Interviews with the runners

David Bishop  
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  Interview with Eilish McColgan
Middle distance runner representing Great Britain

Her senior debut for Great Britain came at the 2011 European Team Championships in Stockholm where she competed in the 3000 metres steeplechase, running a personal best while finishing ninth!.

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  Interview with Frank Baddick
Middle distance runner

Frank Baddick is best known for his ability over the 1500m distance. ATW caught up with Frank after his win in the second ATW Met League race at Stevenage.

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  Interview with Gemma Steel
British long distance runner, specialising in cross country and road racing

Gemma’s Senior career started in 2011, where she competed at the International level Cross Country races. In 2013 Gemma Steel took the senior victory in the 127th English National Cross Country Championships in Wollaton Park.

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  Interview with Helen Clitheroe
Middle and long distance runner representing Great Britain

She has competed at the 2000 Sydney Olympics in the 1500m and 3000m steeplechase in 2008. One of her best achievements to date was when she won the bronze at the 2002 Commonwealth Games for 1500m.

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  Interview with Richard Goodman
Middle and long distance runner

Richard was recently crowned the Southern Cross Country Champion in Jan 2014 when he stormed to victory over tough conditions at Parliament Hill. He has since followed this victory up with another win in the BUCS Cross Country Championships in Stirling.

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  Interview with Scott Overall
Long distance runner

Scott Overall is one of Great Britain's best distance runners with a personal best of 2 hours 10 and 55 seconds which he achieved at the Berlin Marathon in 2011. This time gave Scott the 'A-Standard' and a place for Team GB at the London Olympics.

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  Interview with Steve Way
Long distance and ultra runner

In 2007 Steve was 16 1/2 stone, had high blood pressure, 20 cigarettes a day habit and was addicted to fast food! Fast forward to present day and Steve, now 40, has since ran over 26,000 miles and earned himself a place at the Commonwealth Games.

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