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Carlisle javelin star Lee Doran will delay retirement plans so he can compete at the 2016 Rio Olympics after admitting the Commonwealth Games has fired him up.
 
Doran, the UK No1, saw his medal dream die in Glasgow when he finished eighth ...
TRAINING (Competition Schedule)
 
Monday
AM – Rest
PM – Weights
• Overhead step ups (3 x 12 at 60k) and S/L step jumps ( 3 x 8 (R+L) at bodyweight)
• Full cle...
Lee Doran (coach: Chris Watts) made history at the British Championships as the first javelin thrower of the modern era to win four consecutive UK titles.
 
Doran’s best of 70.71m was enough to give him a record fourth straight win, t...
Penarth discus ace Morse and javelin thrower Doran will compete but Commonwealth champion Dai Greene, who is recovering from injury, and European gold medallist Rhys Williams are not involved with Rick Yates taking the 400m hurdles spot.
 
Welsh duo Brett M...
Carlisle javelin star Lee Doran has virtually clinched his place at this summer’s Commonwealth Games after firing himself to the top of the UK rankings.
 
Doran won the Welsh Championships in Cardiff on Saturday with his first-round t...
Wales Commonwealth Games medal hopeful Lee Doran this weekend picked up gold at The Welsh Championships in Cardiff with a throw and Season’s Best of 76.61m.
 
Doran took one throw at the Welsh Championships to prove he is rounding into shape to finall...
By Lee Doran
On 10 May, 2014
Arrived in Portugal safe and sound and had a couple days of some light work, physio and stretching. The main body of my training starts tomorrow (Monday 14th April). On arrival first thoughts of the whole sports village here is very good. Great facilities on site, a nice cold pool, track is ...
By Lee Doran
On 21 Apr, 2014
Hey guys!
 
With the 1st week been and gone, I have been pretty happy with how things have been progressing! One thing my coach Chris Watts wanted from the camp is to stay sensible and train smart! I have surprised myself this week with my explosive tests (...
Lee Doran started out as a middle-distance runner when his parents took him to the local Carlisle Aspatria club at the age of 10.
 
After a couple of years of trying many different events, his sister, Colette, had been throwing the javelin and he decided to...
After a good month break away from athletics and javelin, it was great to be back training once again! I think as an athlete it’s good just to get that away time as it brings back that bit of bite I think everyone needs. My body has thanked me for it also as from January it was a very ...

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