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Christopher Kelsall

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Runner, writer, race director, coach, website-guy and Lydiard advocate.

Keith Livingstone Interview

© Copyright - 2009 - Athletics Illustrated Keith Livingstone from New Zealand recently published a new book about an old training method, written in today’s language. He has taken the famous training method of the late and incomparable Arthur Lydiard...

Greg McMillan Interview: Brett Gotcher’s 2:10:36 marathon debut preparations

© Copyright – 2010 - Athletics Illustrated Greg McMillan who operates adidas-McMillanElite in Flagstaff, Arizona — a post-collegiate training group for runners — is seeing significant returns from his athlete’s training efforts. He started the adidas-McMillanElite program nearly three years...

Nobuya “Nobby” Hashizume Interview

© Copyright - 2008 - Athletics Illustrated The legend and the legacy of Arthur Lydiard is alive and well. Perhaps the method he developed over a 50 year period is more popular today than when he coached Olympians directly or...

The Rod Dixon Interview

The Rod Dixon interview by Christopher Kelsall of Athletics Illustrated

The Sir Richard Branson Interview

© Copyright - 2008 - Athletics Illustrated Sir Richard Branson, entrepreneur, adventurer and founder of the Virgin Group of companies, is delighted to be a part of the London Marathon, so-much-so that he signed one of his business ventures, Virgin...

Entry: 2011 Daegu – IAAF World Track and Field Championshops

CLICK TWICE TO ENLARGE   Note: the entry standards for the 10,000m, Marathon, Combined Events, Race Walks and Relays were approved by the IAAF Council in March 2010. ENTRY RULES Each Member is entitled to enter two, three or four athletes per event (see below...

Entry Standards: 2009 IAAF World Track and Field Championships

ENTRY RULES Each Member is entitled to enter two, three or four athletes per event, as follows: - 1, 2, 3 or 4 athletes with "A" standard; - 1 athlete with the "B" and 1, 2 or 3 athletes with the "A" standard; in both...
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