1. Farah Photographed With Doper Driouch Mo Farah’s keeping himself in the news for all the wrong reasons these days. This time around he has been spotted training with convicted doper Hamza Driouch. Farah has also been pictured sharing a meal with the Qatari. Full story here. 2. Willis
John Walker celebrates his 63rd birthday today. The New Zealander was the first man to break the 3:50 barrier (3:59.4) in the mile and then went on to win the 1500m at the Olympic Games in Montreal in 1976. Below is video footage of Walker’s mile record run and Olympic
1. Edinburgh no-show for Mo Mo Farah has withdrawn from this weekend’s Edinburgh cross country after suffering from a bout of flu over Christmas. He’s playing it safe with the world championships in Beijing in mind, and the small matter of defending his 5000m/1000m titles. Read more here 2.
This is part two of Delany’s story and is taken from PJ Browne, The Villanova/Irish, 1950-2015. It will be published as an ebook in the Spring of 2015. Part one can be found here. Preparing For Melbourne How important was Jumbo Elliott to the Olympic success of Ron Delany? It’s
On 19 December 1956, Ron Delany finally returned to Ireland with his Olympic Gold medal. This is part one of his story and is taken from PJ Browne, The Villanova/Irish, 1950-2015. It will be published as an ebook in the Spring of 2015. Ron Delany Ron Delaney’s career at Villanova
1. RIO 2016 There will be finals in every session of the 2016 Olympics in Rio. This means that track and field medals will be decided in the morning and afternoon sessions, as well as the 5 road events. The three walking events, as well as the marathons, men’s triple jump, Women’s