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If you would like to be kept up to date with the book, due out in April, then just send an email to satsbook@(No need to send a message - just email with "Book" on the subject line).2013. This book has been fully revised and updated for the 60th anniversary of Roger Bannister's first sub-four minute mile.As last year, this is split into three parts: The first is the Athletics Review 2013 a beautifully illustrated 156-page A4 review of the year packed with illustrations and features on competitions and developments. The latest in this series features mens hammer champions and deep world lists for 2013 (1050 men to 64.79 and lists for juniors and youths) with 1028 performances over 67.90 and index of athletes. It has the history of the mile from the 18th Century to 1954, based on contemporary sources and first-hand accounts, plus a detailed summary of the development of the event since. Published as an ebook for 4.99, available via Amazon, i Books, Nook and Kobo.The book consists of three distinct periods - the early era (1849 1930), the classical era (1931 1985) and the modern era (1986 2013). For the most important meetings such as World, European and USA championships the author assures a complete coverage.The same is offered for historically important festivals such as the Millrose Games, which recently celebrated their 106th edition.She had displayed promise at longer distances with for 10 miles on the road in 1991 but it wasn't until April 1998 that she took part in her first 10,000m track race, clocking .58.Her half marathon debut () followed in 1999 and her fabulous marathon career began with when winning London in 2002.On the track her first recorded performance was a .9 1500m win at Bedford on , aged 14.She clocked .3 in her 3000m debut in 1990, while her first 5000m (and only race indoors) was a .77 effort in 1992 a month before she exploded onto the international scene with her victory in the World Junior cross country in Boston.
Euro 20/US in cash or by International Money Order from the author, Haydnstrasse 8, 48691 Vreden, Germany. Copies also available for 1998, 2007-09, 2011-12 at 15/US each. This third annual for the region by ATFS member Jad Adrian Washif is an attractive publication. Tribute is paid to their Champion of Champions Teddy Tamgho and also profiled is the retiring Romain Mesnil with all his 153 performances at 5.50 or higher in the pole vault from 1998 to 2013. 20 euro, 18 or US incuding postage from La Mmoire du Sport, 166 rue de Decize, 03000 Moulins, France. It includes national ranking lists for 2013 up to 50 deep for seniors plus lists for juniors and youths, all-time top 20s, records for the various age groups and results of champ-ionships and other major events. postage international, Australia & Pacific, New Zealand). The 56th NUTS Annual, edited by Rob Whittingham, Peter Matthews, and Tony Miller.
All the usual essentials are there, including world year and all-time lists, biographies of 420 male and 376 female athletes drawn from 80 countries and an index to athletes ranked in the main lists. The 51st edition of the French Annual, edited by Patricia Doilin with a strong team of compilers, is again a superb reference book and bigger than ever, accompanied this year by a CD with a pdf of the contents.
Among other features are top results from the major international championships in 2013 (plus the 2014 World Indoors), obituaries, book reviews and record lists. Packed with information on French athletics records, profiles of 81 top athletes, results, deep year lists for 2013 for all age groups plus all-time lists and indexes.
18 plus postage (2 UK & Europe, 5 outside Europe); from Rob Whittingham, 7 Birch Green, Croft Manor, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 8PR, UK. The latest of the DGLD the German statistical group, Deutsche Gesellschaft fr Leichtathletik-Dokumentation booklet is No. Its 182 pages include articles on the Germany v Switzerland international of 1924 with profiles of all the German team (and results of the first match between the nations in 1921), the Olympic Marathon 1932 with details of races leading up to it and career details of all participants, German mens and womens indoor all-time lists at , German womens javelin top 40s for each age 13 to 19, and athletics and bobsleigh with detailed statistical profiles of 132 athletes to also have had bobsleigh credentials. Membership, with free Deutsche Bestenliste (deep year lists) euro 55 per year.
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