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Kaan Kigen Ozbilen and Yasemin Can made it a Turkish double in the senior races at the SPAR European Cross Country Championships, held in icy conditions in Samorin, Slovakia, on Sunday morning (10).
In his final month in the U20 ranks, 19-year-old Mathew Kimeli showed he is more than ready to make the transition into the seniors after winning the senior men’s 10km at the fourth Athletics Kenya Cross Country meeting in Iten on Saturday (9).
Kenya’s Dickson Kipsang Tuwei and Rahma Tusa of Ethiopia claimed victories at the Guangzhou Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label road race, on Sunday (10).
Phyllis Francis was crowned world 400m champion in London earlier this year, but looking back on her career she believes another key moment came at the 2016 US Olympic Trials when she achieved her maiden sub-50-second clocking over the one-lap distance.
Kim Collins will make his seventh appearance at the PSD Bank Meeting when he lines up for the 60m at the IAAF World Indoor Tour meeting in Dusseldorf on 6 February 2018.
Course record-holder Mulu Seboka of Ethiopia will return to the Guangzhou Marathon on Sunday (10) in a bid to regain her title from five years ago at the IAAF Silver Label road race.
As part of the IAAF Knowledge Management Programme and after a successful experience in London, the IAAF Observer Programme is set to continue at all of the IAAF World Athletics events.
More people than ever before tuned in last summer to watch the world’s top athletes compete for the Diamond Trophy, as 2017 saw increased viewing figures across the world for the IAAF Diamond League.
World 4x100m relay champion Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake will be among the headliners in the 60m at the Müller Indoor Grand Prix Glasgow Sunday 25 February, the sixth stop on the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Tour.
World decathlon champion Kevin Mayer, world indoor 60m hurdles silver medallist Pascal Martinot-Lagarde and Olympic 200m bronze medallist Christophe Lemaitre are all set to compete at the Meeting de Paris when the IAAF Diamond League reaches the French capital on 30 June.
Organisers of the Boston Marathon have confirmed that this year’s winners, Edna Kiplagat and Geoffrey Kirui, will defend their titles at the IAAF Gold Label road race on 16 April 2018.
Four winners of various major titles will clash in the pole vault at the Copernicus Cup, the Polish leg of the IAAF World Indoor Tour, in Torun on 15 February.
Zadar - the home city of Stipe Zunic - was once described by iconic movie director Alfred Hitchcock as having “the most beautiful sunset in the world.”
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. A tale of two capital cities witnessing contrasting chapters in the history of Venezuela.
An eight-foot bronze statue of Usain Bolt was unveiled at Jamaica’s National Stadium in Kingston on Sunday (3).
World steeplechase silver medallist Courtney Frerichs runs with a fearlessness which has allowed the rising US endurance runner to flourish on the international stage. But that approach to racing hasn’t always been there.
Derara Hurisa Desalegn and Gete Alemayehu triumphed in the senior 10km races at the second Ethiopian Clubs and Regions Cross Country meeting of the season on Sunday (3).
It may have been one of the slowest marathons of her burgeoning career, but Pamela Rotich’s 2:38:31 triumph at the Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon on Sunday (3) was her first victory at an IAAF Gold Label event.
After breaking away from pre-race favourite Bedan Karoki at 36 kilometres, Norway’s Sondre Nordstad Moen went on to win the Fukuoka Marathon on Sunday (3), clocking a European record of 2:05:48 at the IAAF Gold Label road race.
The IAAF Diamond League champion and world 1500m silver medallist Timothy Cheruiyot has enjoyed a stellar year but the Kenyan says his win in the 2016 IAAF Diamond League final changed the course of his career.