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Latest Stories
Feature07 Dec 2019

Brume’s star rises with Doha long jump bronze

Ese Brume won Nigeria’s only medal at the World Athletics Championship Doha 2019 after jumping 6.91m in the second round to secure the bronze.

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IaafNews06 Dec 2019

World Athletics is seeking a Head of Development of the Sport

World Athletics is seeking a Head of Development of the Sport, a position based at its headquarters in Monaco.

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Previews06 Dec 2019

Weekend road preview: Chephirchir to take on Seboka in Guangzhou, Oljira and Jepchirchir face-off at Saitama

This weekend’s World Athletics Label road race action centres on the Guangzhou Marathon in China and the women’s race at Saitama.

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IaafNews06 Dec 2019

Job vacancy: eLearning content manager

World Athletics is seeking an eLearning content manager to be based at its Monaco headquarters.

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News05 Dec 2019

McLaughlin and Coburn confirm Boston return

Sydney McLaughlin and Emma Coburn will return to the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, the opening leg of the 2020 World Athletics Indoor Tour, in Boston on 25 January.

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Feature05 Dec 2019

After Doha bronze, Zango targeting Tokyo podium

African triple jump champion and continental record holder Hugues Fabrice Zango put Burkina Faso on the global athletics map this year when he became the first athlete from the West African nation win a medal at the World Athletics Championships.

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Series04 Dec 2019

Advice to my younger self: Nick Willis

Two-time Olympic medallist Nick Willis has learned a lot during his 17-year international career. If the middle-distance runner from New Zealand could send a letter of advice to his younger self, this is what it would say.

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News04 Dec 2019

Lavillenie and Roleder confirmed for Karlsruhe

Organisers of the Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe have confirmed that world pole vault record-holder Renaud Lavillenie and 2016 European champion Cindy Roleder will compete at the World Athletics Indoor Tour meeting on 31 January.

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News04 Dec 2019

Emblem and slogan for World Athletics Indoor Championships Nanjing 2020 unveiled

Preparations for the World Athletics Indoor Championships Nanjing 2020 stepped up a notch on Wednesday (4) as the event’s emblem and slogan were unveiled, marking 100 days to go until the sport’s next big global competition.

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News04 Dec 2019

Venue and schedule approved for 2020 Olympic marathon and race walks

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo 2020) today announced that Sapporo Odori Park in Hokkaido was approved by the IOC as the venue for the marathon and race walk events at the IOC Executive Board meeting held today in Lausanne, Switzerland. This followed confirmation from World Athletics.

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IaafNews03 Dec 2019

World Athletics is seeking a Director of Competition and Events

World Athletics is seeking a Director of Competition and Events, a position based at its headquarters in Monaco.

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News03 Dec 2019

2019 review: sprints

Our end-of-year reviews conclude with renowned statisticians A. Lennart Julin and Mirko Jalava taking a look back at 2019’s key action in the sprints.

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