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  • That moment when... Coburn won Olympic steeplechase bronze

    At the World Championships in London last month, Emma Coburn led a shock 1-2 finish for the US in the 3000m steeplechase, clocking 9:02.58 to break her own national record. Here Coburn reflects on the glory of climbing the podium one year earlier when she took the bronze at the 2016 Olympic Games.
  • Thrilling showdowns in prospect in Berlin

    Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge, defending BMW Berlin Marathon champion Kenenisa Bekele and former world record-holder Wilson Kipsang are ready for a world record chase at the 44th edition of the IAAF Gold Label road race on Sunday (24).
  • Leading Poles face rising Kenyan talent in Warsaw

    The men’s course record might not come under threat at this year’s PZU Warsaw Marathon, but the closely-matched field for the IAAF Bronze Label road race on Sunday (24) suggests there’s an exciting race in store.
  • ‘Sport is for peace’ - the example of the Athlete Refugee Team for International Peace Day 

    The world celebrates the United Nations International Day of Peace today, whose focus this year is to engage and mobilise people throughout the world to show support for refugees and migrants. It's a fitting time to look back at the achievements of the Athlete Refugee Team (ART), which this year became a regular feature in international competitions.
  • Germany takes team title at Fly Europe in Rome

    After similar meetings in Berlin and Paris in recent weeks, the Fly Europe series landed on the Piazza del Popolo in the centre of Rome on Wednesday (20) for the international street athletics match between France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy and Spain.