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Dick Quax Interview

© Copyright - 2014 - Athletics Illustrated Legendary New Zealand distance runner, Dick Quax, competed at an international level in distances from as short as...

Yuki Kawauchi Interview

Translation by: Yuichi Takahashi © Copyright - 2014 - Athletics Illustrated Yuki Kawauchi is known as the “citizen runner,” for training and racing at a world-class...

Fartlek and Low Things in West Auckland – Part 8

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated The long-awaited part eight of Fartlek and Low Things in West Auckland. Written in Commonwealth English, if you...

Lydiard’s Running Wizard – Launched

© Copyright - 2012 - Athletics Illustrated Last January, in an interview with Nobby Hashizume to announce an interactive online training program, I asked, “do...

High mileage and low injury rate – preparing the modern runner for Lydiard

Copyright - 2012 - Athletics Illustrated By Rene Borq Injury rates in runners for the past 60 years make depressing reading for any runner and I...

Renato Canova, Arthur Lydiard Roundtable – Champions Everywhere

Are Canova and Lydiard essentially based on the same underlying principles? Colin Livingstone: Canova is singing out of the same hymn sheet but does not...

Dr. Peter Snell, Olympic Gold Medalist

Running Times Magazine wrote a great article on Sir Peter Snell. Track fans probably know well that he broke several world records in middle...

Lydiard Basics

Join in the Arthur Lydiard discussion here.   © Copyright - 2012 - Athletics Illustrated Arthur Lydiard of New Zealand was a pioneer in the sport of...

Keith Livingstone

© Copyright - 2012 - Athletics Illustrated Keith Livingstone from New Zealand published a new book about an old training method, written in today’s language....

The Power of the Foot

© Copyright - 2011- Athletics Illustrated One of the most over-looked pieces of the training puzzle by runners that compete over a range of distances...