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My killer session – Mara Yamauchi Road My killer session – Mara Yamauchi

Former international marathoner Mara Yamauchi shares the killer session she undertook before running the second fastest time ever by a British woman

Athlete insight – Andrew Pozzi Track & Field Athlete insight – Andrew Pozzi

Andrew Pozzi tells Eilish McColgan how he got back to his best this year after several injury-hit seasons

Athlete insight – Sarah McDonald Track & Field Athlete insight – Sarah McDonald

2016 has seen Sarah McDonald knock 10 seconds off her 1500m PB and she told AW what led to the improvement

Athlete insight – Seb Rodger Track & Field Athlete insight – Seb Rodger

After becoming the British 400m hurdles champion in June, Seb Rodger went on to gain selection for the Rio Olympics and he told AW how he got there

My killer session – Dame Kelly Holmes Track & Field My killer session – Dame Kelly Holmes

In 2004, Kelly Holmes won double Olympic gold at the end of a career that had already included an Olympic bronze in 2000 and she gave AW an insight into the training programme that took her to the height of her powers

Athlete insight – Jake Wightman Track & Field Athlete insight – Jake Wightman

A big track mile PB of 3:54.20 plus a win at the Great North CityGames saw Jake Wightman’s 2016 end on a high after the disappointment of not making the team for Rio

My killer session – Susan Tooby Road My killer session – Susan Tooby

Susan Tooby (now Wightman) told Ruth Jones about the training that led to her record-breaking performance at the 1988 Great North Run

Athlete insight – Rachel Wallader Track & Field Athlete insight – Rachel Wallader

In 2016, Rachel Wallader’s shot performances have been the best by a Briton for 15 years. Eilish McColgan caught up with her to talk work life, training and why she loves competing at Bedford

My killer session – David Hemery Track & Field My killer session – David Hemery

David Hemery gives AW an insight into the training that saw him bring back 400m hurdles gold in a world record time of 48.12 from the 1968 Olympics

Athlete insight – Rob Mullett Track & Field Athlete insight – Rob Mullett

Britain’s fastest steeplechaser in years is silencing the event’s critics with world-class performances, writes Ruth Jones

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