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London win shows Mo Farah is ready for Rio Track & Field London win shows Mo Farah is ready for Rio

Olympic defence remains on the cards for the Briton after magnificent run over 5000m at Müller Anniversary Games

Five training tips from the man who created the 80/20 rule Track & Field Five training tips from the man who created the 80/20 rule

Stephen Seiler says 80% of a runner’s workouts should be done at a slow speed with 20% at medium to fast pace. Here are his five training tips related to this theory

Jenny Meadows: “It was the changing of the guards” Track & Field Jenny Meadows: “It was the changing of the guards”

World and European 800m medallist Jenny Meadows reflects on the final race of her competitive athletics career and her decision to retire

What happened to the English Schools Championships ‘class of 2006’? Track & Field What happened to the English Schools Championships ‘class of 2006’?

AW editor Jason Henderson discusses teenage drop-out rates in athletics following a fascinating investigation by Mel Watman who revisited 2006 English Schools results

Sanya Richards-Ross – a personal memory Track & Field Sanya Richards-Ross – a personal memory

Stuart Weir pays tribute to USA’s four-time Olympic gold medallist Sanya Richards-Ross who is set to soon hang up her spikes

British 400m form Track & Field British 400m form

Stuart Weir says the British trials for Rio are set to be fierce as Anyika Onuora and Seren Bundy-Davies reflect after their BAUHAUS-galan performances

GB Olympic dream team Track & Field GB Olympic dream team

With the Rio 2016 Games fast approaching, Athletics Weekly looks back over previous editions and presents the most fearsome British track and field squad of all time

The curse of lane two Track & Field The curse of lane two

Lee Rowley has looked back at the recent history of the Olympic 100m final and has noted something amiss

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

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