Last summer Mo Farah became the first British man to win a world distance title, taking gold in the 5,000m, along with 10,000m silver. He tells RW why he's ready to top the podium in London.Did you expect to win two medals at the Daegu World Champs last year?I was confident I wou...
Mark Kleanthous is a founder member of the British Triathlon Association and member of the Great Britain triathlon team. Over the past 30 years, Mark has completed 71 marathons in under three hours and finished more than 420 triathlons, including 31 Ironmans and a double ironman....
be broken. World Championship medals are also fantastic but only in the world of track and field. Outside the world of athletics the Worlds don’t really have a big following.“When I do interviews with non-sports media they have no idea that in Berlin [World
At school I was too small to be good at team sports. Running appealed to me because it was just me on my own.It was when I was at university that I really discovered running. I got a scholarship to study at Rhode Island in the States. That was more than 20 years ago, when the run...
When I run, people say, ‘You’re that guy on Boardwalk Empire who killed his wife.’ I say, ‘No, no, I’m Mickey Doyle, the guy they threw off the balcony.’ They’re like, ‘Oh.’ Back in 1999, I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. When I exercise, I can inject less insulin. I don’t l...
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
Dai Greene is sitting outside the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on a still September evening. Just a few minutes ago he was centre stage on the track. He finished second, but in doing so became overall winner of the 2011 Diamond League Series, world athletics’ top-tier season...
Denise Lewis inspired national respect with her remarkable performance in the 2000 Sydney Olympics, where she triumped to take heptathlon gold against the odds with a bandage wrapped around her injured leg.Since retiring in 2005, she has remained a national favourite as an athlet...
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