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Jo Pavey and Greg Rutherford are BAWA athletes of the year Track & Field Jo Pavey and Greg Rutherford are BAWA athletes of the year

European champions among those to receive recognition at British Athletics Writers’ Association awards in London

Mo Farah to compete at Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix IndoorTrack & Field Mo Farah to compete at Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix

Double Olympic, world and European champion looking for a strong start to 2015 at February event

Mo Farah shows support for North London Half Marathon Road Mo Farah shows support for North London Half Marathon

Double Olympic, world and European champion named as ambassador and race starter for 2015 event

A workshop with Alberto Salazar RoadTrack & Field A workshop with Alberto Salazar

Coach Alberto Salazar was at a workshop in Birmingham recently and his views are shared by Matt Long and David Lowes

Chance of incomplete senior GB teams at world cross down to cash Cross/Fell/Trail Chance of incomplete senior GB teams at world cross down to cash

UKA’s head of endurance says budget issues are behind decision to only send seniors with top 30 potential to Guiyang in March

World cross set to be no man’s land for Brits Cross/Fell/Trail World cross set to be no man’s land for Brits

UKA’s policy to only take senior athletes with top 30 potential to the 2015 World Cross Country Championships is short-sighted and defeatist

Farah and Johnson-Thompson among European award nominees Track & FieldYouth Farah and Johnson-Thompson among European award nominees

Pair nominated for inaugural Golden Tracks awards for European athletes of the year and rising stars respectively

Science in sport Cross/Fell/TrailIndoorMastersRoadTrack & FieldYouth Science in sport

Do sport scientists know much about science but little about sport? Eleanor Jones discusses

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 geared up for Great North Run Road Athletes geared up for Great North Run

Mo Farah hopes to become first British men’s winner since 1985, while strong women’s field includes Tirunesh Dibaba and Edna Kiplagat

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