Sebastian Coe and Daley Thompson in the 1980 Moscow Olympics.Standing shoulder to shoulder with Seb [Sebastian Coe] on the London 2012 bid from way back in 2005 is more than an honour. I sometimes have to pinch myself, it’s incredible I can actually
following an emphatic win at the Aviva European Indoor Trials earlier this year.Jeanette reveals how she manages her injury demons, her London 2012 favourites and why TOWIE and quality sofa time help keep stress levels down.I’m quietly confident I’ll secure
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
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...
career conundrum. It appeared Richard’s London 2012 Paralympic medal dreams were over when the International Paralympic Committee ruled he couldn't compete in the marathon (not available for T42 leg amputees; he wasn't allowed to compete in T46 arm
.Sally revealed how it felt to win Olympic gold, the pressure at the top, how she banished self doubt and why she’s looking forward to watching the wildcard winners at London 2012. Athletics is the main sport of the Olympics. There’s nothing like seeing who wins
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