Simon Essuman
20 May 2015

Podcast: Ghost town at AAI Games; Highgate hits the right note; Foster flies in Clermont

Part two of this week’s podcast reflects on the underwhelming AAI Games, where the atmosphere was distinctly lacking. In London, the atmosphere proved superb at the Highgate night of the 10,000m PBs as several Irish athletes took to the track. We hear from Liam Brady’s coach Rob Denmead and get

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Calib Ndiku, Photo by photorun.net
24 Dec 2014

Caleb’s record chase, Morton memories and AK on the take – JTG 5-A-Day

We’re on the eve of Christmas but there’s still plenty of good running stories to read when you get a chance to put the feet up or just want further distract yourself from sorting the presents. 1. Ndiku wants record and Mo in 2015 Calib Ndiku was one of the

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Coach Robert Denmead (Second from right)
21 Dec 2014

Coaching corner: a guide to gold

Recently there has been much discussion about whether young Irish and European distance athletes are training hard enough following an interview that Cathal Dennehy did with John Treacy. Ireland has only won three gold medals in the history of the European Junior Championships. In 2005 Colin Costello won the 1,500m

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17 Dec 2013

Robinson’s Route To The Top

Here’s to you Paul Robinson, an athlete who uprooted himself to the other side of the world in a bid to reach the top tier of international athletics. He talks about making tough decisions and what he’s sacrificed to try and challenge the world’s top milers. The latest Jumping the

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