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World and Olympic steeplechase champion Conseslus Kipruto will drop the barriers in favour of the boards on 25 February when he competes at the Müller Indoor Grand Prix Glasgow, the sixth and final stop on the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Tour.
Our 2017 end-of-year review series starts with Paul Warburton looking back at the best race walking performances of the year.
The conclusion of 2017 brings with it our traditional look back at the year gone by, beginning with our end-of-year reviews.
Christian Olsson can still remember the pain – a piercing, grating, bone-on-bone sensation that told him his career was over.
Irolán Echevarría, a decorated coach in Cuba and the region, died after a long disease on 11 December, his 74th birthday.
Anouk Vetter’s rising success has proved a family affair.
As the sporting calendar draws to an end, an event impact study has demonstrated the huge benefits of London hosting the world’s biggest sporting event in 2017.
Adam Gemili and CJ Ujah, two members of Great Britain's 4x100m relay world champion squad, have been added to the 60m field at the Müller Indoor Grand Prix Glasgow on Sunday 25 February, the sixth stop on the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Tour, organisers announced today.
Paul Tergat enjoyed a prodigious career on the track, cross country and road, but one of his most memorable performances was a race in which he was beaten. Here the Kenyan distance legend talks about being denied Olympic gold by just 0.09.
In cold conditions with the temperature hovering around freezing, Ethiopia’s Selemon Barega relied on his sprint finish in the senior men’s race at the Cross Internacional de Venta de Banos on Sunday (17) while Bahrain’s Ruth Jebet made an early but decisive break in her bid for victory in the senior women’s race.
Ethiopian running icon Kenenisa Bekele fell short of his target of running a 25km personal best at the Tata Steel Kolkata 25K but he still dominated the race in the Indian city after breaking away from his rivals just after 18 kilometres before coming home in 1:13:48.
Peter Kimeli Some lived up to expectations at the Shenzhen Marathon on Sunday (17), winning the IAAF Bronze Label road race in 2:14:49.
One year on from smashing the Campaccio course record, Hellen Obiri will defend her title at the IAAF Cross Country Permit meeting in San Giorgio su Legnano on 6 January.
Bahamian record-holder Steven Gardiner talks about the journey to winning his breakthrough 400m silver medal at the recent IAAF World Championships in London.
Peter Kimeli Some and Mulu Seboka are the fastest and most experienced runners on the entry lists for the Shenzhen Marathon, but they will line up against strong opponents at the IAAF Bronze Label road race on Sunday (17).
Countdown gathers pace with 100 days to go before IAAF/Trinidad Alfonso World Half Marathon Championships Valencia 2018
A ceremony at the City of Arts and Sciences on Thursday (14) marked the last 100 days before the starting gun is fired for the IAAF/Trinidad Alfonso World Half Marathon Championships Valencia 2018, one of the most anticipated athletics events of 2018.
World bronze medallist Pamela Dutkiewicz and European bronze medallist Gina Lückenkemper will compete at the Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe on 3 February, the opening meeting of the IAAF World Indoor Tour.
Stewart McSweyn and Celia Sullohern upset the established order in winning the men’s and women’s Zatopek 10,000m races in Melbourne on Thursday (14).
World and Olympic champion Mo Farah will take part in the Ooredoo Doha Half Marathon on 12 January.
For USA’s Brittney Reese, ‘The Beast’ was born in college but bred in Beijing.