How to Train for Track and Field: Techniques of the Champions
How-to handbook for all forms of track and field athletics, with history and background of each event, lists of former champions, times, recommended training schedules, exercises and techniques.
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Middle and Long Distance Running
Jumping and Vaulting
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13 mins 2nd day 3rd day 4th day American approach Approximate time differential Armin Hary athlete baton body Chataway circuit training clearance competition Dave Sime discus distance event ﬁgure ﬁnally ﬁnd ﬁngers ﬁnish ﬁrst ﬁrst hurdle ﬁtness ﬁve ﬂexed ﬂight Free running George Rhoden Germany’s gold medal half-mile hammer Herb Elliott Herb McKenley hurdler interval javelin Jesse Owens jogging jumper Kuts left foot long jump low hurdle lst day Melbourne metres hurdles metres record middle-distance miler miles Olympic ﬁnal Olympic record Olympic title pace judgement performance Peter Snell pole quarter-mile race Ray Norton relay right foot Rome run-up runners secs secs Approximate secs EMPIRE CHAMPION secs EUROPEAN CHAMPION shoulders speed sprint sprinter steeplechase stride swings Sydney Wooderson take-off technique thrower throwing track Training programme turn U.S. CHAMPION Valeriy Brumel vault vaulter warming-up water jump Weight or circuit White City winning world record