over the 200m, breaking three hours for the first time with the road marathon and finishing my first marathon in 2004, are just a few. Hopefully London 2012 will be the highlight of my career so far.The Olympic moment I remember most was Kelly Holmes
)Sally Brown is part of Team Samsung, a selection of top British athletes who will be opening up their lives and training regimes to the public through Samsung’s Digital Hub in the run up to the London 2012 Olympic Games. Samsung is giving the British public
’s only one Richard Whitehead – and I’ll put money on him bringing home a shiny Team GB gold this summer.Richard Whitehead was in Sheffield to launch the new Powerade Olympic Games Sports Bottle, which will be used to hydrate athletes at the London 2012
. As he lies there, eyes closed, face contorted and with sweat pooling on the track beneath his head, he is surrounded by camera crews and photographers. A Japanese sound engineer lowers his boom to catch the sound of heavy breathing. The World and Olympic
forget Kelly Holmes's amazing double gold exploits at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.But I discovered this week just how much more there is to Kelly's legacy than a cupboard full of silverware. Before heading to Athens, Kelly had already lined up a
1. SpeedThe Session: 4 x 40m sprints (with 3 mins recovery), then 4 x 300m sprints (with 6 mins recovery)Tony Minichiello says: "Speed training in heptathlon is crucial as there's an element of it in every event - just as there is in every race distance for running, whether you'r...
This year we followed four Olympic-distance newcomers as they trained for the Virgin Active London Triathlon, using TW's 10 Week Olympic Training Schedule. Now we can reveal how they fared on the big day and whether or not they acheived their race
Before the main action gets underway, 39 club runners test the London 2012 Olympic marathon route at a 3:00 pace.
The Brownlee brothers stirred the nation when they won gold and bronze medals in the triathlon at the home Olympics this summer. If you fancy moving into multi-discipline but feel a little nervous about where to start, we asked our friendly Twitter
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