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This is our 7th report on the 2019 European Athletics results since the beginning of July. We thank our friend from Catalonia, Carles Baronet, who compiles and edits these amazing reports! Carles loves athletics, and spends much time and concern building these lists. Edited by Carles Baronet - @Trackinsun - http://trackinsun.blogspot.com. Please support the blogspot of Carles as well!

LJ Mihambo winner.jpgMalaika Mihambo, 2019 Muller Anniversary London DL, photo by Getty Images / British Athletics

Hagos Gebrhiwet of Ethiopia leads Jakob Ingebrigtsen of Norway in the Men's 5000m.jpgHagos Gebrhewit battles Jakub Ingebritgsen, 2019 Muller Anniversary London DL, photo by Getty Images / British Athletics

On a recent episode of Gotta Run with Will, RunBlogRun's Staten Island Editor Jeff Benjamin did an excellent interview of Kerri Gallagher and Matt Centrowitz, the coaches of Manhattan College. The interview is wide ranging and Jeff Benjamin spends much time with both of his guests. We think that you will enjoy the 36:09 minute program.

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TOM1-1.pngThe HOKA ONE ONE Coaches Corner is one of our most popular features. The questions are common sense, many from coaches to me in emails, or conversations. Thanks to Franks Gagliano, Tom Nohilly and John Trautmann at HOKA ONE ONE NJNYTC. Thanks to Mike McMannus of HOKA ONE ONE Sports Marketing and Lee Cox, HOKA ONE ONE Global Sales & Management for their support. Finally, thanks to The Shoe Addicts on shooting, editing and producing the series.

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The beginning of training for cross country is less than a month away. This is part of a 34 part video series on cross country with HOKA ONE ONE's NJNYTC coaching staff (Frank Gagliano, Tom Nohilly and John Trautmann).

This is videos 16-20. Thanks to The Shoe Addicts, for shooting and producing the video series for us.

Fauble_ScottLeds-BostonMar19.jpgScott Fauble, photo by PhotoRun.net

JOHN1-1.pngThe HOKA ONE ONE Coaching Corner is a series of tips from Frank Gagliano, Tom Nohilly and John Trautmann, coaches of the HOKA ONE ONE New Jersey New York Track Club. This is tips 11-15, geared to high school track and cross country coaches, and the issues that they face with coaching the 650,000 high school athletes who run middle distance and cross country.

Special thanks to The Shoe Addicts on their production of the series, plus Frank Gagliano, Tom Nohilly and John Trautmann for their time, as well as HOKA ONE ONE for their sponsorship.

This project has been well recieved by coaches across the U.S. Sponsored by HOKA ONE ONE, the NJNYTC's team of coaches provides tips on how to do fartlek, why long runs are important and if 400 meter runners should consider running cross country in the fall season. We thank Frank Gagliano, John Trautmann and Tom Nohilly for their time. The videos were produced for RunBlogRun by the Shoe Addicts. Thanks to HOKA ONE ONE for their sponsorship.

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The coaching staff at HOKA ONE ONE's NJNYTC spoke with us on a series of coaching challenges for young coaches. Frank Gagliano, John Trautmann and Tom Nohilly gave us their time and insights in 34 videos. We are reposting all of them as new coaches had asked about them, but wanted them in an easy to archive form. We will post the videos five at a time. These videos are focused on cross country and distance video.

Special thanks to The Shoe Addicts and the coaching staff of HOKA ONE ONE NJNYTC.

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Special thanks to The Shoe Addicts and the coaching staff of HOKA ONE ONE NJNYTC.

img_0026.jpgOn the trails, photo by Lane 9 Project

Orrin Konheim wrote this piece about the Lane 9 Project, a non-profit organization located in Washington D.C., dedicated to teaching active women and girls about nutrition, fertility, women's health, eating disorder recovery and sport.

img_0026.jpgOn the trails, photo by Lane 9 Project

Orrin Konheim wrote this piece about the Lane 9 Project, a non-profit organization located in Washington D.C., dedicated to teaching active women and girls about nutrition, fertility, women's health, eating disorder recovery and sport.

The long run builds up your strength and endurance. Long runs are a key component to weekly training. Enjoy the run. You have survived the first week! Nice job!

IMG_4945.jpgOut for the long run, photo by HOKA ONE ONE NAZ Elite

Sunday, Januarrry 13, 2019 : Long run, easy 50-55 minutes, cooldown

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