Bruck leaps up the rankings

By Danny Caro, September 6, 2012

Roger Bruck achieved 1.25m in the High Jump at the Southern Counties Veterans Finals at Ashford. His effort , an M70 championship record, lifted him to second in the UK M70 rankings.


Peters powers home

By Brian Sacks, August 23, 2012

David Peters, 41, ran his first sub-two minute 800m as an M40 veteran at the Herne Hill Harriers Open Meeting. Taking the lead from the start and enjoying perfect conditions for racing, his winning time of 1:58.95 places him third in his age group in the country.

Harrow AC runner Nick Davis, 18, set a 400m PB of 52.31 in the British Athletics League in Eton.


Olympic Games: Day 16 round-up

By Danny Caro, August 12, 2012

There was drama on the last day of the Olympics as Israeli marathon runner Zohar Zmiro collapsed at the finish line and was taken away in a wheelchair for medical assistance.

Zmiro, who was born in Ethiopia, was illl during the run, but determined to finish. He placed 81st in 2:34:59.

He collapsed at the finish line and received medical treatment before being taken away in a wheelchair.


I can be proud of my Olympic effort, says Solomon

By Danny Caro, August 9, 2012

It’s rare for an Australian to finish last in a race and be happy, but there’s more to Steven Solomon than meet the eye.


Olympic Games: Day 13 round-up

By Danny Caro, August 9, 2012

Several more Jewish athletes are in action on Day 13 of the 2012 London Olympics.

Steve Solomon helped Australia finish fourth in the heats of the 4x400m relay at the Olympic Stadium.

Julie Zetlin of America and Israel's Neta Rivkin were in action in the Rhythmic Gymnastics competition at Wembley Arena.


Peters powers home

By Brian Sacks, August 6, 2012

David Peters, 41, won the British Masters 1,500m title at Derby in commanding style.

Leading the race from start to finish, his time of 4:04.50 was the fastest winning time in the Championships for several years.

Hampstead-based Peters, who runs for Herne Hill Harriers, achieved an identical time four days later in an Open Graded Meeting at Watford.


Super Solomon reaches 400m final

By Danny Caro, August 6, 2012

Australian sprint sensation Steven Solomon reflected on another great run after reaching his first Olympic final.

The 19-year-old from Sydney qualified for Monday night's final as one of the fastest losers after finishing third in his semi-final at the Olympic Stadium.


Interview with Stan Greenberg - JC Legends

By Brian Sacks, July 26, 2012

A measure of Stan Greenberg’s reputation is the title of his latest book. His publishers insisted that it be called Stan Greenberg’s Olympic Almanack, confident that his name in the title would guarantee higher sales. The book is Greenberg’s eighth consecutive compendium of Olympic facts and figures.


Hurley is top of the class

By Danny Caro, July 19, 2012

Jessica Hurley, 12, cut her 800m personal best to 2:28.02 in winning her race at the Watford Graded Open meeting. Hurley, of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers, jumped to 22nd in the UK under 13 rankings in the process.


Sanford called up to join Israel's Olympic squad

By Danny Caro, July 13, 2012

Donald Sanford has been added to Israel’s Olympic squad following his excellent performance at the European Championships.

The American-born sprinter had looked set to miss out on the London Games, but received a reprieve after the Israel Olympic Committee added him to the squad.