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The December issue of AW looks back on 2022 through the eyes of our 2022 Readers’ Choice Awards winners.
Our readers voted in their thousands to decide upon the identity of those deserving of further recognition and we have exclusive interviews and features on every successful athlete across the categories.
Women’s 400m hurdles world record-holder Sydney McLaughlin has had a particularly memorable year and the American outlines a fresh challenge she has in mind for herself in 2023, while we also analyse what makes another history-making athlete this year – pole vault superstar Mondo Duplantis – so much better than the rest.
From a British point of view, Jake Wightman relives his 1500m gold medal-winning moment in Eugene, while Eilish McColgan explains why her partner Michael Rimmer joining her on the road has made such a difference to her performance levels.
We also look in-depth at the next generation of athletics stars coming through, plus the Masters and Para athletes who have excelled.
The issue also features a trail running special which includes a big interview with 16-year-old world champion Jess Bailey, an analysis of the inaugural World Mountain and Trail Running Championships in Thailand plus a look at the ingredients which add up to Kilian Jornet being the very best in the world.
With Christmas on the horizon, we provide plenty of gift ideas for the athlete in your life, plus there is the usual packed performance section as well as columns from Katharine Merry and Verity Ockenden. Former Olympic marathon runner Alyson Dixon answers your questions in Ask the Athlete, too.