|Sport:||Track and Field|
|Role:||The Fastest Woman Alive over 100m & Now Coach|
London will have the sporting worlds attention once again over the next 10 days as it plays host to yet another major championships – the IAAF World Athletics Championships. Few can believe that 5 years have passed since we experienced Super Saturday (the greatest night of British Sporting History as Jess Ennis, Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford won Olympic Gold in the space of 45 minutes for GB), Usain Bolt winning his 4th, 5th and 6th Olympic Gold medal, David Rudisha’s phenomenal World Record breaking 800m and of course who could forget the greatest relay in history as USA Women stormed across the finish line in World Record breaking time.
Throughout the next 10 days however, we will be doing all we can to report on the female coaches involved with the World Championships and their athletes performances. Through interviews, blogs, videos and images, we will be highlighting the women behind the athletes and sharing with you their stories and coaching journey’s.
We will also be sharing with you some of our FCN teams experiences of their visit to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium through our twitter and Instagram pages. FCN Academy Sports Psychologist and Javelin Coach Louise Capicotto will be visiting the Games to share her experience and FCN founder and sprints coach Vicky Huyton will be reporting back on her experience at the Marathons and of course the track events.
If you are visiting the Championships as a fan or a coach – get in touch now and get involved!
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