Turn the clock back nearly eight months and Ruslan Dmytrenko was sat in his hotel room. disappointed and slightly despondent after the men’s 20km race walk at the 2013 IAAF World Championships.... Read More
Despite his victory at the famous Lugano race back in March, there is no doubt that Ruslan Dmytrenko’s 20km win at the 2014 IAAF World Race Walking Cup was the most surprising of the weekend.... Read More
Duan Dandan and Yang Jiayu started the day off in magnificent fashion for the host of the 2014 IAAF World Race Walking Cup as the Chinese pair took gold and silver in the junior women’s 10km on Sunday (4).... Read More
After a bronze and silver medal at the past two IAAF World Championships, Anisya Kirdyapkina finally climbed to the top of the podium thanks to a triumph at the 2014 IAAF World Race Walking Cup, producing a stirring effort over the last third of the race to emerge a convincing winner on Saturday (3).... Read More
A thrilling last 2km lap, with four men in contention at the bell, saw Gao Wenkui triumph on home soil in the junior men’s 10km race at the 2014 IAAF World Race Walking Cup in Taicang, China on Saturday (3).... Read More
Mikhail Ryzhov produced a dominating performance over the second half of the men’s 50km race walk at the 26th IAAF World Race Walking Cup in Taicang, China, to win in a world-leading time of 3:39:05 on Saturday (3).
Following a stunning opening ceremony for the 26th edition of the IAAF World Race Walking Cup on Friday, with the opening speech given by IAAF Treasurer Valentin Balakhnichev, the first gun is ready to be fired for the five races that will be staged by the Chinese city of Taicang on Saturday and Sunday (3-4).
If race walking needed a better spokesman for the discipline, it’s unlikely that it could do better than the eloquent and entertaining Jesus Angel Garcia, who will be contesting his 11th IAAF Race Walking World Cup when he stands at the start of the 50km event in Taicang on Saturday (3).
The impressive Taicang Library and Museum Centre, situated alongside the actual course itself, was the splendid venue for the traditional pre-event press conference ahead of the 26th IAAF World Race Walking Cup on Friday (2).
Familiar foes are ready to do battle at the 26th IAAF World Race Walking Cup in Taicang over the coming weekend (3-4) as China and Russia once again stand out as main contenders for the individual and team gold medals in the two senior men’s events.
Look no further than the form guide in the women’s 20km at the 26th IAAF World Race Walking Cup in Taicang on Sunday (4).
Both the individual and team gold medals in the first three junior women’s 10km races at the IAAF World Race Walking Cup went to Russia, but results in the last two editions suggest the teenage red army is not the force it was.
More than USD 350,000 is on offer for the three senior races – the men’s and women’s 20km, and the men’s 50km – from the IAAF as prize money at the IAAF World Race Walking Cup, Taicang, China on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 May 2014.
There is little more than a week to go before the first starting gun fires at the 2014 IAAF World Race Walking Cup, which will be held in the Chinese city of Taicang between 3-4 May.
The preliminary entry lists for the 2014 IAAF World Race Walking Cup, which will be held in the Chinese city of Taicang between 3-4 May, are now available.
It has been 12 years since an Italian woman won a senior medal at the IAAF World Race Walking Cup, but young talent Eleonora Giorgi could be the athlete to end that drought.
Czech Republic’s rising home star Anezka Drahotova, who is still a junior, and Slovakia’s experienced Matej Toth took the honours at the Podebrady 2014 meeting on Saturday (12), the eighth of this year’s 12 events which count towards the 2014 IAAF Race Walking Challenge.