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18 Sep 2015

Salazar in the clear; Epstein digs deeper into steroid issue; Your JTG 5-A-Day

“NO REASON TO BE CONCERNED” ABOUT SALAZAR ACCUSATIONS UK Athletics (UKA) has found no evidence of wrongdoing by Mo Farah, nor any evidence of inappropriate input from the Nike Oregon Project into Farah’s training regimen, after completing an investigation into the practices of coach Alberto Salazar. More here. Athletes only

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18 Sep 2015

UK Athletics: “No reason to be concerned” about Salazar accusations

UK Athletics (UKA) has found no evidence of wrongdoing by Mo Farah, nor any evidence of inappropriate input from the Nike Oregon Project into Farah’s training regimen, after completing an investigation into the practices of coach Alberto Salazar. The investigation was launched after thereport by BBC/PropPublica which alleged that Salazar had used banned

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25 Aug 2015

Day 4 Video Roundup; Tuka Talks Breakthroughs; Your JTG 5-A-Day

Beijing Roundup: Day 4 A day of Kenyan dominance, in two events anyway, as we watched two titles go the way of the East-African men. David Rudisha made a triumphant return to global championships as he ran an immensely controlled race to take the 800m title. His teammate in the

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04 Aug 2015

Mo may be set for move as UK Athletics prepare for Salazar split

UK Athletics is expected to part ways with embattled coach Alberto Salazar after they publish their full report into allegations against the American coach, who has served as a consultant to the organisation for a number of years. Mo Farah is also expected to be advised by UKA to dump Salazar

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31 Jul 2015

Mo in the clear? UK Athletics says no evidence of wrongdoing

Following an investigation into its star athlete after allegations of doping swirled around his coach, Alberto Salazar, UK Athletics has said it found no evidence of illegal practices on behalf of Mo Farah. The governing body of the sport in Britain has said the investigation had not given “any reason to question

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02 Jul 2015

Gatlin gets Justice, Denners Diamond Dust Up, Dibaba V Ayana V Time :Your JTG 5 A DAY

Dibaba V Ayana v the World Record v Heatwave This Saturday we could see some sizzling performances in the heat of central Paris. the Diamond League is on and two unbeatable 5000m stars from Ethiopia go head to head and only one will come out with a 100% record. The

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01 Jul 2015

Blankenship looks beyond, Sowinski Supreme: JTG 5 A DAY

Ben Blankenship trying to move on Ben Blankenship finished an agonizing 4th in the USA trials, missing out after leading for most of the race. Blankenship, who trains with Irelands Ciaran O Lionaird, has had a break-out season but came up just short of making the USA team for the

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Leo Manzano has been top three at US Nationals a whopping ten times.
30 Jun 2015

De Grasse can handle it, PB’s With Symmonds, Manzano the Magnificent; JTG 5 A DAY

Andre De Grasse can’t fathom sudden stardom Andre De Grasse was a little known Canadian sprinter a few months ago but with his scintillating performances at the recent NCAA championships he is now being mentioned in the same breath as Usain Bolt. He won the NCAA 100m and 200m titles

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26 Jun 2015

Mo backs Salazar but British Athletics review continues

Mo Farah has decided to back Alberto Salazar and will continue to work with the American coach and the Oregon Project. “Following all the speculation I want to make it clear where I stand,” said Farah on Facebook. “Although it’s been a difficult time, I asked Alberto to respond to

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25 Jun 2015

Dissecting Salazar; Bolt out of trials; Claye looks to go platinum – JTG 5-A-Day

Salazar’s response analysed Alberto Salazar’s mammoth response to the allegations put against him have been analysed at length. We have two reads for you to begin with. The Telegraph have 7 things we learned from his open letter here. Sean Ingle of The Guardian, who has been one of those

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