The 18-year-old clocked 1:58.40 at the Southeast Conference Championships to clip more than half a second from the previous mark.
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Mu breaks World U20 indoor 800m record in Fayetteville

The 18-year-old clocked 1:58.40 at the Southeast Conference Championships to clip more than half a second from the previous mark. ... Read More

“Being part of somebody’s success, being able to help someone who’s falling in love with their event, or the sport itself, helping them, it’s a great feeling. It’s very gratifying to be part of that.”
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As world record-setting son’s rise continues, Helena Duplantis relishing the joy in the art of coaching

“Being part of somebody’s success, being able to help someone who’s falling in love with their event, or the sport itself, helping them, it’s a great feeling. It’s very gratifying to be part of that.”... Read More

“Hurdlers are sprinters with attitudes,” says Grant Holloway.
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Record-breaker Holloway: ‘The sky is the limit’

“Hurdlers are sprinters with attitudes,” says Grant Holloway.... Read More

World record-holders Joshua Cheptegei, Mondo Duplantis and Brigid Kosgei are among the nominees for the Laureus World Sports Awards.
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Cheptegei, Duplantis and Kosgei nominated for Laureus World Sports Awards

World record-holders Joshua Cheptegei, Mondo Duplantis and Brigid Kosgei are among the nominees for the Laureus World Sports Awards.... Read More

Gudaf Tsegay remembers her early days in the sport when she would look up to two-time Olympic gold medallist Meseret Defar as a role model.
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Energised by world indoor 1500m record, Tsegay sets sights on next target

Gudaf Tsegay remembers her early days in the sport when she would look up to two-time Olympic gold medallist Meseret Defar as a role model.... Read More

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Report21 Feb 2021

Yamanishi cruises to 1:17:20 victory at Japanese 20km Race Walking Championships

The sun shone for Toshikazu Yamanishi at the 104th Japanese Championships in Kobe.

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Series21 Feb 2021

For The Record: Yulimar Rojas

The story behind the numbers

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Report20 Feb 2021

Iapichino breaks world U20 indoor long jump record with 6.91m in Ancona

Larissa Iapichino broke the world U20 indoor record in the long jump with a leap of 6.91m at the Italian Indoor Championships in Ancona on Saturday.

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Feature20 Feb 2021

Huwe Burton’s journey from wrongfully convicted to runner

During his 19 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Burton said, 'running helped me feel free'.

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News19 Feb 2021

Vlasic, two-time world high jump champion, announces retirement

Blanka Vlasic, a two-time world high jump champion and the second-highest jumper of all-time, announced her retirement on Friday.

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News18 Feb 2021

Kipchoge's final pre-Tokyo marathon outing set for Hamburg

Eliud Kipchoge will make his final marathon appearance prior to his Olympic title defence at the NN Mission Marathon in Hamburg on 11 April.

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Feature18 Feb 2021

After smashing world indoor record, Crouser sets his sights on outdoor mark

Few would assume that a town called ‘Boring’ would produce one of the most exciting sporting prospects in the world.

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Series17 Feb 2021

Doha to Tokyo: Anthony Zambrano

The Colombian sprinter talks about life since taking world 400m silver

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Feature15 Feb 2021

Meticulous planning and strong domestic opposition the key to Yamanishi’s success

When he’s got a spare minute, Toshikazu Yamanishi likes to read Agatha Christie novels. There will be no mystery if the bespectacled world champion adds Olympic gold to his Doha triumph.

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Report14 Feb 2021

14:43! Chepkoech breaks world 5km record in Monaco

Beatrice Chepkoech broke the world 5km record at the Monaco Run on Sunday (14), clocking 14:43*.

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News14 Feb 2021

Watch the Monaco Run 5k

One year on, Joshua Cheptegei returns to the scene of his 12:51 world record run. Beatrice Chepkoech leads the women's race.

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Report13 Feb 2021

Kwemoi and Chelangat crowned Kenyan cross-country champions

Uneven terrain, a 50-metre-long water and mud section, tough competition and a new winner in the men’s race all characterised the Kenyan Cross Country Championships in Nairobi on Saturday (13).

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