FREE England Athletics Webinars

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Below is the list of the Endurance England Athletics webinars for March. We are always adding more so it is worthwhile checking the EA website ( on a regular basis too.

Saturday 6th March @ 10AM

Achilles Tendinopathy, causes and management. Registration link below:

Saturday 13th March @ 10AM

Self Myofascial Release for Endurance Athletes. Registration link below:

Monday 15th March @ 6PM

Prof. Andrew Jones talks Nitrates and Endurance. Registration link below:

Wednesday 17th March @ 5PM

Interview with Tim Hutchings. Registration link below:

Saturday 20th March @ 10AM

The Runners Hip – Pains, Presentations, and Management. Registration link below:

Monday 22nd March @ 6PM

Q&A with LEJOG World Record Holder, and Hoka One One Athlete Carla Molinaro

If you have any issues / question re: the above please email me (
Mar 2021
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Ey up. I've amended the thread title to remove the month, so that you don't need to make a new one each time, and so that those who are interested can watch this thread. Ta.
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Thanks for this. Interesting range of topics.
Mar 2021
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@Fetch - cheers, much appreciated.
Mar 2021
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Another one for this week...

Wednesday 17th March at 5PM - Interview with Tim Hutchings

A chance to ask questions to Tim Hutchings - Athletics commentator, Olympian and twice World Cross country Silver medalist.

Hutchings' track events were the 1500 metres, 5000 metres and 10,000 metres. His main championship performances in track and field were a 5000 m bronze medal in the 1986 European Championship and a bronze medal in the 5000 m at the 1986 Commonwealth Games. He also finished fourth in the 1984 Olympic Games.

After appearing in the 1500 metres at the 1978 Commonwealth Games he represented England in the 5,00 metres event, at the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Four years later he represented England, where he won his bronze medal in the 5,000 metres event, at the 1986 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh, Scotland.

A fourth and final appearance came at the 1990 Commonwealth Games in Auckland, New Zealand.

In cross country running, he twice earned a silver medal in the IAAF World Cross Country Championships, in 1984 and 1989.

In 1989, he picked up a hamstring injury that put a premature end to his career.

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Want to know more about coaching / competing at major championships? Join the world renown Trevor Painter for a FREE England Athletics webinar where he reflects on lessons learned from coaching and competing at major championships (registration link below):

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