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Brilliant battles over the barriers Track & Field Brilliant battles over the barriers

Stuart Weir looks at the current strength in the women’s 100m hurdles

A runner’s view: eating disorders in athletics Track & Field A runner’s view: eating disorders in athletics

On World Eating Disorders Action Day, two-time English Schools 3000m gold medallist Sophia Parvizi-Wayne writes about how the pressures of the athletics world can take their toll when it comes to body image

Running 25 laps of the track Track & Field Running 25 laps of the track

Jenny Nesbitt reflects on her Highgate Harriers Night of the 10,000m PBs experience

Family first for ageless wonder Kim Collins Track & Field Family first for ageless wonder Kim Collins

As 40-year-old reaches career home straight, he says missing his missus is much tougher than age-related aches and injuries

Street smart: A love of urban athletics Track & Field Street smart: A love of urban athletics

Stuart Weir shares his thoughts on the success of the Great CityGames

Stef Reid joins the blade debate Track & Field Stef Reid joins the blade debate

The Paralympic, world and European long jump medallist says the wrong question is being asked when it comes to the use of prosthetic running blades in athletics

Kenya diary – 48 hours in Iten Road Kenya diary – 48 hours in Iten

Sports scientist and running enthusiast Colin Thomas shares an extract of his diary from a trip to Kenya

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

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