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European U18s get set for Gyor Track & Field European U18s get set for Gyor

Britain’s Max Burgin, Dominic Ogbechie and Keely Hodgkinson are among athletes competing at the four-day event in Hungary

Endurance training: Spice up your sessions Cross/Fell/TrailRoadTrack & Field Endurance training: Spice up your sessions

David Lowes explains why you need to add new ingredients to your run training to improve your performance

Max Burgin runs world age 15 800m best at BMC Grand Prix RoadTrack & Field Max Burgin runs world age 15 800m best at BMC Grand Prix

Teenager clocks stunning 1:47.50 at Manchester’s Sportcity, while Nick Goolab and Faye Fullerton win at Twilight 5k

How to treat Achilles tendon injuries Cross/Fell/TrailRoadTrack & Field How to treat Achilles tendon injuries

Two thirds of runners complain they suffer from Achilles tendon pain. Lauren Gowland reviews the best ways to treat it

GB teams gain gold and silver at IAU 50km World Championships Road GB teams gain gold and silver at IAU 50km World Championships

Amy Clements claims individual bronze to lead Britain’s women to team gold in Doha

Training: Enduring after-effects Long DistanceMiddle DistanceTrack & Field Training: Enduring after-effects

In the second part of his analysis of track preparation for middle-distance runners, David Lowes says maintaining endurance during the summer months is very important

Up the tempo Cross/Fell/TrailLong DistanceMiddle DistanceRoadTrack & Field Up the tempo

Level 4 endurance coach David Lowes gives advice on tempo running

Run cross-country Cross/Fell/Trail Run cross-country

If you haven’t run a cross-country race since your school days, now’s the time to get muddy, says Chris Donald

No change recommended for UK age groups Track & FieldYouth No change recommended for UK age groups

Consultation highlights concern with proposal of bringing UK age groups in line with those in place globally under IAAF rules

Worth your salt? RoadTrack & Field Worth your salt?

Although too much salt is bad for you, could too little harm your performance? Peta Bee reports

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