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Coach insight – James Thie Track & Field Coach insight – James Thie

Fourth in the 2004 World Indoor Championships over 1500m and with a PB of 3:37.06, James Thie is now one of the UK’s leading coaches

Training with Harry Aikines-Aryeetey… Grass runs Track & Field Training with Harry Aikines-Aryeetey… Grass runs

The world, European and Commonwealth medallist shares his programme for a light grass runs training session

Coach insight – Matt Yates Track & Field Coach insight – Matt Yates

A new series turns the focus on the UK’s top coaches to find out the secrets of their success. We kick off with former European indoor 1500m champion Matt Yates, who is rapidly making his mark as a coach

Is overtraining to blame for youth dropout in athletics? Track & Field Is overtraining to blame for youth dropout in athletics?

Continuing AW’s investigation into alarming dropout rates, Robert Mann reports on his study to find out why it’s happening

High jump technique: Balanced approach Track & Field High jump technique: Balanced approach

Keeping head and neck in balance plays a crucial role in a successful high jump run-up, as Dr Sean Carey explains

Middle-distance running: No speed limits Track & Field Middle-distance running: No speed limits

The ability to run fast at the end of a middle-distance race is a handy weapon to have, writes coach David Lowes

Mara Yamauchi’s training advice – get back to basics Road Mara Yamauchi’s training advice – get back to basics

Britain’s second quickest female marathoner in history, Mara Yamauchi, urges runners not to overcomplicate their training

On the couch: Keep motivation in check Cross/Fell/Trail On the couch: Keep motivation in check

The relationship between your ‘need to achieve’ and your ‘fear of failure’ will ultimately dictate your success as an athlete. Professor Greg Whyte reveals how to keep motivation in check

Coach burnout Track & Field Coach burnout

It isn’t just athletes who can crumble under the pressure of training and competing – it can happen to coaches, too, as Dr Josephine Perry reports

Club night – Serpentine Running Club Road Club night – Serpentine Running Club

Serpentine Running Club bounced back from near extinction in the 1990s to become the largest athletics club in the country, says Ruth Jones

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