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The “Africans”: covert racism in long distance running

In this article, Fast 10’s Jack Gray considers how the more subtle and nuanced form of covert racism, can manifest in the long-distance running community. For...

  • We all have a role in sporting equality

    Fast10’s Jack Gray has written a thought-provoking piece after talking to female runners about their experiences of running, and how the lockdown...

  • Pushing the tempo

    In this article Jack Gray gives us his thoughts on tempo running, a key part of how he went from a...

  • The engaged athlete

    Following on from Jack Gray’s post last week, the Cambridge & Coleridge athlete talks about getting the athlete to take some ownership of their training. ...

  • Bound to the plan

    In this two-part Fast 10 blog, Jack Gray considers whether overly prescriptive coaching, underpinned by the prevailing conceptualisation of the athlete as...

  • Couch to (the Mid-Cheshire) 5k

    After two months off running due to injury, Jack Gray sets out how he intends to get off his couch, and...

  • That track is bloody short

    In his first Fast10 blog Jack Gray explores why a blind reliance on technology has the potential to make us more...

  • Fast10: Jack Gray

    Jack Gray first jumped onto the FastRunning headlines because of a ghost run, but since then has regularly featured in the...

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