Jared Deacon is currently the UKA Development Coach for Sprints and Hurdles at Loughborough High Performance Centre. I never met Jared, but
There comes a (sad) time when an aging or “not so successful” 400m sprinter decides to move up to the 800m. Usually it’s the coach who decides this.
This article may be trivia to Americans, but beneficial to the rest of the World who are not familiar with the Imperial system. You’ve seen the
LRC Brain Teaser asks: How is Bolt's 200m WR almost exactly twice his 100m WR? Wejo and Rojo, you might think just doubling your 100m PB is the quick
Usain Bolt opens his season running the 400m in 45.86 seconds. I give him credit for giving an “honest effort" for the first 200 or 300 meters.
It’s January and that means indoor training and racing for certain parts of the world. The article on 3x300 or 2x325m raised some concerns.
Donovan Bailey and Michael Johnson – step aside… Why on earth would Kenenisa Bekele and Usain Bolt race each other at 600 meters is beyond me. If
The official splits from the IAAF can be found here (PDF). What can we learn from these splits? Standard Coaching Theory If your opening 200m
19.19. Sounds like a year from the WWI history books. What is the take home message, when you compare this with his 19.30 from Beijing 2008? (1)