“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.”
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.
During his 19 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Burton said, 'running helped me feel free'.
Few would assume that a town called ‘Boring’ would produce one of the most exciting sporting prospects in the world.
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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There is no minimum size required to be a powerhouse, and when it comes to running the 800m at the highest level, Puerto Rico is near the top of the list.
With each passing year, their names, their stories, become more distant relics of the past. But for those whose lives were touched by the most horrifying of atrocities, there’s an onus on the rest of us to never forget.
The six-metre pole vault remains one of the most elusive barriers in elite athletics yet it is also one of the most universal.
After guiding Tom Walsh to a slew of medals, the Australian coach has now taken Valerie Adams under his wing.
While for many people 2020 was a year to forget, for sprint hurdler Aaron Mallett the year could not have tasted much sweeter.