In New York City for the annual Runner's World Shoe Conference, Alison Hamlett enjoys some quality time with running legend Haile Gebrselassie ahead of his 'big apple' debut.Q. You're 37. Why has it taken you this long to run the NYCM?A. After I
Q. How are you feeling?A. My training's been going well, although I did get sick just before the Great North Run. I haven't had any major setbacks since then. Travelling to the NYC Marathon was uneventful compared to the journey I had getting to London for the Marathon in April w...
At the age of 18, Hollie Avil represented Great Britain at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Four years on, she’s trying to make the team again. We caught up with her in Sydney recently.How is your training going?I’ve been training on the Gold Coast with my coach Michelle Dillon and ...
It was 1987. Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up was at number one, the world’s stock markets were on their way into a tailspin and 26-year old Mark Kleanthous was racing at the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii.Fast-forward 23 years – many financial doomsayers are warning ...
TW: When did you first race in Kona?SN: It's my fifth start. I was an age grouper in 2006 when I was still working then. I went full time in 2007 and won Ironman UK, which was a much better result than I expected. This will be my fifth Ironman in last 12 months, which is quite a ...
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