer David Griffiths joined
HOME BOYS FLOURISH IN RUSSIA’S ABSENCE FROM PARALYMPICS
IN THE WAKE OF A PARALYMPIC GAMES NOTABLE FOR THE ABSENCE OF A TRADITIONALLY STRONG RUSSIAN TEAM, BEN COLDWELL LOOKS AT THE IMPACT THE COUNTRY’S ABSENCE MAY HAVE HAD ON THE MEDAL TALLIES
COX AND CO STAR IN RUSSIA ABSENCE
JUST days before the British Paralympic team jetted off from
US AND THEM
DESPITE finishing second in the athletics medal table with 42
BRAZIL BENEFITS AS MEDAL CHANCES OPENED UP
WHILE not necessarily representative of form heading directly into the
PREVIEWS
KIPSIRO WANTS MORE
CAN HAWKINS STOP FORMIDABLE UGANDAN THIS TIME?
JEPCHUMBA EYEING RECORD
VIOLAH JEPCHUMBA, the second-fastest half-marathoner in history, is expected to
TV GUIDE
7am – Corrupt Crimes: Fall of an Olympian – the
RESULTS & FIXTURES
OVERSEAS
IT IS always a shame when a venue change wipes
TRACK & FIELD
Mixed events: PV: A: 1 A King (D&T, U15W) 2.43;
ROAD
CAMBRIDGE & Coleridge gained some consolation for failing to defend
PARKRUN / ROAD
Bushy: J Davies 21:30 W65 95.54%; Leeds Hyde: T Johnson
CROSS / MULTI-TERRAIN
Overall: 1 G Pearce (KPMG) 15:57; 2 J Bradford (KPMG)
Brooksrunning
SEB COE AT 60
“THIS IS A SPORT I’D DIE IN A DITCH FOR”
ON HIS LANDMARK BIRTHDAY SEB COE REFLECTS ON HIS CAREER, THE FIRST TURBULENT YEAR OF HIS TIME AT THE HELM OF THE IAAF AND INSISTS THERE REALLY IS NO PLACE HE’D RATHER BE
SIGNS OF LIFE
THERE IS MUCH WORK TO DO BUT IAAF PRESIDENT LORD COE HAS AT LAST FOUND REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL, WRITES EUAN CRUMLEY
“I JUST COULD NOT AFFORD TO LOSE”
SEB COE’S FIRST OLYMPIC GOLD CAME IN MOSCOW BUT NOT IN THE RACE HE WAS EXPECTED TO WIN. JASON HENDERSON LOOKS AT THE TRULY UNFORGETTABLE RIVALRY WITH STEVE OVETT AND HOW THE PRESSURE REACHED BOILING POINT FOR BOTH
“IT WAS MY PERFECT RACE”
THE LA OLYMPICS ESTABLISHED SEB COE’S LEGENDARY STATUS, BUT HIS PREPARATION FOR THIS GOLDEN MOMENT WAS FAR FROM FLAWLESS
“THE BAR WAS SET SO HIGH”
STEVE CRAM ON WHAT IT WAS LIKE TO FACE COE AND OVETT AT THEIR PEAK AND HOW THE SEEDS OF A FIRM FRIENDSHIP WERE SOWN IN THE MIDST OF COMPETITION SOWN IN THE MIDST OF COMPETITION
FAMILY AFFAIR
PETER COE’S INNOVATIVE APPROACH WAS KEY TO HIS SON’S SUCCESS. HERE, WENDY SLY TELLS EUAN CRUMLEY HOW THE METICULOUS MAN WAS VERY DIFFERENT TO THE MYTH
SEB COE
THE DOUBLE OLYMPIC 1500m CHAMPION OUTLINES THE KEY WORKOUT WHICH TOLD HIM HE WAS IN SHAPE TO BREAK THE MILE WORLD RECORD IN BRUSSELS IN 1981
COE’S KEY RACES
STEVE SMYTHE LOOKS AT SOME LANDMARK PERFORMANCES
A CONFESSION FROM LORD COE: I USED TO SMUGGLE AW INTO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS
ATHLETICS WEEKLY for me is synonymous with Thursday or Friday
REGULARS
A CLASS APART
UNBEATEN THIS YEAR AS AN UNDER-17, BETHAN REES TELLS EMILY MOSS HER GOALS
STARTER FOR 10
WELCOME to another in a regular series of quizzes and competitions for athletics trivia-lovers. Fittingly, having dedicated this issue of AW to Seb Coe, here are 10 Coe-related questions for you
ASAFA CLOSES IN ON MAGIC MARK
JAMAICAN IS ON THE VERGE OF 100 SUB-10 CLOCKINGS
TWO DECADES ON, SWALLOW FLIES HIGH
TWENTY years after winning English Schools gold, Jodie Swallow has
STORMING START IN STRICTLY FOR GREG
GREG RUTHERFORD is so far wowing the judges on the