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Win a copy of AW’s ‘Review of 2016’ bookazineNovember 16, 2016
Name the athletes in this fun short video for your chance to win one of five copies of our 2016 review bookazine, each worth £9.99
How well do you know your British Olympians?
Check out this fun ‘clash of champions’ video and tell us the names of the two former athletes from the 1970s – one an Olympic 10,000m bronze medallist and the other the 1974 Commonwealth 400m hurdles gold medallist – battling it out over the barrier, as well as the name of the former world 5000m record-holder providing the commentary, for your chance to win a copy of our ‘Review of 2016’ bookazine.
We’ve got a total of five bookazines up for grabs, with the winners to be randomly selected from the list of correct entries.
AW’s ‘Review of 2016’ is a 120-page bookazine featuring in-depth coverage of the past year’s action as well as a look ahead to 2017 including interviews with key names from the sport.
On sale December 1, the bookazine will cover:
• Great Edinburgh Cross Country
• Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix
• National Cross Countries (Scotland & England)
• World Indoors
• London Marathon
• British Championships / Olympic Trials
• European Championships
• Anniversary Games
• World Junior Championships
• Rio 2016 Olympics And Paralympics
• Diamond League Review
Plus a look ahead to 2017
How to enter
For your chance to win one of five ‘Review of 2016’ bookazines, simply log in (and then refresh this page) or register below and provide the details requested together with your answers in a form which will appear once you are logged in and the page has been refreshed. You must be a registered user of the site to enter (it’s free to register and takes just a few moments).
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This competition closes at midnight on Sunday November 27, 2016.
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