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Greatest marathon races Road Greatest marathon races

Will Cockerell wrote his book, The 50 Greatest Marathon Races of All Time, in 2006 and now, a decade later, he ponders how the top 20 might look today

Galaxy of stars attend Global Sports Communications Anniversary Track & Field Galaxy of stars attend Global Sports Communications Anniversary

Lord Coe and Haile Gebrselassie were among those attending the 30th anniversary of Jos Hermens’ management agency in the Netherlands

How to run a half-marathon Road How to run a half-marathon

Jenny Nesbitt marked her 13.1-mile debut with a win and offers advice for those tackling the distance

Portland 2016: Big and small Indoor Portland 2016: Big and small

While certain performances deservedly got the spotlight, Stuart Weir highlights two athletes who stepped up in Portland to make the most of their appearance on the global stage

Olympic Museum: Destination Rio Track & Field Olympic Museum: Destination Rio

Steve Smythe visited a new exhibition at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne which looks forward to the Rio Games

Jenny Nesbitt’s World University Cross Country experience Cross/Fell/Trail Jenny Nesbitt’s World University Cross Country experience

Team silver, and a frog! GB international Jenny Nesbitt blogs about the World University Cross Country Championships

Garrett Heath, the king of Holyrood Park Cross/Fell/Trail Garrett Heath, the king of Holyrood Park

Jason Henderson looks at the achievements of the American who has continued his winning ways at the Great Edinburgh XCountry, beating Mo Farah in the process

End of term report for British athletes Track & Field End of term report for British athletes

As we enter Olympic year, which are the strongest – and weakest – track and field events in the UK?

Why fell running is on the up Cross/Fell/Trail Why fell running is on the up

Fell running enthusiast William Gardner says his sport is booming while cross country is struggling and outlines his views on why

Why track attacks are almost as destructive as doping Track & Field Why track attacks are almost as destructive as doping

Athletes in a south-west corner of the UK could be left with nowhere to train as another track and field facility faces threat of closure

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