James Thie’s blog couldn’t have worked out better – well perhaps some world M35 records but three world titles is not to be sniffed at. Jumping the Gun would like to give James a special thanks for blogging daily since last Tuesday. We hope our Eoin Callaghan’s, marathon blogger, adventure
Here’s James Thie’s blog on qualifying for the 1500m final to set up the triple crown at the World Masters Indoor Championships in the M35 category in Budapes. James Thie World masters Indoor Championships Final day of the finals…Thie for Three?????? 30th March Yesterday was a much more chilled out day
Wales may be lagging behind Ireland in the rugby this season but there is no stopping Welsh dynamo James Thie on the track in Budapest. He’s well on his way to a triple crown having won the 3,000m and 800m – he goes into Sunday’s 1500m as the fastest qualifier
We’re delighted that we have a world champion blogger on our team. In fact he is two-times over having won the M35 800m today in 1:53. James will now be targeting the 1500m to make it a hat-trick. Let’s find out how he won his first title – the 3,000m.
Blog 3, James Thie, World Masters Indoor Championships, Thursday 27th March, Race day & still on track! Race day! Long time in the waiting and was just grateful to be on the start line healthy and ready! In the morning I went out for an easy 10 minute jog and found
James Thie is back with his latest instalment. He’s already run his heat and won in 2:00.81. A great read all about his winter build-up for the championships. Blog 2. James Thie World Masters Indoor Championships March 25th Winter Build-up to Champs by James Thie Thanks for the positive response
We’re delighted that Welsh athletics legend James Thie has come on board for the week to write a blog for Jumping the Gun as he competes in the World Masters Indoor Championships. James is returning to the site of his best achievement when he finished 4th in the world indoors
We’re up a little later than usual but our latest podcast looks back on the World Indoor Championships in Sopot, Poland with some insightful interviews with the stars of the championship. Cathal Dennehy caught up with Nick Symmonds, Ayanleh Souleiman, Bernard Lagat and Caleb Ndiku. He spoke to them about
by Feidhlim Kelly The AIT International proved one thing: athletics, particularly indoors, is a fun and spectator friendly sport. Going down in the car to Athlone I was unsure about how the night would go. It looked like it was going to be a glorified training session for the Eatons.
Alberto Salazar had a bad day (or two) at the USA Track and Field Indoor Championships and we discuss his actions and multiple appeals which brought widespread condemnation from the athletics public. We ask whether or not the public lynching was justified. Former world indoor champion, Derval O’Rourke, wants to