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Five books to make you rethink your running
Five good reads to inspire you to get the trainers on once more
Vallortigara's top five inspiring sports biographies
The Italian high jumper selects five of her favourite sports autobiographies/biographies and explains what they mean to her.
Kelsey-Lee Barber's top six TV shows
The world javelin champion shares some of her favourite programmes, from comfort re-watching to views that get the pulse racing.
The magic of the ekiden
Interested in all things Japanese ahead of next summer’s Tokyo Olympics? Want to know why Japan’s distance runners are so fast? Then you might want to have a go at an ekiden, Japan’s cultural icon of the running world which turns solitary running into the most gripping of team sports.
The chill-out playlist - Mirela Demireva
Olympic high jump silver medallist Mirela Demireva shares some of her favourite tracks.
Review: ‘Freeman’ – an in-depth look at the race of a generation
It’s a race that is widely regarded as one of the greatest moments not just in athletics but in sporting history overall.
The athletics statto’s definitive library
We asked eight influential people within the sport for their go-to athletics resources. These are their choices – from A(TFS) to Z(arnowski)
Review - The Stand: How One Gesture Shook the World
A review of the latest athletics film from Tom Ratcliffe.
Abdi Nageeye's lockdown playlist
Dutch marathon record-holder Abdi Nageeye lists his top five tunes to play during lockdown.
Nathan Strother’s lockdown reading list
Yesterday marked World Book Day. One man who has ramped up his reading action in recent months is USA’s world 4x400m champion Nathan Strother.