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News24 Nov 2020

Khannouchi says he’s fit for Worlds – Tarasov sidelined

record holder, plans to compete at the IAAF World Championships in Edmonton despite recent back trouble. The Moroccan-born runner will be representing the United States for the first time since becoming a citizen last year.

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Feature21 Oct 2020

Remembering how Snell tore up the Tokyo track on his way to historic double

On 21 October 1964, nine men lined up for the Tokyo Olympic 1500m final. Three minutes and 38.1 seconds later, New Zealand’s Peter Snell became the first man in 44 years to complete an Olympic 800m/1500m double.

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Feature30 Sep 2020

Canada’s Arop sets sights on Tokyo

Canada tallied five medals at the World Athletics Championships Doha 2019, so it was not surprising that Marco Arop’s excellent seventh-place finish in the 800m would be somewhat buried in the team’s performance review.

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Report25 Sep 2020

Obiri and McSweyn victorious in Doha as Wanda Diamond League draws to a close

With about 90 seconds to go in the women’s 3000m at the Wanda Diamond League meeting in Doha on Friday (25), it looked as though Hellen Obiri would register a rare defeat in the Qatari capital.

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Report03 Sep 2020

Ortega leads meeting record spree in Marseille

Orlando Ortega was one of four athletes to break a meeting record at the Meeting de Marseille, clocking 13.15 to win the 110m hurdles at the World Athletics Continental Tour Bronze event on Thursday (3).

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Report25 Aug 2020

Vetter beyond 90 metres again in Chorzow

Germany’s 2017 world champion Johannes Vetter dominated the javelin at the Orlen Kusocinski Memorial, winning with 90.86m at the World Athletics Continental Tour Silver meeting in Chorzow on Tuesday (25).

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News19 Aug 2020

Remembering Albert Hill’s Olympic double, on its 100th anniversary

It was 100 years ago, on 19 August, that Britain's Albert Hill completed a monumental middle distance double at the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp, the last man to achieve that distinction until New Zealand's Peter Snell in 1964. Yet it was the power of his arguments as much as the strength of his legs and lungs that enabled him to become an Olympic legend.

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Feature06 Mar 2020

Winning her battles off the track, Bisset’s rise continues on the track

Catriona Bisset wants to set the record straight.

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Feature05 Mar 2020

Sharing their successes, Nakaayi and Nanyondo help put Uganda on the athletics map

When Halimah Nakaayi burst into an exuberant dance of delight alongside her fellow Ugandan Winnie Nanyondo moments after clinching a shock 800m gold medal, it provided one of the feelgood memories of the World Athletics Championships Doha 2019.

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Performance14 Jan 2020

Jimmy Watkins: running, rock 'n roll and The Ritz

When Jimmy Watkins started running again, he didn’t have much of a plan.

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News12 Jan 2020

Lewandowski and Tuka take on Kszczot in Torun

World 1500m bronze medallist Marcin Lewandowski and world 800m silver medallist Amel Tuka will line up against Adam Kszczot in the 800m at the Copernicus Cup, part of the World Athletics Indoor Tour, in Torun on 8 February.

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News24 Dec 2019

Rudisha’s 800m world record in London voted athletics moment of the decade

David Rudisha’s 2012 Olympic 800m triumph has been chosen as the athletics moment of the decade.

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