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Colin’s comeback: Back on track Road Colin’s comeback: Back on track

Former GB international Colin McCourt talks about his track return and training in his latest blog post as he targets a sub-16:00 5km to avoid getting 17 tattoos

Colin’s comeback: Time flies when you’re having fun Road Colin’s comeback: Time flies when you’re having fun

Former GB international Colin McCourt offers advice as he continues to work towards a sub-16:00 5km to avoid getting 17 tattoos

GB ready for World Relays action Track & Field GB ready for World Relays action

Stuart Weir sets the scene for this weekend’s IAAF/BTC World Relays in Nassau, Bahamas

Steve Smythe’s 36 thoughts ahead of his 36th London Marathon Road Steve Smythe’s 36 thoughts ahead of his 36th London Marathon

Steve Smythe, who recently set a record 40-year span of sub-three-hour marathons, is running his 36th London Marathon on Sunday. […]

Colin’s comeback: Don’t give up on your dream Road Colin’s comeback: Don’t give up on your dream

Former GB international Colin McCourt on why ‘your only limit is you’

Colin’s comeback: Nothing to lose and everything to gain Road Colin’s comeback: Nothing to lose and everything to gain

In his latest blog post, former GB international Colin McCourt talks about why a positive mind and positive vibes give you a positive life

Colin’s comeback: Talking to the treadmill Road Colin’s comeback: Talking to the treadmill

Former GB international Colin McCourt on treadmill training and the importance of planning as he targets a sub-16:00 5km or risks getting 17 tattoos

How to save the World Cross Cross/Fell/Trail How to save the World Cross

AW’s editor suggests some ideas to revitalise an event that was once the greatest footrace on earth

Colin’s comeback: Enjoy the journey Road Colin’s comeback: Enjoy the journey

Former GB international Colin McCourt on feeling like Forrest Gump as he works towards a sub-16:00 5km

Colin’s comeback: Don’t be a ‘tomorrow’ person Road Colin’s comeback: Don’t be a ‘tomorrow’ person

In his fourth blog post, former GB international Colin McCourt explains why putting things off is a dangerous game to play, especially when you need to run a sub-16:00 5km or face getting 17 tattoos

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