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Athletics Programmes and Programming
by Owen van Niekerk
Gold medals galore – this is synonymous with the 60-year career of one of South Africa’s most respected coaches, Owen van Niekerk. And now Van Niekerk is sharing all the secrets of his success in Athletics Programmes and Programming!
Graduated Tables for Performance Optimization in Track and Field
by Owen van Niekerk
The book will provide the reader with answers to two critical questions: 1) What are the essential criteria that should be met by any athlete wishing to participate in a specific Track or Field event? 2) How does a specific athlete measure up to these criteria?