28 Dec '14, 12pm

GB athletes could be denied chance to compete at both international age-group champs & senior World Champs in 2015:

GB athletes could be denied chance to compete at both international age-group champs & senior World Champs in 2015:

‘No-double’ policy for GB age-group athletes next summer by Athletics Weekly December 28, 2014 British Athletics reveals policy which could deny athletes the chance to compete at both international age-group championships and senior World Champs in 2015 British athletes who are selected for either the 2015 European Under-23 Championships or the European Junior Championships will not generally be considered for individual spots at the senior IAAF World Championships later on in the summer, recently-announced selection criteria for the age-group events reveals. The events all take place in the summer of 2015, with British Athletics stating that, in general, the national governing body does not consider it to be “conducive to either short term results or long term development” for under-20 and under-23 athletes to compete at both championships. With the Euro Under-23s taking ...

Full article: http://www.athleticsweekly.com/featured/no-double-policy-...

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