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  • Fab five: landmark moments in athletics

    Following Eliud Kipchoge’s sub-two-hour run for the marathon distance last weekend, we look at five other landmark moments for the sport.
  • Siame and Wisil named ANOC area athletes of the year

    Sprinters Sydney Siame from Zambia and Toea Wisil from Papua New Guinea were honoured for their achievements this year at the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) Awards 2019 in Doha on Thursday (17).
  • Liu leads strong Chinese contingent in Suzhou

    Three-time world 20km race walk champion and 50km world record-holder Liu Hong will lead a strong Chinese contingent aiming to win both the individual and team titles at the Around Taihu International Race Walking competition, the last leg of this year’s IAAF Race Walking Challenge that will start on Sunday (20).
  • Weekend road preview: swift times anticipated in Amsterdam, Toronto, Delhi and Lisbon

    One year on from setting PBs at the TCS Amsterdam Marathon, Ethiopia’s Solomon Deksisa and Kenya’s Linet Masai return to the IAAF Gold Label road race with a view to claiming victory on Sunday (20).
  • After digging deep in Doha, Dunfee sets sights on next big targets

    “You can do this. You know this. You got this.” When the fatigue was reaching a crescendo, when Evan Dunfee’s legs and arms and lungs and heart were held ransom by the slow, torturous pain of the 50km race walk, this was his negotiation strategy. This was his way out.