furiously away. If that isn't peer pressure to go faster, I don't know what is.Staggering off the bike Bridget Jones-style, I had a few minutes to wipe the sweat from my brow and take a quick isotonic slug before being able to interview Ian, Alex and Nigel
Martyn Rooney is ready to avenge his racing demons. In last year’s World Championships in Daegu he crashed out in the 400m semi-finals - now he's using that memory to fuel his London 2012 training.With a strong finish at the Beijing Olympics under his belt, the 400m and 4x400m sp...
Sprinter Jeanette Kwakye is raring for the UK trials later this month, ready to set the dust flying for a Team GB slot.Jeanette made her mark as a young athlete, taking English Schools and then national age-group titles. Then she made it to the 100m final at the Beijing Olympics,...
Championship silver medallist Hannah England is keeping a cool head as London 2012 approaches, plus check back later this week to discover the successful six-step mentoring programme and our interview with the Dame herself.'On Camp with Kelly', supported
, training too much and training too little.So I went to Plan B: I interviewed the best running-injury experts in the world. Like the medical studies, the experts didn't always agree. But certain principles emerged. From these, I developed 10 laws of injury
Back in April, we were honoured to meet Richard Whitehead - the marathoner turned men's 100m and 200m T42 sprinter. He told us about his blades, training regime and the power of the Paralympic Games.Catch up with this inspriring interview
etc that were finishing around me. However, on crossing the finish line I was somewhat taken aback when the TV crew rushed to interview 2 flippin' bananas that unbeknown to me crossed immediately after my heroic finish. Can't wait to see the photo
, winning the national title on the same course two weeks later. Almost as striking was the modest whisper, close to inaudible, when interviewed after his victories. A month later, he was mortified that an injury prevented him running the World Cross Country
Target 26.2 team enjoyed – visit runnersworld.co.uk/asicstarget262 for videos from the day including interviews with the Target 26.2 coaches.Get Kitted OutOur five contenders have been kitted out with £500 of ASICS Target 26.2 gear to see them through
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