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News24 May 2019

Oslo’s steeplechase clash set to make a splash – IAAF Diamond League

Seven of the top eight women in the world steeplechase rankings will clash at the Oslo Bislett Games on 13 June, organisers of the IAAF Diamond League meeting have announced.

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News06 Dec 2018

Simpson and Coburn set for Boston return

Organisers of the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix have announced that Jenny Simpson and Emma Coburn, two of USA’s most accomplished middle-distance runners, will return to Boston for the IAAF World Indoor Tour meeting on 26 January.

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Series21 Aug 2018

IAAF Inside Athletics – Emma Coburn

The 12th episode of this season's IAAF Inside Athletics is available to watch online now and features an exclusive interview with steeplechase star Emma Coburn of the US.

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News21 Mar 2018

Coburn to take on home hope Grovdal in Oslo – IAAF Diamond League

Organisers of the Bislett Games have announced that world champion Emma Coburn of the USA will face home star Karoline Grovdal in the steeplechase at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Oslo on 7 June.

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Previews09 Feb 2018

Sprints set to share spotlight with distance events as IAAF World Indoor Tour reaches Boston

A few kilometres and three stops on the ‘T’, Boston’s transit system, takes you from the finish line of the Boston Marathon to the Reggie Lewis Center in the Roxbury neighbourhood, where a world-class athletics facility shares space with basketball and tennis courts on the campus of Roxbury Community College. On Saturday (10) ‘the Reggie’ dresses up to welcome the fourth stop in the IAAF World Indoor Tour, the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix.

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News21 Dec 2017

Coburn, Simpson and Berian return to Boston

Organisers of the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix have announced that world steeplechase champion Emma Coburn and world 1500m silver medallist Jenny Simpson are both set to return to the IAAF World Indoor Tour meeting in Boston on 10 February.

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News16 Nov 2017

McLeod, Miller-Uibo and Coburn set for Millrose Games

World and Olympic champion Omar McLeod, world champion Emma Coburn and Olympic champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo have announced they will compete at the NYRR Millrose Games at The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field Center on 3 February 2018.

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Series23 Sep 2017

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.

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News14 Apr 2017

Jebet returns to headline Eugene steeplechase field – IAAF Diamond League

Olympic champion Ruth Jebet will return to lead the 3000m steeplechase field at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, the third stop of the 2017 IAAF Diamond League series, on 27 May.

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News26 Aug 2016

Simpson and Coburn aim for strong runs in Paris – IAAF Diamond League

The Olympics ended less than a week ago, but Rio rematches won’t be the only theme for Saturday’s IAAF Diamond League meeting in Paris on Saturday (27).

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Previews09 Aug 2016

Preview: women's 3000m steeplechase – Rio 2016 Olympic Games

It may be a sign of the increasing maturity of the women’s 3000m steeplechase as an Olympic event that at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the third Olympics to hold the event, there are no clear favourites.

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Report09 Jul 2016

Rollins wins 100m hurdles showdown at US Olympic Trials

Marketing and nationalistic fervor cause signs at the US Olympic Trials to proclaim this is the toughest team to make. Yet there has been some evidence of that. It was indisputably the case in the women’s 100m hurdles Friday (09) night, the seventh day of the U.S. selection competition. In a field so deep, there was inevitability of a fast hurdler being left behind. Turns out it was the fastest.

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