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Sub-4 fever Track & Field Sub-4 fever

AW’s editor looks ahead excitedly to the 60th anniversary of Roger Bannister’s first sub-four-minute mile

Eilidh Child guest blog Track & Field Eilidh Child guest blog

European indoor relay gold medallist Eilidh Child on being named as GB team captain for the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Sopot this weekend

A day in the life of… Katharine Merry Track & Field A day in the life of… Katharine Merry

The 2000 Olympic 400m bronze medallist explains how she enjoys life on the other side of the camera post-retirement

The unbeatable world records Track & Field The unbeatable world records

It has been quite some month in terms of world records being broken, but what are likely to be the safest global marks in the near future?

My Run Happy story: Alex Snook Cross/Fell/Trail My Run Happy story: Alex Snook

As the first winner in our Brooks competition series, Alex Snook explains what makes her Run Happy

A day in the life of… Lesley Bryant Track & Field A day in the life of… Lesley Bryant

The first in a new series, former English discus record-holder Lesley Bryant explains what keeps her busy now she has retired from competing

Cross country for the Winter Olympics Cross/Fell/Trail Cross country for the Winter Olympics

10 reasons why cross country running should have been in the Sochi 2014 programme

Memo to Michael Gove Cross/Fell/Trail Memo to Michael Gove

Government advice for schoolteachers to use running as a punishment is amazingly off the mark

Pidgeon flies the athletics nest Track & Field Pidgeon flies the athletics nest

Is Emily Pidgeon’s retirement a tale of frustration and unfulfilled talent? Or, as AW’s editor believes, is it a career that should be celebrated for everything that she did win?

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