Multiple head-to-heads between the world’s top two sprinters would be overkill
Alberto Salazar has shown that tweaking a runner’s technique can lead to better performances
Athletics Weekly’s editor picks his highlights from the London Olympics. In reverse order, they are…
UKA head coach Charles van Commenee may have ‘failed’ to reach his target of eight medals, but the GB team has rediscovered its mojo under his leadership and won the credibility contest in London 2012 with four golds
Here’s how to handle withdrawal symptoms as the Olympics draw to a close
Mo Farah’s meteoric rise demonstates to everyone – from would-be internationals to humble club runners – that amazing results are possible with hard work and application
A Turkish one-two in the women’s 1500m on Friday should have brought widespread joy, but instead it was met with cynical indifference
Rudisha? Bolt? Ennis? Farah? When we look back at London 2012 in 50 years’ time, who will we remember most?