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  UK Athletics Saturday 16 August 2003  
Dr. Ekkart Arbeit's new role as Denise Lewis's trainer has sparked renewed debate about the intense nature of the relationship between female athletes and their male coaches.

Earlier in the week, Sue Mott and Tom McNabb joined Jenni to discuss the issues surrounding individual althetes choosing a coach.
David Moorcroft, Chief Executive of UK Athletics, The National governing body for the sport, joins Martha to answer the points raised from the earlier debate.

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