In three days’ time, the IAAF Diamond League moves to Stockholm for the sixth meeting in the 2018 series. Here we look back at three of the more memorable moments from the Swedish capital's Olympic Stadium.
Missing the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow was a step backwards for Mitchell Watt after medals at the previous three global championships, but the longer term benefits should be worth it.
Olympic silver medallist Mitchell Watt may use his trip to Shanghai to add an authentic touch to one of his legal studies assignments.
It may not have looked anything much, but Mitchell Watt completed his first competition off a full run-up since the London Olympics and is looking forward to the Melbourne World Challenge.
It’s not even the end of the Australian season yet, but already Mitchell Watt is planning his trip to Europe, appearances in the Samsung Diamond League, and a meeting with Olympic Long Jump champion Greg Rutherford.
The Hunter Track Classic was delighted to have the services of London 2012 Olympic Games Long Jump silver medallist Mitchell Watt. Meeting organisers flew him in to Newcastle, put him up and then provided a stretch limousine to deliver him to the pit on Saturday (2).
Mitchell Watt will return to domestic competition at Newcastle’s Hunter Track Classic on 2 February. It’s his first visit to the region and he is also exploring new ground in other areas, including maybe improving his 100m personal best of 10.31.
5 December 2012 - Sally Pearson and Mitchell Watt were crowned Australia’s Female and Male Athletes of the Year at the 2012 Athlete of the Year Awards presented by Eurosport on Thursday (5).
20 November 2012 - With training not yet at peak load, and no competition until the New Year, Mitchell Watt explains in his latest IAAF Diary that now is the perfect time to return to his studies and the law books.