The special articles this year, in addition to the editor's wide ranging notes, are an account of the historic Oxford v Cambridge match of 1864 by Bob Phillips and track & field statistics then (1930s) and now by Roberto L Quercetani. This booklet contains top 30s for 2013 for athletes from Asian nations, with continuation lists for countries other than China and Japan, indicating new national records, and full lists of Asian records. Maintaining the sequence there are French top ten lists for 19. Published by ditions Polymdias with support from the IAAF, The 33rd edition in this splendid series has 100 deep men's and women's lists for Africa for 2013, with all-time lists, national championships and major meetings results. The Athletics NZ annual has been expanded by 30 pages this year.
Euro 20/US in cash or by International Money Order from the author, Haydnstrasse 8, 48691 Vreden, Germany. Copies also available for 1998, 2007-09, 2011-12 at 15/US each. This third annual for the region by ATFS member Jad Adrian Washif is an attractive publication. Tribute is paid to their Champion of Champions Teddy Tamgho and also profiled is the retiring Romain Mesnil with all his 153 performances at 5.50 or higher in the pole vault from 1998 to 2013. 20 euro, 18 or US incuding postage from La Mmoire du Sport, 166 rue de Decize, 03000 Moulins, France. It includes national ranking lists for 2013 up to 50 deep for seniors plus lists for juniors and youths, all-time top 20s, records for the various age groups and results of champ-ionships and other major events. postage international, Australia & Pacific, New Zealand). The 56th NUTS Annual, edited by Rob Whittingham, Peter Matthews, and Tony Miller.
It contains results of major meetings, 2013 and all-time ranking lists, national records (outdoor & indoor) for all countries and statistical profiles of leading athletes. 28 euros from the FFA, 33 avenue Pierre de Coubertin, 7540 Paris Cedex 13, France. (Also available: booklist with very extensive list of athletics books and magazines for sale). Deep UK ranking lists for all age groups in 2013, top 12 merit rankings, all-time lists, results etc.
Also a survey of participation trends in British athletics.
She had displayed promise at longer distances with for 10 miles on the road in 1991 but it wasn't until April 1998 that she took part in her first 10,000m track race, clocking .58.
Her half marathon debut () followed in 1999 and her fabulous marathon career began with when winning London in 2002.
If you would like to be kept up to date with the book, due out in April, then just send an email to [email protected](No need to send a message - just email with "Book" on the subject line).2013. This book has been fully revised and updated for the 60th anniversary of Roger Bannister's first sub-four minute mile.
It concentrates in the stories of top athletes, with twelve extensive studies of the super-stars, starting with Allan Wells, Eric Liddell and Wyndham Halswelle, with some of these chapters grouping athletes at the nations most successful events, and ending with shorter proflles of 100 more men and women.12 chapters on star names plus 100 further profiles AND the story of the Commonwealth Games in Scotland.If you want to know about Scottish athletes past and present, then THE PAST IS A FOREIGN COUNTRY will be the book for you.The author, a New Zealander, has spent part of his life in USA, generally acknowledged as the mother country of indoor athletics.(It was in recognition of such a fact that the IAAF chose to stage its first World Indoor Championships in USA, namely at Indianapolis, Indiana in 1987).