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Discipline, is that the missing ingredient for success.

I’ve had the great fortune to have associated with world class athletes, great business leaders and some outstanding individuals and I often wondered what made them different than the average person. 395 more words

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I stumbled across this beautiful animation created by Iffley Road, who produce articles of rather exquisite-looking running clothing and take their name from the track where Bannister broke the four-minute mile in 1954. 47 more words

Running

Seb Coe Urges Track and Field to Embrace Change

Sebastian Coe during the 2012 Olympics. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum, File)

(Reuters) – Athletics must embrace innovation and respond to social, economic and technological changes to reach its full potential and grow globally, IAAF presidential candidate Sebastian Coe has said. 171 more words

Track & Field

IAAF Presidential Hopeful Reveals 'Vision 2025'

Women’s 400m final during the 2012 London Olympic GamesĀ (Leo Mason-USA TODAY Sports)

April 2 (Reuters) – Sergey Bubka has promised a complete review of athletics if he becomes the president of the International Association of Athletics Federations later this year. 218 more words

Track & Field

Preview: Underdog no longer, Kildal-Brandt to lead Mendham indoors

A year ago, there weren’t many people outside of Mendham that knew who Christian Kildal-Brandt was.

But after his explosive indoor track campaign, a season filled with one eye-popping performance after another, there isn’t a person involved in New Jersey track and field who doesn’t recognize Kildal-Brandt as a weapon. 988 more words

News

Existing Olympic Sports Could Lose Events

By Ossian Shine

MONACO, Dec 8 (Reuters) – The most powerful figures in world sport were frantically drawing lines in the sand in Monaco on Monday, seeking to protect their sports from an Olympic axe set to be swung to make room for new spectacles. 437 more words

Olympics

IOC Announces Sweeping Changes

International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach (REUTERS/Aly Song)

By Ossian Shine

MONACO, Dec 8 (Reuters) – Radical changes to how cities will bid to host Olympic Games, and rules allowing more sports to feature, were ushered in on Monday as International Olympic Committee members took bold steps to revamp their movement. 560 more words

Olympics