Steve Cram's training inside
06 Aug 2015

How did Steve Cram run 3.46 for the Mile?

The British and European record for the mile has lasted 30 years. On July 27, 1985 Steve Cram ran a staggering 3:46.32 for the mile taking a full second off Sebastian Coe’s World Record. Athletics Weekly has an excellent article on Cram’s development and coaching principles. Cram focused on steady

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22 Jun 2015

Cram Defends Farah; A to Z of the USA Champs; Your JTG 5-A-Day

A-Z of the US Championships The US Championships, and trials for the Worlds in Beijing, take place in Oregon on June 25-28. Kevin Sully has put together a hefty preview of the meet looking at the A-Z’s of all involved. Read the full preview piece here Steve Cram puts a

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Matt Yates
29 May 2015

Interview: Forgotten hero Yates lifts the lid on a golden era of British miling (part one)

by Jack Corbett Former British 800m and 1500m stalwart Matthew Yates is the last British athlete to be ranked in the top 10 for the 1500 (1993 & 1994) and one of a great line of milers preceded by the likes of Coe, Ovett, Elliott and Cram who no doubt

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15 Dec 2014

The Euro Cross Conundrum; lots of questions, few answers

Something needs to change, or this event will soon become irrelevant The European Cross Country Championships is 20 years old this year, and the question on many people’s minds as they watched three athletes born and bred in East Africa dominate the senior men’s race on Sunday was this: will

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