EME NEWS (SEP 30, 2011)
WILD CARDS FOR KENYANS
WORLD INDOOR JUNIOR RECORDS
JODIE WILLIAMS IS THE RISING STAR
MILLS ABOUT HIS SPRINTERS
KENYA VS. ETHIOPIA IN SLOVAKIA
GLASGOW (GBR): Glasgow 2014 has appointed the highly-experienced Australian Jacqui Murdoch as its director of Games time delivery. Murdoch has been involved in several major events since 2000 when she was the venue manager for beach volleyball at the Sydney Olympics. Since then she has worked for Vancouver 2010, where she was the vice-president Games services and accommodation at the Winter Olympics and Paralympics. Murdoch has also worked on the 2002 and 2006 Commonwealth Games respecitvely, working as the deputy director sport and venues at Manchester and as the general manager, venues and overlay in Melbourne. She also worked as a consultant for London 2012, where she was an expert advisor for venue planning, and most recently Rio 2016, where she advised on Games strategy and governance.
CHELYABINSK (RUS): World 800 m champion Mariya Savinova informed that she will spent now some time at home in Chelyabinsk and heal her slight injuries from the summer. Then she plans the traditional training camp in Kirgizstan. During that time she will decide whether to compete during the indoor season. “There will be no experiments like this winter when I competed only once at 600 m during Russian Winter meet,” she said.