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    George Gandy dead at 80: Athletics legend who coached Seb Coe to three world records in 41 days suffers heart attack

    SEB COE saluted his ex-coach George Gandy, who has died aged 80 after a heart attack following minor surgery.
    Newcastle-born Gandy was a prolific endurance running coach best known for his work with athletes at Loughborough University since 1971.

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    Seb Coe has hailed athletics legend George Gandy (right) after he passed away aged 80Credit: Rex Features

    He acted as national endurance coach from 1992-98 and 2009-13 and his experience spanned 10 Olympics and five Commonwealth Games.
    Coe, an economics and social history student, worked with him in the mid-1970s and developed world-class speed and strength thanks to Gandy’s circuit training sessions.
    Coe, 64, a two-time Olympic 1500m champion, said: “George was an exceptional person and a world-class coach – for both I owe him an inestimable gratitude.
    “He has enhanced, and in many cases changed, the lives of so many young people, including mine. We have all suffered a grievous loss.”

    Gandy was also linked to athletes Jon Brown, Jack Buckner, Lisa Dobriskey, Dave Moorcroft, Steve Backley and Paula Radcliffe.
    On working with Coe at Loughborough University, Gandy previously told Athletics Weekly: “Seb arrived on campus in 1975 to study economics and politics. 
    “He had class stamped all over him with PBs of 1:53 and 3:45 and by 1977 I knew we had a potential world beater on our hands.”
    On the start of his own athletics career at St Mary’s College in south London, Gandy added: “While there (St Mary’s) I became cross-country and athletics captain and I think that was the first time I got into telling other people what to do and how to do it. 

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    “I gained a variety of coaching awards and in my final year at St Mary’s I was a member of the British Milers’ Club as a runner. They knew I was going back to the North East to teach. 
    “Somebody got in touch with me and asked if I would make contact with two young lads in South Shields with a view to continue to coach them when I went back there, so I did that. 
    “That was probably the beginning of it for me.”

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    UK may BOYCOTT Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022 over alleged human rights abuses, admits Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab

    THE UK Government has not ruled out a potential Team GB boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
    China has been accused of human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims in the Xinjiang region.

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    Dominic Raab has refused to rule out boycotting the 2022 Winter OlympicsCredit: Reuters

    Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has suggested Britain might not attend the Games in February 2022 if evidence of mass oppression of ethnic communities continues.
    Speaking to the Foreign Affairs Committee, Raab said: “Generally speaking my instinct is to separate sport from diplomacy and politics.
    “But there comes a point where that may not be possible.
    “I’d say let’s gather the evidence, let’s work with our international partners, let’s consider in the round what further action we need to take.”

    Amnesty International claim “up to one million Uyghurs, Kazakhs and other ethnic minority people” have been sent to internment camps in the Xinjiang area and subjected to intrusive surveillance, arbitrary detention and forced indoctrination.
    Raab added: “We have led the charge in the UN Human Rights Council.
    “Put it this way in the UK our concern can only be growing about the reports of what is happening in Xinjiang.

    Given the appalling human rights abuses against the #Uyghur people (a genocide), I very much welcome the Foreign Secretary’s recognition of importance of not ruling out a boycott of the Olympics in Beijing in 2022 in response to my question today at the Foreign Affairs Committee. https://t.co/as8Sf7mtm3
    — Alicia Kearns MP for Rutland and Melton (@aliciakearns) October 6, 2020

    “We want to work very closely with our international partners to give the most powerful message, whether it is in the UN or applying sanctions.

    “I have made it clear that there is evidence of serious and egregious human rights violations.
    “The more the international community addresses its mind to it, the more I think we do need to look very carefully to what action we take.
    “The concerns of what is happening to the Uyghurs — the detention, the mistreatment, the forced sterilisation — is something we cannot just turn away from. We want to gather the evidence carefully.”
    Alicia Keans, Conservative MP for Rutland and Melton, said: “Given the appalling human rights abuses against the Uyghur people (a genocide), I very much welcome the Foreign Secretary’s recognition of importance of not ruling out a boycott of the Olympics in Beijing in 2022 in response to my question today at the Foreign Affairs Committee.”
    The BOA would not respond to Raab’s comments but stressed they are completely independent from government interference.
    Britain has sent athletes to every summer and winter Olympics, including the 1980 Moscow Games which were boycotted by the United States.

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    Lizzy Yarnold was GB’s only gold medalist in 2018Credit: Getty Images – Getty

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    They won five medals in total, ranking 19th in the overall table.
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    Eileen Noble, 85, braves torrential rain to become oldest woman to complete 2020 London Marathon despite the pandemic

    AN 85-year-old woman was one of thousands who braved torrential rain to take part in the 40th London marathon.
    Despite the pandemic, thousands of runners took part across the nation – tracking their time and distance with a specially designed app.

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    Eileen Noble completed the 2020 London Marathon at the age of 85Credit: Dan Jones images/THESUN

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    The 85-year-old clocked a time of eight hours and four minute in the virtual raceCredit: Dan Jones images/THESUN

    Elite runners ran 19.8 laps of St James Park in West London, in a “controlled secure biosphere”.
    Eileen Noble, 85, was the oldest female athlete taking part in Sunday’s virtual marathon.
    This was Eileen’s 20th time tackling the 26.2mile course and she finished it in a soggy eight hours and four minutes. 
    Speaking to The Sun at the halfway point at the Cutty Sark in South East London on Sunday morning, she said: “I’m absolutely freezing, I think I’ll be walking most of the way home.

    “I can’t wait to have a hot shower.”
    Her daughter Imelda, 47, was waiting for her at the Cutty Sark with water and Jelly Babies.
    A group of spectators nearby sang “Come on Eileen” as she ran past.
    It is thought a whopping 45,000 participants logged their progress on an app to make their time official and secure a medal.

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    The soggy 2020 race was Eileen’s 20th marathon finishCredit: Dan Jones images/THESUN

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    Ahead of the race, running fan Eileen told The Sun: “I started running in my early 50s in 1986.
    “I’d been sporty at school but running around a track never appealed.
    “I’d go with my friend Shirley and we’d chat. I liked the camaraderie and still do, I train with friends when I can.”
    She joked that she was worried about getting lost on the way, adding: “I did a half marathon in March and I kept getting lost.
    “The route wasn’t very obvious and there weren’t many people doing i.
    “I found myself on my own and I thought I hope I’m still going the right way.
    “At least once I get on the Thames Path I can’t get lost.”

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    Eileen joked she couldn’t wait to jump into ahot shower after finishing the race in the freezing coldCredit: Dan Jones images/THESUN
    Ken Jones, 87, is the oldest man taking part in the race from his home in Strabane, Northern Ireland. 
    He said the weather looked “the worst ever” as he prepared to set off on Sunday morning.
    Martin Yelling, the official coach of the Virgin Money London Marathon, told runners in a Facebook Live event: “It may not be what we had in mind but it’s a wonderful way to experience running a marathon.”
    Event director Hugh Brasher said: “It was about inclusivity, removing the pressure that people can feel on event day.”
    The Met Office said most runners in the UK, especially those in the south, would be facing “a bit of a wet one” this year.
    But the rain didn’t dampen spirits with runners still donning silly costumes as they ran the 26.2 miles.
    Russ Brookes in Gloucester dressed up as a T Rex as he ran to raise money for Winton’s Wish – a charity for bereaved children.
    At the elite track in St James’ Park Kenyan Kosgei defended her title and cruised to a victory in the women’s race, overcoming her rivals in relentless rain to triumph in two hours, 18 minutes and 58 seconds. 
    And Shura Kitata beat favourite Ethiopian favourite Eliud Kipchoge to claim victory in the mens race in two hours five minutes and 41 seconds.

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    How Eliud Kipchoge’s controversial Nike shoes could win London Marathon for Kenyan after outrage over design

    ELIUD KIPCHOGE is set to wear his controversial Nike shoes in an official race for the first time at Sunday’s London Marathon.
    The Kenyan’s Air Zoom Alphafly NEXT% trainers have sparked a mass backlash from fellow racers.

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    Eliud Kipchoge will wear his controversial Nike trainers at this weekend’s London MarathonCredit: AFP or licensors

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    The Nike trainers are aid to help athletes run faster, with some likening them to dopingCredit: Nike

    The Nike shoes are designed to help the athlete out by providing a ‘four per cent boost in running economy’ compared to other trainers.
    And many have claimed the help from the trainers is essentially ‘doping’.
    Kipchoge, 35, wore the Nikes as he ran a sub-two-hour marathon in Vienna last October.
    That race was under artificial, unofficial circumstances, with the main aim to get Kipchoge across the line in under two hours.

    The Kenyan was given a group of 30 pace-setters and a car to follow – prohibited by World Athletics (formerly IAAF).
    Kipchoge clocked a time of 1:59.40 around the 26.2mile course, with Nike calling it “an extraordinary achievement years in the making.”
    After the race, when quizzed about the controversial trainers, Kipchoge replied: “We live in the 21st century and we need to accept change.
    “Secondly, development goes hand-in-hand with technology. The shoe is good.

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    “We should accept technology and marry technology.
    “It’s business. It’s good for Nike to be far higher than other companies as far as technology is concerned.”
    Kipchoge will now wear the Nike Air Zoom Alphafly NEXT% trainers in Sunday’s London Marathon.
    Earlier this year, World Athletics deemed the shoes legal.
    The governing body banned shoes with soles thicker than 40mm and/or more than one plate to enhance spring.
    Kipchoge’s Alphafly trainers have a sole of 39.5mm thick – just 0.5mm within the ‘passable’ limit.
    Meanwhile, Kipchoge’s biggest rival, Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele, has revealed he will NOT wear the shoe after he believed it caused him injuries.
    Bekele will revert back to a tried-and-tested, older pair for the London Marathon.
    Due to coronavirus, athletes will ditch the well-known route around the capital and instead run 19 laps of St James’ Park, finishing down the iconic Mall stretch.
    There will also be no amateur race in the 2020 edition.

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    London Marathon route: Covid-19 forces organisers to change course with 19 laps of St James’ Park and NO amateur race

    LONDON MARATHON organisers have revealed the new course that runners will take to in Sunday’s rescheduled race.
    The much-beloved event will be elite-only this year for its 40th edition, with coronavirus regulations preventing over 45,000 participants from taking to the capital’s streets.

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    The route of the 2020 London Marathon

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    The race will still finish at The Mall as is traditionalCredit: AFP or licensors

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    Preparations for hosting the event are well underwayCredit: AP:Associated Press

    Superstars such as Eliud Kipchoge and Brigid Kosgei will instead complete 19 laps of St James’ Park within a ‘secure biosphere’.
    A stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace, athletes will begin by turning onto Horse Guards Road.
    Their clockwise loop will then take them onto Birdcage Walk, before meandering onto Spur Road.
    As is traditional, the race will still finish on The Mall, by Marlborough House Gardens.

    Public spectators will not be able to watch the race in person, although the BBC will broadcast eight hours of coverage for fans to consume at home.
    Most of St James’ Park itself will remain largely accessible to members of the public, but with no public viewing points.
    Kipchoge, 35, is favourite to win the men’s event, originally scheduled for March, as he squares off with Kenenisa Bekele.
    Meanwhile Kosgei, 26, headlines the women’s field.

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    The event is likely to take place in miserable, wet conditionsCredit: AP:Associated Press

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    Eliud Kipchoge is in the frame to win the men’s raceCredit: Getty – Pool

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    Charities are expected to lose out on up to £70million from the event being athletes-only.
    Although more than 40,000 keen runners have signed up to compete ‘virtually’ – either from home on a treadmill or on a different course of their choice.
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    Brigid Kosgei, 2019 champion, is ready to defend her titleCredit: Getty Images – Getty

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    Triathlete stops on finish line to let rival beat him after he heads wrong way in stunning act of sportsmanship

    SPANISH athlete Diego Mentrida surrendered his spot on the podium as he allowed James Teagle to pass him on the finish line at the Santander Triathlon.
    In one of the most stunning acts of sportsmanship, Mentrida spotted Teagle taking a wrong turn near the end of the race in Spain.

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    James Teagle took a wrong turn on the final corner of the Santander TriahtlonCredit: Twitter / @GoodNewsCorres1

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    Brit star Teagle ended up inside a fenced off area when he was in third placeCredit: Twitter / @GoodNewsCorres1

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    Diego Mentrida waited for Teagle at the finish to let him go back in frontCredit: Twitter / @GoodNewsCorres1

    Teagle ran towards a group of spectators inside a fenced off area on the last corner, but the 21-year-old was quick to spot his mistake.
    He then stopped just short of the finish line to allow Teagle to come home in third place – much to the shock of the Brit star who shook his hand in disbelief.
    Speaking to Eurosport after the race, Mentrida stated that it wouldn’t have been fair of him to finish in front of Teagle.
    He said: “When I saw that he had missed the route, I just stopped.

    “James deserved this medal. He didn’t notice the signs or they were misaligned.
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    “I do not know, but the second time I would have acted the same.”
    The sporting world was quick to praise Mentrida, as Liverpool goalkeeper Adrian tweeted: “The real values of SPORT in a single gesture.
    “James Teagle got confused on the last corner and was passed by Diego Mentrida who did this… #Respect#FairPlay.”

    Another commented: “That is sportsmanship personified.”
    A third added: “You could argue that the British runner should’ve known the course as a professional.

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    Teagle shook Mentrida’s hand in disbelief at his classy act of sportsmanshipCredit: Twitter / @GoodNewsCorres1

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    Teagle finished the race on the podium after coming home in thirdCredit: Twitter / @GoodNewsCorres1
    “But that’s moot. This is sportsmanship, its about doing the right thing when you don’t have to.”
    One simply stated: “Fourth in place, first in life. My kind of human right there.”
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    Kriss Akabusi reveals Sky News TV chat saved his life with doctors finding Olympic hero had bowel cancer

    AS Kriss Akabusi prepared for his regular TV slot, little did he know the appearance would end up saving his life.
    Two years ago, Britain’s three-time Olympic medallist had a decent early-morning gig on Sky News reviewing the newspapers.

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    Kriss Akabusi is one of Britain’s most loved athletics heroesCredit: Blakeway Productions

    But his review companion Tania Bryer and presenter Sarah-Jane Mee encouraged him live on air to see a doctor pronto when he mentioned an awkward health complaint.
    Akabusi told SunSport: “I’ve bled quite a lot in my life, since I have piles and hemorrhoids in my early 20s. I’ve often bled from my backside.
    “I was a solider before being an athlete. Once, I refused to go to the toilet for three weeks outside.
    “When I came back to camp, I ripped my insides out! From there I’ve had a weakness in that area.

    “The problem has come and gone, and I hadn’t taken much notice.
    “But as I got older it’s happened quite a lot. Two years ago there was an article in the papers about men being slow to see their doctors.

    “We were on TV discussing it. Sarah-Jane and Tania said: ‘Let’s change that. That’s nothing to be proud of – go and see your doctor.’
    “They added: ‘Next time you come on, we’ll ask if you did it.’ So I had no choice.’”

    Prompted by that discussion in the autumn of 2018, the 61-year-old seeked out immediate medical advice.
    A colonoscopy brought potentially grave news. A worrying growth had been discovered.
    A specialist even said: ‘Hello Mr Akabusi, it appears you’ve got bowel cancer.’
    Within a few days he was in the operating theatre. A third of his colon was removed along with polyps in his groin.

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    Derek Redmond, Roger Black, John Regis, and Kriss Akabusi celebrate winning gold in the 4x400m relay final at the 1991 World Championships in TokyoCredit: Getty Images – Getty
    An agonising three weeks ensured before he received good news.
    The stage-one growth taken out was not cancerous – but importantly the check-up had discovered it six months before it could possibly develop.
    He said: “It’s a sobering moment. But Tania and Sarah-Jane saved my life.
    “You do start thinking – how many more summers have I got? How many times can I play with my four grandkids? Hopefully now I can see them go to university.
    “I’m very aware of my mortality. I think about death every day. Life is no rehearsal.
    “My body is in a process of decay. But rather than maybe die at 65, 70, the wonderful medical profession may give me more years. Let’s get to 80, 85, have a good gig.”

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    Akabusi gained fame in the 1980s and 1990s as he won Olympic silver and bronze medals in the 4x400m relay. He was also third in the 400m hurdles at the Barcelona Games.
    Memorably he was a member of the world championship-winning 4x400m relay squad from Tokyo in 1991.
    When this story drops this morning, he expects his phone to be buzzing from international teammates and rivals.
    Yes, it might make comfortable reading – and Akabusi is unapologetically open and honest – but his cancer scare is important.
    Maybe someone reading this can relate to his plight. Maybe they will be compelled to speak to their doctor. Maybe it will save their life, too.
    It is why today he is revealing the details for the first time publicly.

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    Akabusi celebrates his running success with his two daughters in 1991Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd
    It is why he is launching the Stay on Track campaign to raise awareness of bowel cancer and the importance of testing and early diagnosis.
    As a passionate West Ham fan, Akabusi knows all about the sad plight of Bobby Moore, who died aged 51 in 1993 from bowel cancer.
    He said: “Bobby Moore was someone who didn’t talk about it – until it was too late.
    “You can be an England football captain, win the World Cup, it doesn’t get much bigger than that, and still die of cancer.
    “Bowel cancer is the second largest cancer killer in the UK. Bobby didn’t do anything about his bleeding.
    “My demographic – 50, 60, 70-year-old men – when we were brought up, we shut up about health matters. We took it on the chin. Big men don’t cry.
    “No, listen. Real men catch it as soon as they can as they want to be there for their grandkids.
    “Go and see your doctor. They have seen many bottoms before.”
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    Caster Semenya must have surgery or take testosterone-lowering drugs to defend Olympic 800m crown after losing appeal

    GUTTED Caster Semenya must have surgery or take testosterone-lowering drugs to defend her Olympic 800m crown.
    Ahead of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, the South African star lost her appeal against World Athletics at the Swiss Supreme Court following a CAS decision.

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    Caster Semenya has lost her appeal against World Athletics
    Two-time Olympic champion Semenya, 29, said: “I’m very disappointed by this ruling, but refuse to let World Athletics drug me or stop me from being who I am.
    “Excluding female athletes or endangering our health solely because of our natural abilities puts World Athletics on the wrong side of history.”
    Jake Wightman, runner-up at the British Champs on Saturday, has run the fastest 800m time by a Brit for eight years.
    The middle-distance runner, 26, smashed his personal best with a blistering victorious time of 1:44.18 in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

    This puts him 10th in the UK all-time rankings – one spot behind 1980 Olympic champion Steve Ovett.

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