JTG 5-A-Day

Edinburgh Cross, Altitude, Obstacles for Boston your JTG 5-A-DAY

1. Canada can be “Unbroken” too

Canada’s own unbroken story has come to light. Johnny Loaring a hurdler and war veteran has a similar story of heroism. Read more here
2. The science behind Altitude

Altitude born runners have an advantage in long distance events. Well Duh. Heres how
3. Edinburgh Cross Country Review

Full round-up of the cross country held today including all the american success. Read it here
4. The obstacles facing Boston

All the obstacles facing Boston’s Olympic Bid can be read here
5. Edinburgh Review JTG Style

Cathal Dennehy reports from Edinburgh. Read his hogwash here

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Ronan Duggan

Ronan Duggan

Ronan Duggan is an athlete, coach, athletics fan and, most importantly, was once named Bandon AFC's under-12 Player of the Year. He was once a promising athlete but is now a promising coach, teacher and part-time athletics writer/broadcaster. While an 800m runner himself, Ronan has coached everything from pole vault to 10km with varying levels of bluffing. He has regularly been threatening to do something for years but is yet to deliver. He is regarded as our expert on the American running scene, though has yet, to prove his knowledge in this realm.

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