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Pierre-Jean Vazel’s A History of Sprinting (Part 2)

In the part two of his lecture 'A History of Sprinting', delivered at the European Sprints and Hurdles Conference in 2012, Pierre-Jean Vazel discusses how sprint training and methodology has evolved over the years.

Pierre-Jean Vazel was the coach to Men’s 100m African record holder (9.85s) and 2008 World Champion over 60m Olusoji Fasuba. PJ has also coached several of Frances’ most famous sprinters including Ronald Pognon and Christine Arron. In addition to working with elite athletes, he also coaches young developing sprinters and hurdlers at ES Montgeron Athletic Club near Paris and is a reporter for the IAAF and La Monde. A trained artist, Vazel also has a keen interest in Track and Field statistics. Through years of research he has developed an excellent understanding of the history of the sprints and hurdles across the world and collects data on the training methods of many of the world’s most famous athletes and coaches.

Other parts in the series:

Pierre-Jean Vazel's A History of Sprinting (Part 1)

Pierre-Jean Vazel's A History of Sprinting (Part 3)

Pierre-Jean Vazel's A History of Sprinting (Part 4)

Pierre-Jean Vazel's A History of Sprinting (Part 5)

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