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Wynn Gmitroski On The 800m: Part One

In the first part of this presentation Wynn Gmitroski delivers his thoughts on the annual training cycle for 800m athletes to an audience at the 2011 European Endurance Conference.

Gmitroski, who has attended five Olympic Games and 12 World Championships as a coach, is the former coach to 2007 World Championships 800m silver medallist Gary Reed; the Canadian Record holder with a best of 1:43.68 and fourth place finisher in the 2008 Olympic Games. Currently the Head Coach at the Canadian National Endurance Centre, he also coached Angela Chalmers; Olympic 3000m bronze medallist and Commonwealth gold medallist, and Diane Cummins; double World Championships finalist and Commonwealth Games 800m silver medallist in Manchester.

Other parts in the series:

Wynn Gmitroski On The 800m: Part Two

Wynn Gmitroski On The 800m: Part Three

  • Uploaded: 01.12.2011
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Comments (1)

  1. Posted by David Saker on 13/02/2012 at 04:41 PM

    Very Interesting I would like to see the 2nd part of the lecture.

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