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Lacey Henderson: What Makes Me Hungry for More

Posted by admin on Fri, Oct 07, 2016

From originally missing out on making the US Paralympic team, to meeting President Barack Obama, 2016 has been a wild ride for Team Athletigen’s Lacey Jai Henderson.

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Topics: athletigen, genetics, Olympian, olympics, paralympian, paralympics, sports genetics, altis, Editorial, track and field

Olympic Genetics: Jeremy Dodson's Athletigen Profile

Posted by Casey Jones on Wed, Jul 20, 2016

Jeremy Dodson didn’t always have aspirations for the Olympic stage in track and field.

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Topics: ACTN3, football, Olympian, olympics, worrier warrior, ADRB2, altis, comt, dodson, Editorial, jeremy, sprinter, track and field

Track and Field: The Origin of Modern Day Sport

Posted by Casey Jones on Wed, Apr 13, 2016

This year marks the 120th anniversary of the first modern Olympic Games. In our retrospective of the past 49 Olympic Games, we have seen feats of extraordinary athletic ability performed on the world’s greatest stage. Thousands of athletes have graced the Olympic arena in the hundreds of events the Olympics offer.

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Topics: Uncategorised, altis, jahvid best, track and field

There's No Perfect Recipe For Success: The Interplay Between Genetics and Environment

Posted by Sean Sinden on Tue, Nov 17, 2015

Athletic performance is an intricate mix between coaching, training, access to resources, motivation, and genetics. There is no one perfect recipe for success, because of the complex dependency between these factors.

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Topics: athletics, donald thomas, genetics, Editorial, environment, high jump, stefan holm, track and field

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