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Rob Ford, Keith Butler and Canadian Olympic Competition

Rob Ford, Keith Butler and Canadian Olympic Competition

betzseason369 July 21, 2012 0

By Andrew Maloney © Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated Rob Ford’s New Perspective As nice as it is to see Toronto mayor Rob Ford finally stop bashing the city’s hosting of the Pan-American Games and finally

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Classy Cameron Levins – NCAA Division 1, 10,000m Champion

Classy Cameron Levins – NCAA Division 1, 10,000m Champion

Christopher Kelsall June 7, 2012 1

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated Cameron Levins of Black Creek, British Columbia (on Vancouver Island) is one of the classiest athletes in the NCAA. He also became the first student to win a

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Simon Bairu – Achieving Standard

Simon Bairu – Achieving Standard

Christopher Kelsall April 13, 2012 0

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated Canadian 10,000m record holder Simon Bairu, is in no way a shoe-in to represent Canada at the 2012 London Olympic Games, but I wouldn’t bet against him. Saturday, April

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

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

Christopher Kelsall March 25, 2012 2

Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated By Rene Borq Injury rates in runners for the past 60 years make depressing reading for any runner and I doubt there are many coaches out there who have not

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Renato Canova, Arthur Lydiard Roundtable – Champions Everywhere

Renato Canova, Arthur Lydiard Roundtable – Champions Everywhere

Christopher Kelsall February 16, 2012 0

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 realise it. Much the same as Cerutty and Lydiard and

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How to Preserve your Relationship when Training with a Member of the Opposite Sex

How to Preserve your Relationship when Training with a Member of the Opposite Sex

Christopher Kelsall February 1, 2012 0

By Brandon Laan This is not a lecture, rather a gentle reminder. It is no secret that training groups are a breeding ground for budding relationships. One can spend upwards of two hours a day

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The Power of the Foot

The Power of the Foot

Christopher Kelsall December 21, 2011 1

© Copyright – 2011- Athletics Illustrated One of the most over-looked pieces of the training puzzle by runners that compete over a range of distances up to ultra-marathons is the strengthening of the foot and

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Cross-country Respect – Where is it?

Cross-country Respect – Where is it?

Christopher Kelsall September 30, 2011 0

© Copyright – 2008 – Athletics Illustrated Frankly, it surprises me to no end why women are not waving their collective fists in the air, voices united in song, harmoniously belting out the chorus to

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