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Podcast Heritage Special: the making of Chariots of Fire

The latest England Athletics podcast is the first of a special heritage-focused series all about the making of the film Chariots of Fire. Renowned former national coach Tom McNab, who previously conducted a series of interviews for our Coaching Voices series - is back in time to mark the centenary of the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris.
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#RunAndTalk podcast: Discussing the impact of mental health in running clubs

We are thrilled to share with you the launch of the #RunAndTalk podcast which has been created and hosted by Andrew Ball, a Mental Health Champion and Mental Health First Aid Trainer. The first episode features Hannah Hughes from Fareham Running Club, with the second episode featuring Simon Lynch from Newburn Running Club.
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Podcast #61: History of Sportshall Athletics

With the Sportshall UK Final taking place in Stoke-on-Trent this Saturday 6 April, a special episode of the England Athletics Podcast has been published, looking at the history and global impact of Sportshall Athletics.
Molly Caudery at Worlds

Podcast #60: World Indoor reflections from Glasgow

The latest episode of the England Athletics Podcast features a round-up of the action from the World Athletics Indoor Championships in Glasgow. Host Alex Seftel is at the Emirates Arena, talking to athletes and pundits, including pole vault gold medallist Molly Caudery, who won the world title with a best clearance of 4.80m.
Abi Pawlett at British Champs

Podcast #59: Abi Pawlett, Georgia Bell and the Nielsen twins

In the latest England Athletics Podcast, multi-eventer Abi Pawlett discusses a whirlwind few weeks which have seen her make the British squad for the World Athletics Indoor Championships. This episode also catches up with 1500m runner Georgia Bell, who won the UK title to make the World Indoors team, despite leaving the sport in 2017 and going five years without a race on the track. Other UK indoor champions Laviai and Lina Nielsen, Owen Heard, Thomas Hewes and Kevin Santos also feature in the podcast.
Javelin thrower Bekah Walton

Podcast #57: Javelin thrower Bekah Walton's Olympic and engineering dreams

UK javelin champion Bekah Walton joins the England Athletics Podcast to talk about her dream of becoming both an Olympian and an engineer. The 24-year-old, who threw within touching distance of 60 metres during the 2023 season, explains about the role of her mum, her dog and netball in propelling her athletics career.
Chris McAlister

Podcast #56: Hurdles, the civil service and football team talks with Chris McAlister

In the latest episode, World 400m hurdles semi-finalist Chris McAlister joins the England Athletics Podcast, and England Athletics CEO Chris Jones looks back on a successful year and talks about 2024 plans.
Commonwealth Youth Games athletes

Podcast #55: Commonwealth Youth Games offers glimpse of next generation

In the latest England Athletics podcast, Commonwealth Youth Games gold medallists Maddie Down and Phoebe Gill join Team Leader Scott Grace and podcast host Alex Seftel to reflect on their experience in Trinidad and Tobago.
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Podcast #54: CEO Chris Jones and England Athletics Chair Gary Shaughnessy reflect on the 2023 season

In the latest England Athletics Podcast, Chair Gary Shaughnessy and CEO Chris Jones join host Alex Seftel to reflect on the 2023 season.
Tom McNab

Listen to the full set of Coaching Voices interviews now

England Athletics have published the final one of a set of twelve special interviews which explore the history of coaching in the United Kingdom.