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  • News from around the World - EME News (Feb 16, 2018)

    News from around the World - EME News (Feb 16, 2018)

    EME NEWS (FEB 16, 2018)   T. Williams 10.10 in the 100 m GOLD COAST (AUS, Feb 16): Matthew Denny claimed the hammer and discus golds on day two of the Australian Championships. His consecutive hammer title came virtue of a best of 72.78m. Less than 10 hours later he was back for a tighter win in the discus, his 64.03m edging it over Ben Harradine’s 63.56m. Trae Williams became the fastest Australian in more than 10 years as he won the 100m in 10.10 (+0.4), beating his 10.21 PB from the heats. Second Rohan Browning 10.20. Celia Sullohurn, who Read More
  • Czech Mate

    Czech Mate

    When it comes to the tactical game of chess that is the 1500m, Jakub Holusa has the ultimate finishing move. “There is something inside me, inside my body or mind,” says Jakub Holusa, trying to explain why he always finishes his races like a bullet train. “Maybe it’s from God and I was born with this, but I’m a big fighter. I never quit the race before the finish.” Read More
  • News from around the World - EME News (Feb 15, 2018)

    News from around the World - EME News (Feb 15, 2018)

    EME NEWS (FEB 15, 2018)   World leads Lisek and Sprunger, Bukowiecki 22 meters TORUN (POL, Feb 15): Fourth edition of Copernicus Cup meet (5th leg of IAAF World Indoor Tour) was a succesfull one before capacity crowd of 5200 spectators. Two World leads (Lisek, Sprunger), five confirmed Tour winners (Lisek, Evora, Kszczot, Stanek, Sprunger) and in total 7 meeting records in half of all events was a special statistics. Two Polish records (Bukowiecki, Swiety) and three more home winners (Kszczot, Lisek, Cichocka) made for a great atmosphere for the bidding city to stage the European Indoor Championships in 2021. Read More
  • The Rise of the Experts of Everything: A Deep Dive or Superficial Learning

    The Rise of the Experts of Everything: A Deep Dive or Superficial Learning

    A good reminder from Steve Magness to not take everything a so-called expert might say to be absolutely true. In learning about exercise physiology, biomechanics, sport psychology and other areas relevant to coaching, we need to take a "deep dive" and read lots of different takes on subjects. Build a big base of knowledge and learn from different authors, coaches, etc. Enjoy this article and always keep learning... We’re in the age of gurus and experts. Create a platform large enough and you have a built-in calling card that screams listen to me, I know what I’m talking about. Not Read More
  • News from around the World - EME News (Feb 14, 2018)

    News from around the World - EME News (Feb 14, 2018)

    EME NEWS (FEB 14, 2018)   Will Lisek win the Tour before home crowd? TORUN (POL): IAAF World Indoor Tour fifth leg 4th Copernicus Cup is waiting for 5200 spectators who will follow the meet along with many more worldwide via IAAF stream. Home stars Kszczot, Lewandowski, Swoboda will be attacking top positions. Special is pole vault battle as Lisek leads the tour standings and the winner will be decided here, the same for triple jump as Stanek is already confirmed winner of shot put. Great depth in women 1500 m and as usual fast sprints with tough battles in Read More
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