his belt, the 400m and 4x400m sprinter reveals his tactics for this summer.I’ve been to four World Championships but nothing prepares you for an Olympics. I could go on about it for hours; it’s such an amazing experience.Standing in the Beijing stadium
medal in the 1,500m and it was the final night of athletics. The England team had already won lots of medals that night and there was an unbelievable atmosphere in the stadium. The crowd were all singing the anthem, it was like the Last Night
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
at 9.30am, starts and finishes at the Regional Athletics track, going around the outside of the City of Manchester stadium, the home of Manchester City FC and the local area. Enter online to take part.
on the day is the most important thing.Do you remember watching Alistair at the Beijing Olympics? What was that like for you?I remember watching Alistair, because I was in there at the stadium on an initiative called Britain 2012 Olympic Ambition [young
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
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