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Coaching Athletics Quarterly

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  • Get up to speed

    Get up to speed

    Peta Bee hears some expert advice on how you can train yourself to get faster Speed is of the essence but, if you aren’t blessed with the genes of a sprinter, how do you pick up your pace? Speed work and training methods designed to improve power and sprint technique are invaluable when it comes to improvement of running times and overall performance. And, while we aren’t all destined to run 100m at top speed, we are all capable of getting faster. Here, we ask the experts how to do it: Read More
  • News from around the World - EME News (Nov 21, 2017)

    News from around the World - EME News (Nov 21, 2017)

    EME NEWS (NOV 21, 2017)   New male AOY MONACO (MON): On Friday a new male IAAF Athlete of the Year will be announced. From the three finalists Wayde Van Niekerk, Mo Farah and Mutaz Essa Barshim no one so far had this title won. It is also marking a post Bolt era. The Jamaican sprinter won this award since 2008 six times. Interestingly a high jumper also never got the award (the celebrations started in 1988), last time a long distance runner got it was in 2005 by Kenenisa Bekele and a 400 m champion was the winner last time in Read More
  • News from around the World - EME News (Nov 20, 2017)

    News from around the World - EME News (Nov 20, 2017)

    EME NEWS (NOV 20, 2017)   IAAF Awards on Friday MONACO (MON): The attention of the athletics world will shift to Monaco this week as the Mediterranean Principality prepares to host the IAAF Athletics Awards 2017, the annual celebration honouring the world's best athletes. Nearly 80 of the world's best athletes will gather to help celebrate the past year and to meet with members of the media who will also assemble to cover the numerous events that will be taking place. Some of the athletes expected include recently-minted world champions Mutaz Barshim, Ekaterini Stefanidi, Yulimar Rojas, Elijah Manangoi, Hellen Obiri, Luvo Read More
  • Ethiopian double success at the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2017

    Ethiopian double success at the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2017

    (photos: Procam International} - Leonard Korir ran 59:52 for third fastest half marathon ever by an American - Ethiopian runners Berhanu Legese and Almaz Ayana took the honours at the 13th edition of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon – and the 10th anniversary of Airtel as the title sponsor of the prestigious race – crossing the line in the Indian city’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in 59:46 and 1:07:11 respectively to take US$27,000 first prize cheques on Sunday (19). Read More
  • News from around the World - EME News (Nov 19, 2017)

    News from around the World - EME News (Nov 19, 2017)

    EME NEWS (NOV 19, 2017) Ayana with great HM debut DELHI (IND, Nov 19): World 10,000m record-holder Almaz Ayana claimed victory on her half marathon debut at the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon in 67:11, leading an Ethiopian clean sweep ahead of Ababel Yeshaneh (67:19) and Netsanet Gudeta (67:24). Former world marathon silver medallist Helah Kiprop was fourth in 68:07, one place ahead of reigning champion Worknesh Degefa from Ethiopia (68:09). Loganathan Suriya was the top home finisher in eighth in 70:29, breaking the Indian record by 33 seconds. In the men’s race, Berhanu Legese (59:46) and Andamlak Belihu (59:51) took Read More
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