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Britain’s Rutherford withdraws from athletic worlds

WORLD long jump champion Greg Rutherford will not defend his crown in London next month after being forced to withdraw from the championships through injury, British Athletics announced yesterday. The ...

July 26, 2017, Wednesday

8 more Russians cleared

THE IAAF says its doping panel has cleared eight more Russian track and field athletes to compete internationally as neutrals, and refused 53 other applications. The latest athletes accepted include hammer ...

July 21, 2017, Friday

IAAF provisionally bans Fredericks in graft probe

FOUR-TIME Olympic medalist Frankie Fredericks has been suspended from duty by track and field’s governing body, the IAAF, while he is investigated for alleged corruption suspected of being linked to the ...

July 18, 2017, Tuesday

Paralympian dies during training

PARALYMPIC athlete Abdullah Hayayei has died while preparing for the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships, which begin in London tomorrow, the International Paralympic Committee has confirmed. Hayayei, ...

July 13, 2017, Thursday

McLeod hurdles to Jamaican glory

Omar McLeod clocks 12.90 seconds to set a new Jamaican national record in the 110-meter hurdles final, ahead of runner-up Ronald Levy (left) at 13.12 during the Jamaica National Track & Field senior trials in Kingston on Saturday. The reigning world champion’s time eclipsed the previous Jamaican record of 12.94 set by Hansle Parchment in 2014 in Paris. McLeod has set his sights on Aries Merritt’s world record of 12.80 which he hopes to break before the world championships in London in August. Apart from Merritt, only Cuban Dayron Robles (12.87), China’s Liu Xiang (12.88) and fellow American David Oliver (12.89) have run faster....

June 26, 2017, Monday

Emotional Bolt’s last race in Jamaica

Jamaica’s Olympic champion Usain Bolt greets the crowd while riding around the National Stadium in Kingston before running his final 100 meters sprint at the 2nd Racers Grand Prix on Saturday. An emotional Bolt recovered from a moderate start to win the race, clocking 10.03 seconds. The multiple Olympic and world gold medalist, who will retire after August’s world championships in London, confessed to being a nervous wreck before running his last race on Jamaican soil. ...

June 12, 2017, Monday

Cuba’s Robles eyes worlds after two injury-hit seasons

DAYRON Robles insists he has refound his mojo after two injury-hit seasons, the 2008 Olympic hurdles gold medallist now aiming to bag a trip to August’s world championships in London. Robles was back ...

June 10, 2017, Saturday

Bolt to run 100 at Ostrava

USAIN Bolt will return to the Golden Spike track meet in the Czech city of Ostrava to run the 100 meters. Organizers say the eight-time Olympic champion will run on June 28. Bolt will race for the 9th ...

June 7, 2017, Wednesday

Mini marathon for children

THOUSANDS of children aged between 9 and 13 years took part in a 4.2-kilometer “mini marathon” in Shanghai over the weekend. The Shangma Speed X Series Kids Run, starting and finishing at Shanghai Children’s ...

June 5, 2017, Monday

3,000 runners participate in Dongtan Challenge in Chongming

ABOUT 3,000 runners took part in “Under Armour The Strongest SIIC Dongtan Challenge” in Chongming Island. The participants had to run 4km before completing a 9km cross-country route at the Dongtan Wetland ...

May 30, 2017, Tuesday


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