Inside World Athletics
World Athletics Championships
Recipe: hiyashi chuka
'Hiyashi chuka' is a cold noodle dish covered with colourful, tasty toppings and a delicious sauce.
The Athletic Life: one degree of separation and a few strides of familiarity
Whatever their background, age or speed, runners are always on the same side. Does any other sport really have such a sense of community, or common experience?
The Athletic Life: how running helps nurses cope with the demands of their job
For many of us in the past year, running has become less the pursuit of fitness, and more a coping mechanism.
How running helped Nick Bailey get his life back on track
On 4 March 2018, British police officer Nick Bailey found himself caught up in the Salisbury poisonings. To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, he explains how running has helped him to process the trauma of that March day and its aftermath.
Recipe: wild garlic pesto
One of the wonders of spring is it heralds the arrival of edible plants.
Pozzi’s top five reads
The world indoor 60m hurdles champion talks about his favourite books
The Athletic Life: the gifts of health that come from running
The list of health benefits that running can bring is so long it’s almost easier to list the things it doesn’t do
Recipe: Eggs for Easter
Spring has finally arrived here in London! Warmer temperatures, longer days and new life springing up everywhere makes training outdoors so much more enjoyable than during the long winter we’ve just had. And spring means Easter, which of course means eggs!
The science behind the runner's high
Have you ever finished a run and felt like you could take on the world?
Recipe: Jiaozi dumplings
Road racing, especially race walking and the marathon, is booming in China.