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Emelia’s Coverage in Student Sport Magazine

Take a look at the article written for February’s issue of Student Sport Magazine; features include a look at BUCS Cross and her life at university incorporating her running. Click on the images to see full size. Front Cover Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6


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Being the Big Brother of Emelia Gorecka

The reason I started running has posted a blog about being related to me. Josh has always been a role model for me, both inside and outside of our sport. Here he has written a blog for Runners Life… Its a very honest and funny read! Go ahead and check it out… Easy, I find that this particular little topic leaks into the pores of most athletic based conversations I find myself engaged in, so I thought I’d lay it down. I think I was around 14 when Emelia decided to come 6th in the U13 South of England cross (read more...)


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Emelia Gorecka on Euros, Uni and what is to come

The following is an athleticos article written by Ciara-Sinead Dullaghan.   Emelia Gorecka is a household name in most athletic households. A fruitful premiership of national and international junior titles sets Emelia up for what looks to be an impressive athletic career. Off the back of the European Championships and halfway through her first year at University, Emelia breaks down what life as a professional athlete and University student looks like. Budapest provided the snowy backdrop for Emelia’ return to the European XC Championships. However, unfortunately this time there was no gold. “I can’t not be happy” Emelia laments over her (read more...)


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Rudyard Kipling’s ‘If’

If you can keep your head when all about you… My elder brother Josh was in Year 4 when he was asked to learn and recite the poem ‘If’ in front of the whole of our primary school. At the time I was too young to appreciate the mottos and maxims that it conveys, and it wasn’t until I had to go to my first big competition on my own that I started to take note of the power of the meaning behind the words. I was sitting in a hotel room the night before my English Schools final where (read more...)


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