training session with the Olympic hero Jess Ennis. Jess is working with Powerade as part of their You Have More Power Than You Think campaign. Take a look here for more info and to view Jess's pop-up park workout.
,000 in 2001. Halfords say the newest figures reflect the efforts of the Government’s Cycle to Work scheme, which offers tax advantages and a 42% saving on investing in a new bike.The cycling success of the 2012 London Olympics and Tour de France is also
. It was the days of Cram, Ovet and Coe. These days, especially thanks to the Olympic effect, we watch the elite but then think about the practical application of the sport in our lives, which is great.I took up running at university and got really
Frankfurt Marathon, Makau says he feels good. “It’s the second time I’ve run London. I like the course and I’m hoping to run well on Sunday, he said.”Uganda’s Stephen Kiprotich, the surprise winner of the London 2012 Olympic Marathon, will also return
of triathlon with long distance races such as the Olympics or Ironman, it is fast becoming one of the most inclusive and family friendly sports around with many short distance races now to choose from.Tri Together, the award winning beginners’ triathlon series
Tell us about your experience at the London 2012 Olympics It was amazing to be part of The Games. Unfortunately I got injured in late May so athletically I didn’t quite get what I wanted to get out of it but I did as much as I could with the way I
-up perfectly is an advantage of smaller marathons over ‘mega races’, where you’re herded into starting pens earlier.Before the Olympic marathon, almost no one does more than 10 minutes of easy running, plus one or two accelerations up to race pace. That
what I wanted to do so the only thing I could think that I would enjoy doing would be sport. So the logical thing was to do a sports science degree at university. My initial long-term goal was to work with athletes in the 2012 Olympics
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