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European Indoor Championships tickets on sale Track & Field European Indoor Championships tickets on sale

Organisers say ticket prices remain “affordable” in the hope of selling out and creating a good atmosphere

The only way is up for Isobel Pooley Track & Field The only way is up for Isobel Pooley

AW spoke with the recent UK high jump record-breaker whose career seems set to continue on its upward trajectory

Richard Browne targets sub-21 200m in 2015 Track & Field Richard Browne targets sub-21 200m in 2015

American sprinter also wants global golds to go with his world records

Coaching philosophy: David Rudisha and Colm O’Connell Track & Field Coaching philosophy: David Rudisha and Colm O’Connell

The training philosophy of David Rudisha and coach Colm O’Connell is looked at by Matt Long and David Lowes

Johnson-Thompson looking to ‘come back with a vengeance’ Track & Field Johnson-Thompson looking to ‘come back with a vengeance’

Heptathlete says her time out through injury could be a blessing in disguise as she looks ahead to her competitive return

Mo Farah runs British best, Mary Keitany clocks CR at Great North Run Road Mo Farah runs British best, Mary Keitany clocks CR at Great North Run

World, Olympic and European track champion becomes first British man to win Great North Run since 1985 as Kenya’s Keitany takes one second off Paula Radcliffe’s 11-year-old women’s course record

Athletes compete to be top of the class at Sainsbury’s School Games Track & Field Athletes compete to be top of the class at Sainsbury’s School Games

A round-up of Sainsbury’s School Games action in Manchester

Ohuruogu streets ahead as Turner runs final race at CityGames Road Ohuruogu streets ahead as Turner runs final race at CityGames

World 400m champ steps up to win intriguing 500m battle at Great North CityGames as Andy Turner runs his last 110m hurdles race before retirement

How to sprint (well into your 90s) Masters How to sprint (well into your 90s)

Masters athletics sensation Charles Eugster tells AW’s editor the secrets of his success

Respected coach John Le Masurier dies aged 97 Track & Field Respected coach John Le Masurier dies aged 97

Man who guided Mary Rand to the 1964 Olympic long jump title will be remembered for his laid-back yet hugely effective approach to coaching

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