I wrote about Seven Strides for the First 10 meters back in 2010, where most sprinters reached 10 meters on their 7th step. Of course, the
Alan Oliveira runs 10.57 100m WR – Should We Worry?
At the London Sainsbury's Anniversary Games last Sunday, Alan Oliveira ran a 10.57 100m WR on the fast London MondoTrack. (I missed this race as
London Anniversary Games.. Thoughts, Highlights, and…
Emotions… how was I going to feel returning to the London Olympic stadium one year later? The track is the same but with no Olympic flame and
6 Reasons Why Kim Collins is Clean
I got a lot of slack in my article last week when I agreed with Victor Conte’s assessment that 60% of the top 16 in the world were using some kind of
SHIN SPLINTS REDUX – The Guy Nobody Could Beat
This new series is guest blogged by Doug Logan. Doug Logan was the CEO for USATF from 2008 until September 2010. He was also the CEO, President
Aries Merritt and Andreas Behm: Getting to the Top vs Staying on Top
I’ve always stated that getting to the top is a lot EASIER that staying on top. So what do you do when you are the Olympic Gold medalists AND the
400m Race Secrets: First 60, Last 60
Out of the blocks, how hard do you run the first part of your 400 meters? I usually run 40 meters, then relax. For younger athletes, I put a
Alan Oliveira WR 20.66 – Should he Run in Able-Bodied Olympics?
Alan Oliveira ran a world record 20.66 for 200 meters (see video below at the end of this post). Before I get to my point, I want to rewind to my
Jimson Lee Speaks Out on The War on Drugs
Earlier this week, I did an interview for Simone Proietti on the Italian website http://www.atleticanet.it/ I am attaching the English version below.