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JOHN1-1.pngJohn Trautmann is one of the three coaches for HOKA ONE ONE NJNYTC. Trautmann was a fine high school, college and post collegiate athlete, having made the 1992 Olympic team. John also came back as a Masters runner and ran a new WR indoor for the mile.

Trautmann was asked what he loves about coaching. He could have gone on for an hour.

FRANK1-1.pngFrank Gagliano has been one of our most important coaches and educators for over five decades. Gags is not one to mince words. He loves his athletes and they know when they do well and do not do well. That is part of the educational process. Gags dream is to give young American distance runners the best chance to challenge their limits.

The Shoe Addicts and RunBlogRun met with the HOKA ONE ONE NJNYTC Coaching Staff at the Martinez Classic in June 2017. Questions were asked and answers were provided, and we hope that you enjoy this answers and use them. We have broken the questions into 34 different videos.

This is Coach Gags speaking on the need for coaches to be at workouts.

TOM1-1.pngTom Nohilly is one of the two assistant coaches at HOKA ONE ONE NJNYTC. He is a former steeplechaser who made two World Championship teams. Tom, like John Trautmann, was coached by Frank Gagliano in college and as a post collegiate. Now, some years later, Tom and John work with Frank Gagliano, to help a group of young American distance runners challenge their limits in the NJNYTC.

In this video, Tom Nohilly provides us some suggestions on how to speak to young athletes on their first big race. This is the big race season, and it shakes athletes up. Tom Nohilly uses his experiences well as a coach and offers suggestions on how to reach your young athlete rand how to inspire them for the upcoming big races.

Today is Wednesday, an easy run plus some stride outs, keep it relaxed.

IMG_5330.jpgRunning on the Trails, photo by HOKA ONE ONE NAZ Elite

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 -warm up, easy 50 minutes, 8 x150 meter stride outs, cooldown, cooldown.

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Barshim celebrated also in Sweden
LUND (SWE): Last weekend the High Jump World champion Mutaz Essa Barshim staged his European wedding in Sweden. Among the some 100 guests also French pole vault star Renaud Lavillenie, Italian star Gianmarco Tamberi and South African World record holder Wayde Van Niekerk. This part followed the wedding staged in Qatar with some 300 guests. His wife is now Alexandra Barshim with roots in athletics.

Caster Semenya is one of the finest athletes in our sport. This interview was done by Stuart Weir and is part of his Ten Questions series that we will be posting.

Semenya_Caster1a-Pre18.jpgCaster Semenya, photo by PhotoRun.net

Bekele_Kenenisa1-Berlin17.jpgKenenisa Bekele, photo by Photorun.net

Steven Landells wrote this piece on the toughest session that athletes face. Steven writes about the NN Running Team, on a weekly basis. This is the column for this week.

Kamworor_Geoffrey-PreC16.jpgGeoffrey Kamworor, photo by PhotoRun.net

Semenya_CasterFHL-Pre18.jpgCaster Semenya, photo by PHotoRun.net

BLOEMFONTEIN (RSA): Caster Semenya won two awards at the annual SA Sports Awards in Bloemfontein last night. The world and Olympic 800m champion was named Sportswoman of the Year and Sports Star of the Year at the awards held by Sport and Recreation South Africa, a national government department. From iol.co.za.

Semenya_CasterFV-Monaco18.jpgCaster Semenya, photo by PhotoRun.net

Mohamed Reda El Aaraby portrait.jpgMohammed El Aaraby wins BLOM Bank Beirut Marathon, photo by BAM Press

Medina Deme Armino finish.jpgMedina Deme Armino wins BLOM Bank Beirut, photo by BAM Press

The Beirut Marathon is one of the largest and most important races in the world. In a corner of the world complicated by global politics, the Marathon brings people from around the world to enjoy the beauty and culture of Lebanon. Here is a story on the BLOM Beirut Marathon.

Gebrselassie resigned

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Gebreselassie_Haile1-IAAFgala16.jpgHaile Gebrselassie, photo by PhotoRun.net
Gebrselassie resigned
ADDIS ABABA (ETH): Ethiopian journalist Elshadai Negash has reported that Haile Gebrselassie has stepped down as President of the Ethiopian Athletics Federation after two years in function. "Happening now: @hailegebr announces shock resignation from #Ethiopia Athletics Federation presidency. First #EAF president to quit midterm in seventeen years," he said on Twitter. "Resignation comes after protests by athletes in #Sululta complaining of lack of facilities and services by the federation. @HaileGebr says differences are not longer reconcilable," writes Negash. The federation vice-president, 1992 Olympic champion Derartu Tulu will assume the presidential duties until new elections are held.
-- Elshadai Negash (@ElshSuperStar) November 12, 2018

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