For Clapham Chasers athlete, Steph Davis, her spot on the Olympic team has already been officially confirmed. The 2:27 marathoner already had the qualifying time but cemented her position by going on to win the Olympic trials at Kew Gardens with a significant lead. She has booked her ticket on the plane to Tokyo and we couldn’t be more excited to watch her race!
Establishing a good morning routine is a powerful way to ensure productivity and achieve your goals for the week. It can also be an important source of motivation to stay healthy and committed to your work. When the going gets tough, having a productive morning could make your life a lot easier.
For a lot of athletes, this year has the potential to be a BIG year, with the Olympics just months away. Whilst some have already consolidated their positions on the team and have their tickets to Tokyo, there are still a lot of spots up for grabs.
There’s no quick fix if you want to perform well as a runner. It is commonly believed, that after just a few runs, you will start noticing a wide range of benefits, such as increased strength and endurance. However, there is slightly more involved in improving your running ability than running alone. A proper running technique and a strong commitment will also help boost your performance. This is typically where beginner runners need some assistance.
Thanks again to Hannah Irwin for an excellent article. After the disappointing but right decision to postpone the Olympics last year, it is difficult to know what capacity they will take place in this year. There is speculation about whether it will go on behind closed doors, or maybe with a limited number of spectators, however, there is no knowing exactly what it will be like.