Conference

European Endurance Conference - Achieving Excellence in Healthy Endurance Environments

  • 13.00 - 16.00
  • 12 Nov 2021 - 14 Nov 2021
  • Headingley Campus, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds, LS6 3QS
European Endurance Conference - Achieving Excellence in Healthy Endurance Environments
The 2021 European Endurance Conference, part of the European Athletics Coaching Summit Series, is supported by Leeds Beckett University and England Athletics. It will build on the success of previous conferences and continue the excellent opportunities for coach development.

The theme of this year’s conference is “Achieving Excellence in Healthy Endurance Environments” and will feature an impressive cast of speakers across science and practice in athletic endurance. We will provide a platform for coaches, athletes and scientists to network, collaborate and learn from each other across three days of talks and workshops.

The venue is the Headingley Campus at Leeds Beckett University, easily accessible from Britain and Europe by air, rail and car. Excellent accommodation options are available nearby, with most within easy walking distance of the campus.

Registration opens Tuesday 20 July 2021

European Endurance Conference - £275

Book before Friday 5 November 2021 

Book now

Further information

If you have any questions about catering, travel or any other practical aspects of the conference, please contact Leeds Beckett Conferences & Events.

For queries about the content of the conference, contact Dr Brian Hanley.

If you are interested in attending the European Athletics High Performance Webinar Series which is also running throughout autumn 2021, you can register here.

Speakers and panel members

Aly Dixon has been a competitive runner for 32 years, the last 12 years as an international athlete. She has represented Great Britain on the road, track and cross country including six World Championship (half marathon, marathon and 50km), three European championships (half marathon and 10,000m team cup) and one Olympic Games (marathon) as well as representing England at two Commonwealth Games (marathon). Aly is the reigning World 50km champion and former World best holder for the distance.

Andrew Henderson is the Head of Athletics at Leeds Beckett University and the England Athletics Leeds Talent Hub Head Coach. He has coached athletes from junior to senior competition, including Laura Weightman (two-times Olympic 1500m finalist), Alex Bell (World Championship 800m semi-finalist), Emma Clayton (World and European mountain medallist), Georgia Malir (European U20 Mountain champion) and Alex Botterill (World U20 800m finalist). Andrew received the England Athletics Dave Sunderland Endurance Coaching Award and the British Milers Coach of the Year award in 2019.

Cara Sloss is a Clinical and Sports Dietitian and a practitioner on the Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register (SENr). She has a background in Sport and Exercise Science and her passion for sports nutrition was driven by her own training and competition in athletics. Cara has a particular interest in fuelling endurance and ultra-endurance performance and works as a sports nutritionist in the British Athletics Talent Hub based at Leeds Beckett University.

Chris Jones is the National Coach for Welsh Athletics. He has over 25 years’ success leading national athletic programmes, directing national teams, and coaching Olympians and World Champions. Chris has a reputation for implementing proven, sustainable systems that reliably elevate performance at the elite level. His areas of expertise include high-performance strategy, team strategy and planning, Olympic Games preparation, elevating performance standards, programme design, coach development, and performance systems and structures.

Darren Reevell is the Regional Coaching Lead for Endurance (North), the England Athletics Event Lead for Ultra, Talent Lead on the Junior Talent Programme, Anglo-Celtic Plate 100k England Team Manager, and has been the England team coach at numerous international competitions throughout Europe. He is also a Consultant Coach delivering England Athletics Club Run, Track Nights, and Flying Coach programmes, as well as a tutor on the Event Group Endurance Integration Days.

Dr Andrew Renfree is Principal Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Worcester, where he teaches exercise physiology and interdisciplinary determinants of sport performance. His doctoral thesis used decision-making theory to explain the way in which exercise intensity is regulated during self-paced exercise. A former middle-distance runner himself, Andrew’s current research interests include affect-based training prescription, determinants of fatigue, and training quantification and monitoring. 

Dr Arturo Casado is a former professional middle-distance runner who specialised at 800m and 1500m, and is now a coach of international runners. As an athlete, he was European outdoor 1500m Champion in Barcelona 2010 and three times a World Championship finalist. He is currently working as a lecturer at Rey Juan Carlos University on the areas of training development and athletics, and on the Master’s programme in High Performance in Sports at the Spanish Olympic Committee. 

Brian Hanley

Dr Brian Hanley is a Senior Lecturer in Sport & Exercise Biomechanics at Leeds Beckett University. His research is mainly on the biomechanics of distance running and race walking, as well as the pacing profiles adopted by endurance athletes. Brian led on the scientific aspects of the Biomechanics Research Projects at the IAAF World Championships in London in 2017 and the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham in 2018. 

Dr Cédric Leduc holds Masters degrees in Exercise Physiology and Strength & Conditioning. Additionally, he obtained his PhD in 2021 exploring the importance of sleep in the recovery process for team sport athletes. Alongside his academic background, Cédric has been a sport scientist for a variety of elite team sport environments and is currently a strength and conditioning coach at Leeds Beckett University and the Leeds Talent Hub.

Jordan Santos-Concejero

Dr Jordan Santos-Concejero is a researcher at the University of the Basque Country and was previously a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. His research is mainly focused on the physiology of world-class athletes and on the best training strategies to improve performance. 

Richard Blagrove

Dr Richard Blagrove is a Lecturer in Physiology at Loughborough University. Richard is an Accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and was previously a Director of the UK Strength and Conditioning Association. He has provided coaching support to middle- and long-distance runners for almost 15 years, including several Olympians and medallists at major international championships. 

Helen Clitheroe had a successful career as an athlete competing for Great Britain over 1500m, 3000m, 5000m, 3000m steeplechase, 10000m and cross country. She is now gaining experience working within athletics as a coach at the Leeds Talent Hub, as well as personally coaching athletes. Helen has also been involved in Great Britain and England teams as a coach for a number of years in cross country and track. She hosts regular workshops and webinars for England Athletics to promote and develop steeplechase amongst athletes and coaches.

Jo Wilkinson is the Endurance Regional Coach Lead for the South East and leads on Endurance for the Junior Talent Programme. She qualified as a coach through the British Athletics Elite Athlete to Coach programme. She represented England and Great Britain on track, road and cross country and has been involved in athletics for 35 years as an athlete and coach.

Kyle has been coaching juniors to age group international athletes for around 16 years. He is the regional coach lead for endurance in the midlands and is the talent lead on the youth and junior talent programmes. Kyle is the head endurance coach at the University of Oxford and also runs the performance programme at Imperial College London.

Liz is a former middle-distance and long-distance track and road runner. She won the gold medal in the 10,000m at the 1991 World Championships, and a silver medal over the same distance at the 1988 Olympic Games. She was also a two-time gold medallist over the distance at the Commonwealth Games, as well as winning the 1992 World Half Marathon Championships, 1991 New York City Marathon, 1992 Tokyo Marathon and 1996 London Marathon. Liz’s 10,000 metres best of 30:57.07 set in 1991 moved her to second on the world all-time list at that time, and still stands as the Scottish record. Her marathon best of 2:26:52 in 1997 stood as the Scottish record until 2019.

Martin Rush is Head of Coaching and Athlete Development for England Athletics, responsible for the development of ongoing coaching support post-qualification for coaches. An ex-teacher and Olympic race walker, Martin joined British Athletics in 2001 as a Regional Performance Manager, overseeing the World Class Potential Programme athletes and acting as British Athletics Junior Team Leader until 2008. He was Team Leader for the England Athletics Track and Field Team at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Professor Andy Jones is professor of Applied Physiology at the University of Exeter. He is internationally recognized for his expertise in the causes of exercise-related fatigue, respiratory physiology, and endurance sports performance physiology and nutrition. He is a former international distance runner and has served as a consultant physiologist to UK Athletics, the English Institute of Sport, the Gatorade Sports Science Institute, and Nike. 

Professor Sue Backhouse is Director of Research in the Carnegie School of Sport at Leeds Beckett University. Over the last 15 years, Sue has undertaken collaborative research to develop a better understanding of doping behaviour from multiple perspectives. Sue serves as a member of the WADA Social Science Research Expert Advisory Group and is co-founder of the Clean Sport Alliance.

Spencer Duval is a former international athlete over cross country and 3000m steeplechase. Spencer represented England at two Commonwealth Games, and Great Britain at various World and European Championships and the Olympic Games. He is currently the National Endurance Lead where he leads on all endurance events from 800m to ultra-distance on the track and off it. Spencer was head endurance coach at the Commonwealth Games in 2018, and will take charge again in 2022 at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

Aly Dixon has been a competitive runner for 32 years, the last 12 years as an international athlete. She has represented Great Britain on the road, track and cross country including six World Championship (half marathon, marathon and 50km), three European championships (half marathon and 10,000m team cup) and one Olympic Games (marathon) as well as representing England at two Commonwealth Games (marathon). Aly is the reigning World 50km champion and former World best holder for the distance.

Andrew Henderson is the Head of Athletics at Leeds Beckett University and the England Athletics Leeds Talent Hub Head Coach. He has coached athletes from junior to senior competition, including Laura Weightman (two-times Olympic 1500m finalist), Alex Bell (World Championship 800m semi-finalist), Emma Clayton (World and European mountain medallist), Georgia Malir (European U20 Mountain champion) and Alex Botterill (World U20 800m finalist). Andrew received the England Athletics Dave Sunderland Endurance Coaching Award and the British Milers Coach of the Year award in 2019.

Cara Sloss is a Clinical and Sports Dietitian and a practitioner on the Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register (SENr). She has a background in Sport and Exercise Science and her passion for sports nutrition was driven by her own training and competition in athletics. Cara has a particular interest in fuelling endurance and ultra-endurance performance and works as a sports nutritionist in the British Athletics Talent Hub based at Leeds Beckett University.

Chris Jones is the National Coach for Welsh Athletics. He has over 25 years’ success leading national athletic programmes, directing national teams, and coaching Olympians and World Champions. Chris has a reputation for implementing proven, sustainable systems that reliably elevate performance at the elite level. His areas of expertise include high-performance strategy, team strategy and planning, Olympic Games preparation, elevating performance standards, programme design, coach development, and performance systems and structures.

Darren Reevell is the Regional Coaching Lead for Endurance (North), the England Athletics Event Lead for Ultra, Talent Lead on the Junior Talent Programme, Anglo-Celtic Plate 100k England Team Manager, and has been the England team coach at numerous international competitions throughout Europe. He is also a Consultant Coach delivering England Athletics Club Run, Track Nights, and Flying Coach programmes, as well as a tutor on the Event Group Endurance Integration Days.

Dr Andrew Renfree is Principal Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Worcester, where he teaches exercise physiology and interdisciplinary determinants of sport performance. His doctoral thesis used decision-making theory to explain the way in which exercise intensity is regulated during self-paced exercise. A former middle-distance runner himself, Andrew’s current research interests include affect-based training prescription, determinants of fatigue, and training quantification and monitoring. 

Dr Arturo Casado is a former professional middle-distance runner who specialised at 800m and 1500m, and is now a coach of international runners. As an athlete, he was European outdoor 1500m Champion in Barcelona 2010 and three times a World Championship finalist. He is currently working as a lecturer at Rey Juan Carlos University on the areas of training development and athletics, and on the Master’s programme in High Performance in Sports at the Spanish Olympic Committee. 

Dr Brian Hanley is a Senior Lecturer in Sport & Exercise Biomechanics at Leeds Beckett University. His research is mainly on the biomechanics of distance running and race walking, as well as the pacing profiles adopted by endurance athletes. Brian led on the scientific aspects of the Biomechanics Research Projects at the IAAF World Championships in London in 2017 and the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham in 2018. 

Brian Hanley

Dr Cédric Leduc holds Masters degrees in Exercise Physiology and Strength & Conditioning. Additionally, he obtained his PhD in 2021 exploring the importance of sleep in the recovery process for team sport athletes. Alongside his academic background, Cédric has been a sport scientist for a variety of elite team sport environments and is currently a strength and conditioning coach at Leeds Beckett University and the Leeds Talent Hub.

Dr Jordan Santos-Concejero is a researcher at the University of the Basque Country and was previously a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. His research is mainly focused on the physiology of world-class athletes and on the best training strategies to improve performance. 

Jordan Santos-Concejero

Dr Richard Blagrove is a Lecturer in Physiology at Loughborough University. Richard is an Accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and was previously a Director of the UK Strength and Conditioning Association. He has provided coaching support to middle- and long-distance runners for almost 15 years, including several Olympians and medallists at major international championships. 

Richard Blagrove

Helen Clitheroe had a successful career as an athlete competing for Great Britain over 1500m, 3000m, 5000m, 3000m steeplechase, 10000m and cross country. She is now gaining experience working within athletics as a coach at the Leeds Talent Hub, as well as personally coaching athletes. Helen has also been involved in Great Britain and England teams as a coach for a number of years in cross country and track. She hosts regular workshops and webinars for England Athletics to promote and develop steeplechase amongst athletes and coaches.

Jo Wilkinson is the Endurance Regional Coach Lead for the South East and leads on Endurance for the Junior Talent Programme. She qualified as a coach through the British Athletics Elite Athlete to Coach programme. She represented England and Great Britain on track, road and cross country and has been involved in athletics for 35 years as an athlete and coach.

Kyle has been coaching juniors to age group international athletes for around 16 years. He is the regional coach lead for endurance in the midlands and is the talent lead on the youth and junior talent programmes. Kyle is the head endurance coach at the University of Oxford and also runs the performance programme at Imperial College London.

Liz is a former middle-distance and long-distance track and road runner. She won the gold medal in the 10,000m at the 1991 World Championships, and a silver medal over the same distance at the 1988 Olympic Games. She was also a two-time gold medallist over the distance at the Commonwealth Games, as well as winning the 1992 World Half Marathon Championships, 1991 New York City Marathon, 1992 Tokyo Marathon and 1996 London Marathon. Liz’s 10,000 metres best of 30:57.07 set in 1991 moved her to second on the world all-time list at that time, and still stands as the Scottish record. Her marathon best of 2:26:52 in 1997 stood as the Scottish record until 2019.

Martin Rush is Head of Coaching and Athlete Development for England Athletics, responsible for the development of ongoing coaching support post-qualification for coaches. An ex-teacher and Olympic race walker, Martin joined British Athletics in 2001 as a Regional Performance Manager, overseeing the World Class Potential Programme athletes and acting as British Athletics Junior Team Leader until 2008. He was Team Leader for the England Athletics Track and Field Team at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Professor Andy Jones is professor of Applied Physiology at the University of Exeter. He is internationally recognized for his expertise in the causes of exercise-related fatigue, respiratory physiology, and endurance sports performance physiology and nutrition. He is a former international distance runner and has served as a consultant physiologist to UK Athletics, the English Institute of Sport, the Gatorade Sports Science Institute, and Nike. 

Professor Sue Backhouse is Director of Research in the Carnegie School of Sport at Leeds Beckett University. Over the last 15 years, Sue has undertaken collaborative research to develop a better understanding of doping behaviour from multiple perspectives. Sue serves as a member of the WADA Social Science Research Expert Advisory Group and is co-founder of the Clean Sport Alliance.

Spencer Duval is a former international athlete over cross country and 3000m steeplechase. Spencer represented England at two Commonwealth Games, and Great Britain at various World and European Championships and the Olympic Games. He is currently the National Endurance Lead where he leads on all endurance events from 800m to ultra-distance on the track and off it. Spencer was head endurance coach at the Commonwealth Games in 2018, and will take charge again in 2022 at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

British Milers Club sessions

David is a former Great Britain and England international runner at distances from 3000m up to half-marathon and cross country, later becoming a Great Britain and England Athletics Team Coach, coaching 19 athletes to international status. David is the former Coaching Editor at Athletics Weekly and writer of well over 600 articles and editor of three bookazines. He was the recipient of the Frank Horwill Award for Outstanding Service to BMC and also Lifetime Services to Coaching.

Norman first joined the BMC in 1968 as an athlete. As a coach he has brought many athletes through from novice standard to be UK National Champions over 800m, 1500m and 5000m and selection at five Olympic Games. Norman was the UK National Event Coach for 800m/1500m from 1990 to 1997. During this period, he worked with the BMC to integrate the BMC competition and coach education programmes with the National Strategy.

James is a senior lecturer and Performance Director for Athletics at Cardiff Metropolitan University and currently completing his Doctorate in Sport Coaching. A former International middle-distance runner, he was a finalist at World, European and Commonwealth championships, and is the current World Masters indoor 1500m champion. James success in coaching middle-distance runners led to being named 2017 BMC Coach of the Year and Welsh Athletics awards in 2018 and 2020. He has been a Great Britain team staff member for World U20, European U20 and European U23 Championships.

Matthew joined the BMC Committee as BMC News Editor in 1990. He has been a race organiser since 1993 and was one of the founders of the BMC Grand Prix series in the 1990s. He received the Frank Horwill Award for Outstanding Service to BMC in 2000. A qualified accountant, Matthew has performed a number of roles on the Committee and his current role is Treasurer.

Neville’s early athletic career began as a sprinter, gradually moving up in distance. He has been coaching a number of sports for almost 50 years, taking athletes from grassroots competition through to international status, including former 10km World Champion and Olympic medallist Wendy Sly. The coaches that have mainly influenced his practical coaching philosophy are Franz Stampfl, Arthur Lydiard and Harry Wilson, world-class coaches who confirmed the need for both psychological and physical preparation to be successful.

Tim joined the BMC in 1975 as a 13-year-old to run in the races organised by Frank Horwill at Crystal Palace, and has maintained his membership ever since. Since 1995, he has organised competitions at many venues, particularly Watford, which has built a legendary status for fast times. As Grand Prix director since 1999, Tim has overseen meetings across the country. Tim became chairman of the BMC in 2006, modernising what it does but staying true to core principles.

David is a former Great Britain and England international runner at distances from 3000m up to half-marathon and cross country, later becoming a Great Britain and England Athletics Team Coach, coaching 19 athletes to international status. David is the former Coaching Editor at Athletics Weekly and writer of well over 600 articles and editor of three bookazines. He was the recipient of the Frank Horwill Award for Outstanding Service to BMC and also Lifetime Services to Coaching.

Norman first joined the BMC in 1968 as an athlete. As a coach he has brought many athletes through from novice standard to be UK National Champions over 800m, 1500m and 5000m and selection at five Olympic Games. Norman was the UK National Event Coach for 800m/1500m from 1990 to 1997. During this period, he worked with the BMC to integrate the BMC competition and coach education programmes with the National Strategy.

James is a senior lecturer and Performance Director for Athletics at Cardiff Metropolitan University and currently completing his Doctorate in Sport Coaching. A former International middle-distance runner, he was a finalist at World, European and Commonwealth championships, and is the current World Masters indoor 1500m champion. James success in coaching middle-distance runners led to being named 2017 BMC Coach of the Year and Welsh Athletics awards in 2018 and 2020. He has been a Great Britain team staff member for World U20, European U20 and European U23 Championships.

Matthew joined the BMC Committee as BMC News Editor in 1990. He has been a race organiser since 1993 and was one of the founders of the BMC Grand Prix series in the 1990s. He received the Frank Horwill Award for Outstanding Service to BMC in 2000. A qualified accountant, Matthew has performed a number of roles on the Committee and his current role is Treasurer.

Neville’s early athletic career began as a sprinter, gradually moving up in distance. He has been coaching a number of sports for almost 50 years, taking athletes from grassroots competition through to international status, including former 10km World Champion and Olympic medallist Wendy Sly. The coaches that have mainly influenced his practical coaching philosophy are Franz Stampfl, Arthur Lydiard and Harry Wilson, world-class coaches who confirmed the need for both psychological and physical preparation to be successful.

Tim joined the BMC in 1975 as a 13-year-old to run in the races organised by Frank Horwill at Crystal Palace, and has maintained his membership ever since. Since 1995, he has organised competitions at many venues, particularly Watford, which has built a legendary status for fast times. As Grand Prix director since 1999, Tim has overseen meetings across the country. Tim became chairman of the BMC in 2006, modernising what it does but staying true to core principles.

Important Information

Headingley is just three miles outside the centre of Leeds. Our campus is located within 100 acres of parkland, in perfect contrast to the bustling city, so if it is a nice day you can get out and stretch your legs while you are on campus.

You can get to us from Leeds City Centre via the Otley Road/Woodhouse Lane but please be aware this road is a commuter route and gets very busy at peak times.

 

Arriving by car

Leeds has good motorway links from the M1, M62 and M621 and our Headingley Campus is close to the outer ring road (A6120).


Arriving by public transport

Leeds Train Station is well served by several major rail routes. From there you can get a train to Headingley Train Station or a bus from Leeds City Centre. Headingley Campus is very well connected to the city by a number of regularly running buses.

Hotels

With the exception of the Mercure Leeds Parkway, all of the following hotels are within walking distance of Headingley Campus

Village Hotel, North Leeds
Use code 'LEBKT' when you book for:

  • 10% off your room rate
  • 25% off breakfast (usually £7.50)
  • Complementary car parking (usually £5 per day)
  • Leisure access  (usually £5 per day)
  • Wi-Fi

Flexible cancellation is available up to 7pm the night before you arrive.

Weetwood Hall
Accommodation with breakfast, discounted rates:

  • Mon - Thurs (Standard - £80; Superior - £90)
  • Fri - Sun (Standard - £76; Superior - £86)

Call 0113 230 6000 to book. Speak to Reservations and quote ‘Leeds Beckett’ to receive the discount.

Premier Inn, Headingley

Mercure Leeds Parkway Hotel 
Call 0113 361 1812 (option 1) or email reservations@mercureleeds.co.uk to make reservations, by quoting unique reference: “LEED121121”.

You will be asked to provide card details to guarantee the booking; individual cancellation policy of 28 days prior to day of arrival, as advised.

The lines are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.

Headingley Lodge

Ascot Grange Hotel

All refreshments will be included, including:

  • Coffee and tea breaks
  • Lunches on Saturday and Sunday
  • An informal dinner on the Friday evening (one drink will be included - beer, wine or soft drink)
  • A gala dinner (casual dress) on the Saturday evening (a welcome drink and Half a bottle of wine per person included).

All other alcoholic drinks will be an additional charge and can be purchased at the bars provided on the Friday and Saturday evenings.

12:00

Registration opens

14:00

Welcome

14:05

Strength and conditioning for the endurance runner: Novel insights and practical applications
Dr Richard Blagrove

15:00

Strength and conditioning with talented athletes
Dane Mitchell

16:15

Coffee break 

16:30

Safeguarding the coach and athlete
Professor Sue Backhouse

17:30

Practical session: RAMP protocols and drills
Dane Mitchell, Helen Clitheroe & Andy Henderson 

19:00

Regulation of endurance performance
Dr Andrew Renfree 

20:00

Dinner 


 09:00

Training methods of the world’s best distance runners
Dr Arturo Casado

 10:00

Workshop: The role of the British Athletics Talent Hubs
Dr Andi Drake & Helen Clitheroe

 11:00

Coffee break

 11:30

Practical session: National talent group practical session
Kyle Bennett

Workshop: Assessing strength and muscle function in race walkers
Dr Gareth Nicholson & Josh Walker

 13:00

Lunch

 14:00

Using physiological tests to prescribe endurance training
Professor Andy Jones

 15:00

Workshop: Performance competency assessment screening
Dr Cédric Leduc

Workshop: Coaching the steeplechase
Helen Clitheroe

 16:15

Coffee break

 16:30

A proposed strategy for developing endurance
Chris Jones

 17:30

Workshop: Training and nutrition for ultradistance running
Aly Dixon & Cara Sloss

Workshop: Olympic lessons for European race walkers
Dr Andi Drake

 18:30

How to compete at the World Cross Country
Liz McColgan

 20:00

Gala Dinner


10:00

Training intensity distribution by race-pace in a world-class training group: Successful example of a World & Olympic finalist
Dr Jordan Santos-Concejero

British Milers Club Session: Welcome / Aspects of the 800m
Tim Brennan & Dr Norman Poole

11:00

The coach!
James Thie

Practical session: British Milers Club coaches
David Lowes & Andy Henderson

12:30

Lunch

13:30

British Milers Club Session: Interview with Bernard Uma, Kenyan Olympic Coach
Geoff Wightman

14:30

British Milers Club Session: Interview with Andy Young, British Olympic Coach
James Thie

Workshop: Gracefull Running
Becky Lyne & Marilyn Okoro

Practical session: Race walking
Dr Andi Drake

15:30

Coffee break & closing