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Carlisle javelin star Lee Doran hopes his career is airborne again as he prepares to fly out to America for a month’s warm-weather training.
 
Doran hopes the opportunity of intensive training in the Florida sunshine will help him to make up ground af...
David Foster Memorial – 24th March 2013
 
A promising teenage athlete who died after inhaling petrol fumes on a camping trip in 2010 would have made a top javelin-thrower competing in this year’s Olympics.
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By Lee Doran
On 10 Feb, 2013
All about Progression…
 
We’re into February now and it is starting to get quite close to the new summer season. I am starting to see progressions in everything I am doing! I am now back lifting close to my best with my explosi...
By Lee Doran
On 28 Jan, 2013
After a long process with my rehab through the winter, I had the opportunity to take time in making my decision on who would coach me and who would kindly agree to coach me after the departure of Esa as this would be a very important decision because I am looking at this being a 5 year relat...
Finance snub has hampered my injury recovery, claims Carlisle javelin ace
 
 
Carlisle javelin star Lee Doran believes losing his £8,000-a-year funding has prolonged his injury crisis.
 
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By Lee Doran
On 15 Jan, 2013
Hey guys! The last two weeks has been really tough with my body just about back to full training and I am feeling the effect of this!! I am now into the start of my General Preparation Phase so this includes some tough sessions. The next couple of months are where I will be concentrating on ...
By Lee Doran
On 04 Jan, 2013
Happy New year everyone!! Although I had a great Christmas and New Year with my family it was a struggle over the festive period to find facilities where I could train. It’s the start of 2013 with competitions such as the European Team Championships & UK World Trials followed by th...
Well I carried out my first javelin technical session but just on grass and my ankle has responded well with no soreness and tightness. I have been carrying out a very important rehab programme for my ankle to allow me to put forces through my left foot so I will have to be very careful on h...
First I would like to update people on my rehab and how my ankle is responding to treatment. The last two weeks have been tough both mentally and physically with getting over the infection that plagued my ankle and also not knowing yet what the future holds. I face making some tough decision...
By Lee Doran
On 13 Nov, 2012
Well we are into the start of the 3rd week since my operation and everything was going smoothly and I was ahead of schedule. Since a visit to the specialist, they are really pleased with the progress I have made during the past 3 weeks. Whilst struggling to take part in full training, I am s...

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