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Welcome to our comprehensive lead-in coverage to the Muller Grand Prix, the 12th stop of the 2018 IAAF Diamond League.
The Confederation of African Athletics has announced the African team for the IAAF Continental Cup Ostrava 2018 to be held on 8-9 September.
Spain’s 2016 European 200m champion Bruno Hortelano is currently on the crest of a wave, having set national records for both the 200m and 400m this season. The 26-year-old delves into both his past and present to explain his passion for running fast.
The winning team of the IAAF Continental Cup Ostrava 2018 will be awarded with a unique trophy at the end of the competition, which runs from 8-9 September.
The world order has shifted somewhat since the sport’s top stars were last in action on the IAAF Diamond League circuit. In no discipline has that shift been more pronounced than the women’s 200m, the event which promises to be the centrepiece of the last qualification fixture in Birmingham on Saturday (18) before the two IAAF Diamond League finals in Zurich (30) and Brussels (31).
Later this week, the IAAF Diamond League heads to Birmingham for the 12th meeting in the 2018 series. Here we look back at three of the more memorable moments from the British city.
Jamaican 800m record-holder Natoya Goule outlines a landmark run from this season’s IAAF Diamond League circuit for her high moment and a gloomy memory from the 2017 campaign for her low moment.
Reigning TCS New York City Marathon champions Geoffrey Kamworor and Shalane Flanagan will defend their titles at the IAAF Gold Label road race on Sunday 4 November.
Experienced Getty Images photographer Richard Heathcote offers his take on his overhead shot of the end of the 5000m heats at the IAAF World Championships London 2017.
Dozens of records fell at last week’s NACAC Championships in Toronto in what was the third edition of the event.
The provisional entry lists for the 12th meeting of the 2018 IAAF Diamond League in Birmingham on 18 August are now available.
The European Championships drew to a close less than 24 hours ago, but it has already been hailed by many as one of the most memorable and exciting editions in living memory.
Jamaica’s Fedrick Dacres and USA’s Shamier Little produced superlative performances on Sunday (12), the final day of the third NACAC Championships, a competition that saw 27 records set or broken during the three-day event at Varsity Stadium in Toronto.
Spain’s Kilian Jornet and Kenya’s Lucy Wambui Murigi lived up to expectations in the third WMRA World Cup race of 2018, winning at the Sierre-Zinal race in the Valais village of Zinal, Switzerland, on Sunday (12).
They must have known this day was coming, even if the hurried nature of its arrival took them by surprise.
It was the golden double that rippled around the world, a feat of athletic mastery most could only dream of at any stage of their careers, never mind at the tender age of 17.
Two countries dominated the second day of the third NACAC Championships as USA’s Kenny Harrison, Ajee Wilson and Jenna Prandini all set championship records, while Jamaican athletes collected four gold medals at Toronto’s Varsity Stadium on Saturday (11).
Britain’s newly crowned European 400m champion Matt Hudson-Smith is the next world-class athlete to have confirmed his attendance in Birmingham at next Saturday’s Muller Grand Prix, the next stop in the IAAF Diamond League.
First there was fear, then there was deference, and in the end there was nothing but absolute resignation from Europe’s best distance runners.
Just days after crashing out of the decathlon at the European Championships, world champion Kevin Mayer announced he would compete at the Decastar meeting, part of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge, in Talence on 15-16 September.