On a more serious note, my thoughts on your programme:
Early Prep – your running sessions are decent enough, you have an acceleration bias, which seems ideal. I assume your 16x200m is tempo, so it seems odd that you have this to start off the week. It might be better placed in the middle of the week.
Indoor prep – as above re:tempo. Running sessions again seem good, although on the 4×60, 4x80m I would have greater recovery. Same goes for the Jan/Feb sessions. The 150m sessions are going to be hard (which isn’t a bad thing), although I am concerned that Jan-Feb has what seems to be 4 consecutive high intensity running days.
Outdoor running sessions – your tempo session appears to have become less tempo, more endurance based. 3x250m off 5 minutes in ~30 seconds is reasonably challenging (or at least it would be for me) – and again you follow this up with 4xhigh intensity running sessions.
My honest assessment of your whole schedule is that there are some good ideas there, but it appears to be like a 400m runner planning a sprint programme (which is exactly what it is!) – in that there appears to be quite a lot of hard work, and little CNS recovery. Regarding weights, there is along period of Max Strength work, whereas I personally would break that up with power-orientated weight phases.
Im happy to send you over a generic schedule I have designed for a high-level 100/200m runner if you want it, which you could modify to suit your needs – or just disregard it completely! PM me if you like.