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Exciting line ups for the middle-distance track events at the Doha Diamond League meeting this Friday! The View from Kenya.

RunBlogRun - Tue, 05/01/2018 - 14:29
The 2018 Diamond League opens up on Friday, May 4. Here's our friend from Kenya, Justin Lagat, speaking on all things middle distance and some of the excitement coming in Doha. Helen Obiri, photo by PhotoRun.net... Justin Lagat http://www.kenyanathlete.com

2018 Doha DL Diary: A preview on Doha, Qatar, opening of 2018 Diamond League

RunBlogRun - Tue, 05/01/2018 - 08:44
If I am not going to be at an event, either Stuart Weir or Cathal Dennehy will be there. This time, Stuart Weir is covering the opening for the Diamond League 2018 season. Here is Stuart Weir's first article on... Stuart Weir http://www.veritesport.org/

2018 HOKA ONE ONE RunBlogRun Spring Training, 800m-5000m, week 16,day 2, Tuesday is track day!

RunBlogRun - Tue, 05/01/2018 - 06:29
This type of workout gets some fatigue going, then, encourages you to finish fast. Your big races the rest of the season can be decided in the last few strides. Will you be there at the end of the race?... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

2018 HOKA ONE ONE RunBlogRun Spring Training, 800m-5000m, week 16,day 2, Tuesday is track day!

RunBlogRun - Tue, 05/01/2018 - 06:29
This type of workout gets some fatigue going, then, encourages you to finish fast. Your big races the rest of the season can be decided in the last few strides. Will you be there at the end of the race?... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

2018 Doha Diary: Eunice Sum is stepping up to the 1,500 meters

RunBlogRun - Mon, 04/30/2018 - 20:33
Eunice Sum, photo by PhotoRun.net DOHA (QAT): 2013 world 800m champion Eunice Sum is looking forward to stepping up to 1500m at the opening Diamond League meeting in Doha. She told Xinhua: "So far I am in top form. I... Alfonz Juck http://www.topathletics.org/

Reebok Floatride Run, Available Now! (May 1, 2018)

RunBlogRun - Mon, 04/30/2018 - 18:26
Reebok Floatride Run, Men's color wave, New from Reebok! photo by The Shoe Addicts. Those who read this column on a daily basis keep up with the changes going on in our sport and the business of our sport. We... The Shoe Addicts http://theshoeaddicts.tumblr.com/

2018 Doha Diary: Johannes Vetter wants to surpass his PB of 94.44 meters!

RunBlogRun - Mon, 04/30/2018 - 16:20
Johannes Vetter, photo by PhotoRun.net DOHA (QAT): World javelin champion Johannes Vetter is confident he can surpass his PB of 94.44m in the javelin, informs European Athletics. "When I threw the 94.44m, I had no wind and I know when... Alfonz Juck http://www.topathletics.org/

Over 3000 youths set for Gymnasiade 2018 in Morocco (from Athletics Africa)

RunBlogRun - Mon, 04/30/2018 - 14:22
The Gymnasiade 2018, has over 3000 youths competing in Morocco this coming week, May 4 to May 7. Here's the story from our friends at Athletics Africa, a very fine site, which we encourage you to check out for all... RBR Admin http://www.runblogrun.com/

2018 Doha Diary: Ramil Guliyev leads most excellent 200 meters

RunBlogRun - Mon, 04/30/2018 - 12:27
Ramil Guliyev, photo by PhotoRun.net DOHA (QAT): World champion Ramil Guliyev headlines an excellent 200m field for the Doha Diamond League on 4 May. Guliyev will face opposition from world bronze medallist and recently crowned Commonwealth champion Jereem Richards from... Alfonz Juck http://www.topathletics.org/

Berlino, the official mascot of the Berlin 2018 European Athletics Champs is back! (August 7-12, 2018)

RunBlogRun - Mon, 04/30/2018 - 09:07
European Athletics has been doing some very smart things for their member federations over the past three years, under their President Sven Arne Hansen. Building consensus, and looking for ways to innovate, Hansen has encouraged the member federations to look... Race Results Weekly http://www.raceresultsweekly.com

2018 HOKA ONE ONE RunBlogRun Spring Training, 800m-5000m, week 16,day 1, Monday has 300 meter cut downs

RunBlogRun - Mon, 04/30/2018 - 06:19
300 meter cut downs are one of my favorite workouts. The idea is to get faster and faster. This type of workout gives you confidence in your leg speed and your racing. HOKA ONE ONE is the sponsor, year long... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

2018 Penn Relays Diary: USA Wins 5 out of 6 at USA vs. World Relays

RunBlogRun - Sun, 04/29/2018 - 23:52
It's #PennRelays week! Here's your first look at the cover of the 2018 program, featuring a frenzied exchange from last year's record-breaking high school boys 4x400 Championship of America. A post shared by Penn Relays (@pennrelays) on Apr 23,... Alfonz Juck http://www.topathletics.org/

Sandi Morris, 4.88 meters, Ryan Crouser, 22.01 meters, lead 109th Drake Relays

RunBlogRun - Sun, 04/29/2018 - 20:50
Ryan Crouser, photo by Mike Deering for The Shoe Addicts, 2017 USATF Outdoor Sandi Morris 488, Ryan Crouser 22.01 lead Drake Relays DES MOINES (USA, Apr 28): Ryan Crouser won the shot put in his season debut with excellent 22.01... Alfonz Juck http://www.topathletics.org/

TEENAGER KIPRUTO SETS 27:08 10-K ALL-COMERS RECORD AT UAE HEALTHY KIDNEY 10-K, from Race Results Weekly, used with permission

RunBlogRun - Sun, 04/29/2018 - 18:24
Rhonex KIpruto wins the UAE Healthy Kidney 10-K, photo by PhotoRun.net Beza Diriba wins the UAE Healthy Kidney 10-K, photo by PhotoRun.net The UAE Healthy Kidney Run 10-K was held on Sunday, April 29, 2018. The 10k through Central Park... Race Results Weekly http://www.raceresultsweekly.com

Peter Norman, bronze medalist, 1968 Olympic 200 meters, finally recognized for his support of racial equality

RunBlogRun - Sun, 04/29/2018 - 16:16
Peter Norman, Tommie Smith, John Carlos, photo from IOC CANBERRA (AUS): Peter Norman, the Australian sprinter who shared the podium with the two "black power salute" athletes at the 1968 Olympics, has received a posthumous Order of Merit from... Alfonz Juck http://www.topathletics.org/

The physiology of the cold: Why might women out-‘survive’ men?

The Science of Sport - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 01:31
Boston 2018 was one for the archives. A brutally cold, wet and windy day made for incredible, unpredictable elite races, and a whole lot of DNFs! There's a theory that women did better in this regard than men, and this post explores cold physiology, and what factors MIGHT explain why women MIGHT be able to handle the extreme cold better than men The Science of Sport - Scientific comment and analysis of sports and sporting performance

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2018 Boston Marathon: Live splits and coverage

The Science of Sport - Mon, 04/16/2018 - 08:51
Welcome to my live coverage of the 2018 Boston Marathon, where I'll post splits, projections and thoughts as both races develop. The Science of Sport - Scientific comment and analysis of sports and sporting performance

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Sudden Cardiac Death in Athletes – a brief overview

The Science of Sport - Wed, 04/11/2018 - 03:07
Sudden cardiac death is a spectre that looms over sport. When apparently healthy and fit athletes die during sport, it triggers questions and grief. The latest such case is that of Michael Goolaerts, a Belgian pro-cyclist who died during the 2018 Paris-Roubaix. This video provides an overview of the prevalence, possible causes, and challenges facing prevention. The Science of Sport - Scientific comment and analysis of sports and sporting performance

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Pacing physiology and the limit to performance: A #fourminute mull

The Science of Sport - Thu, 02/15/2018 - 13:39
The latest four minute mull explores pacing strategies, physiology and fatigue. In so doing, I offer a theory for the limits to human performance existing at the point where the "reserve" that physiology maintains is no more, the endspurt disappears, and humans are at the limits of what is physiologically possible. The Science of Sport - Scientific comment and analysis of sports and sporting performance

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Team Sky and Marginal Games

The Science of Sport - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 02:51
UKAD sent a scathing letter to British Cycling, outlining a series of improper and sub standard processes and governance issues in the aftermath of their Jiffy Bag Investigation. The letter shatters the illusion of Marginal gains by the most professional, well run team in cycling, while the inaction by UKAD despite all the problems reveals the impotence of anti-doping bodies. The Science of Sport - Scientific comment and analysis of sports and sporting performance

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