You will get-100% FREE Music and Audio uploads with no time limits
Unlimited Streaming of Music and Audio
Store an Unlimited amount of Music and Audio to your account
Download your favorite Music and Audio for free!
Create your own customized profile
rowyn James Comrades race directorComrades Race director speaks about why they are no longer allowing mat to mat (nett) timing.
James says that the concerns over safety at qualifying marathon starts are personal perception not substantiated facts -
he is adamant that races have not previously used mat to mat time other than Maritzburg Marathon - however a national timing company claim to have a letter stating that this has been done for year and meets CMA requirements
Maritzburg Marathon race director john hall on mat to matRace director John Hall speaks at the Maritzburg Marathon Launch discussing how he plans to handle and reduce the safety risks at the start of the 2018 event on 25 February having been given notification that mat to mat timing will not be allowed as a qualfying times for Comrades 2018
Seb Coe: How important are coaches? What are their roles?During the IAAF World Championships, coaches gathered for the 3rd World Coaching conference.
IAAF President Seb Coe, opened the 4 day congress, by explaining why it is the coach / athlete combination that is vital to the sport. Why this must be the key focus for the IAAF as long as he is President and the impact the coach has not simply on the athlete and his or her performance, but also in the development of the human being.
The evolution of the administrative structure must place the emphasis on coaching and performance.
The 2017 World Championships were the first time that not only the top 3 athletes recived Gold Silver and Bronze medals, but their coaches also received corresponding medals in recognition of their contribution to the performance.
its is very clear the IAAF are serious about the personal coaches: It is to be hoped that SA Federations will see the logic of this viewpoint, and find better ways to treat, respect and reward the coaches.
Lebogang Shange 20k walkLebogang Shange surprised the world with his 4th place in the London World Championships 2017. he paced perfectly to come through the field and walked a 19:20 for 5km which was the fastest of the day.
his finish time was 1:19:18 which is a new SA record and only 16 seconds off the African record.
Caster Semenya talks after 800m goldCaster Semenya won gold in the London world championships in a new SA record time - This was Semenyas third world title and added to her bronze in the 1500m at the beginning of the week
Mo Farah on his final race now for roadMo Farah talks about his race and the future in Road running after his silver in the 10,000
The British Knight of the round track has raced his last major championships at 5000 and 10000m - watch out road runners.