Polar v800

Polar Announces the World’s Smartest Training Computer

Polar has unveiled the world's smartest and most advanced training computer. Designed for professional athletes and demanding amateurs for whom sport is a way of life, the new Polar V800 with integrated GPS helps you reach peak performance just when you need it. It combines your workout training load with data on the small activities you do every day, so you have a true picture of your required recovery time before getting out there again. It's technology you'll want on your wrist 24/7.

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Mo Europeans

Mo back with a bang!

Kick-starting the GB NI gold rush that has been labelled 'Wicked Wednesday' at the European Championships last night, was Mo Farah (handicap MINUS 6.4) who returned with a bang to secure 10,000m gold and lead Andy Vernon (MINUS 6.5) to a British one-two.

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Jo Pavey

Jo Pavey gives GB and NI the mother of all starts

Just as she did at Glasgow 2014, Jo Pavey (handicap MINUS 2.6) defied her age once again to kick away from a stellar 10,000m field and take European Championship gold at the age of 40. After 5,000m bronze in Glasgow 10 days ago, all eyes were on the mother of two to see what she could do here in Zurich and she delivered, taking victory in 32.22.39.

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