Monthly Archives: August 2015

Beijing 2015 – Highs and Lows

There were so many highlights at the World Athletics Championship both on and off the track. My highlights would include Usain Bolt. Jamaica’s medal haul of 12. 400m men’s where 3 men went well under 44 seconds. Women’s long jump: 3 going … Continue reading

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World Championship Athletics – My Predictions

Next weekend sees the start of one the more eagerly anticipated World Athletics Championships in Beijing due to Bolt vs Gatlin and the recent doping stories. Here are my predictions to a few of the events. Women’s 100 metres Shelly … Continue reading

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Labour Party Leadership: Pacemaker Corbyn May Just Do It

The British Labour Party leadership race is generating more headlines than anyone could have imagined. This surge in coverage is thanks to the rise of perceived rank outsider – the left wing MP Jeremy Corbyn Some senior Labour politicians supporting … Continue reading

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