Monthly Archives: July 2012

MAN, AND SUPERMAN

You may have noticed we had a Jubilee here recently, something to do with the royal family. Well, there’s another 60th anniversary this week, of a far more remarkable individual, a man whose name resonates across the century of both organised athletics and the Olympic Games – Emil Zátopek, who began his charge towards an […]






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SEVEN/SEVENTEEN

If you’re not bored with hearing about Seb Coe and Steve Ovett, especially from this source, you may want to click on the link lower down, and take a look at the presentation I made a couple of Sundays ago at Watershed, the Bristol arts centre? Given that it was at 3pm on the day […]






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