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5 reasons to give trail running a try Cross/Fell/Trail 5 reasons to give trail running a try

Peta Bee looks at the benefits running off-road can bring

Analysis: London 2017 women’s pole vault Track & Field Analysis: London 2017 women’s pole vault

In the final part of our review of IAAF findings, we report on the biomechanical analysis of the women’s world pole vault competition in London

Strength and conditioning: Hammerobics Track & Field Strength and conditioning: Hammerobics

A study claims that exercises simulating a hammer throw are essential for improvement in the event, as Peta Bee reports

Analysis: Stride length was key for Mo Farah in world 10,000m final Track & Field Analysis: Stride length was key for Mo Farah in world 10,000m final

Sports scientists from Leeds Beckett University studied every detail of the men’s world 10,000m final in London and Peta Bee reports on their initial findings

Women win in stamina tests Road Women win in stamina tests

Women outlast men in dynamic muscle trials

Athlete nutrition: Use your diet as a defence against seasonal infection Cross/Fell/Trail Athlete nutrition: Use your diet as a defence against seasonal infection

With winter around the corner it is time to stoke up your immune system by consuming the right foods, says Peta Bee

The blackcurrant boost Track & Field The blackcurrant boost

Blackcurrant extract is the latest fruit-based supplement with performance-boosting benefits, as Anita Bean explains

Athlete health: Prepare to travel Road Athlete health: Prepare to travel

The impact of travel on performance is a growing focus of research for sports scientists. Peta Bee reports on their latest findings

Analysis: Marginal gains and the men’s discus final at London 2017 Track & Field Analysis: Marginal gains and the men’s discus final at London 2017

In the second part of our review of IAAF findings, we report on the biomechanical analysis of the men’s discus final at the London World Championships

Psychology: Learn to thrive Track & Field Psychology: Learn to thrive

Making it to the top is one thing, thriving on the pressure it can bring is another. Peta Bee reports on new findings

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