and the removal of lottery funding in 2008. Steely determination has pushed Turner through injury lows -and now he's chasing medal highs.You took bronze at the Melbourne Commonwealth Games in 2006 - what are you hoping to achieve this time round?Ideally I'd like
'm confident that I can complete the 20K and even enjoy it. The bad news is that there's still a lot of work to go, especially if I'm going to be able to live up to James' competitive zeal.
contracted meningitis at the age of five. Nowadays running is the only sport on the agenda for the 100m sprinter, whose sights are firmly set on London 2012.How were you talent spotted?I went to London just over a year ago for a talent day organised
long-awaited sub-13:00 5,000m and smash David Moorcoft's 28-year-old British record in the process.We caught up with this exceptional athlete as he joined a crowd of fans for a flash run around London's Regent's Park organised by Bupa.Q. Why are you
and training partner to become a household name.It was a historic British 1-2 finish in the 10,000m in Barcelona. How did it feel sharing that moment with your close friend and training partner Mo Farah?It was awesome. Coming second behind the best European
between two points 20m apart on a flat surface with beeps speeding up progressively to indicate the time each sprint should be completed in. A successful pass translates roughly as a 1.5 mile run completed within 10.5 minutes for males and 13 minutes
from 200m to the marathon.Richard holds the world record for leg amputees over the marathon (2:42:52 in Chicago) and half-marathon (1:14:59 in Reading). When the IPC ruled that he couldn’t compete in the 2012 Paralympic marathon (which is only open
place finish at the Berlin Marathon in 2:10:55.The former 5,000 and 10,000m track runner had met the Olympic A standard, secured his slot in London 2012 and burst onto the scene as a shining new British marathon talent.With less than six months until his
Keri-Anne Payne's name is synonymous with open-water swimming. She won silver in the gruelling 10km marathon swim at the 2008 Beijing Summer Games, when open-water made its Olympic debut.With London 2012 quickly approaching, Keri-Anne is predicted
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