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Jamaican delight; Dibaba misses WR
Jamaican sprinters Asafa Powell and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce made up for the absence of injured Usain Bolt by storming to double 100m glory in the Diamond League meet in Paris on Saturday. Read full article
Sisters in one-two at British Champs
American-born sisters Tiffany Porter and Cindy Ofili finished first and second in the 100 metres hurdles at the British Championships on Saturday. Read full article
NZ's Adams suffers comeback loss
Star New Zealand shot putter Valerie Adams suffered her first loss in almost five years of competition as she made her comeback from double surgery at Saturday's Paris Diamond League meet. Read full article
Simbine's hard work paying off
Being a world class sprinter is not easy. It takes hours and hours of hard work and lots of dedication without any guarantees that you will be able to run faster times. Read full article
Fraser-Pryce opts not to defend world 200m title
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce said on Friday she will not defend her world 200 metres title in Beijing next month and will just race the 100m. Read full article
Powell hope to star in Bolt's absence
Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell, pole vault king Renaud Lavillenie and Ethiopian middle distance star Genzebe Dibaba are set to light up Paris' Diamond League meet on Saturday. Read full article
Felix may try 200-400m double at worlds - coach
Olympic 200 metres gold medallist Allyson Felix surprisingly has not ruled out attempting to win both the 200 and 400 metres at August's world championships in Beijing, her coach told Reuters on Thursday. Read full article
Powell fills Bolt's shoes and targets PB
Asafa Powell will attempt to fill the sizeable shoes of injured Jamaican compatriot Usain Bolt in the 100m at Saturday's Diamond League meet in Paris. Read full article
Injury rules Bayer out of World Champs
Germany's former European long-jump champion Sebastian Bayer has been ruled out of August's World Athletics Championships in Beijing with a foot injury. Read full article
Nel to take on 400-hurdles world champ
Wenda Nel will on Saturday get a second chance to take on Zuzana Hejnova, the 400-hurdles world champion, when she races in the Diamond League Meeting in Paris. Read full article
Cremona handicapped by groin injury
The reason why Orazio Cremona, the South African as well as African shot put champion, has not been performing at his best lately is a groin injury. Read full article
Simbine surprises coach with sub-10s run
If you are Akani Simbine, the South African 100 metre champion, a certain way to give your coach a sleepless night is to phone him after ten at night and ask if he knows what had just happened. Read full article
Simbine joins the 100m elite
South Africa's Akani Simbine joined a select group of sprinters on Wednesday when he won the 100m at the 20th European Athletics Classics Meeting in Slovenia in a time of 9.99s. Read full article
Mo declares he's 100 percent clean
Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah said on Tuesday he was "100 percent clean" and would leave his long-time coach Alberto Salazar if it was proved the American was guilty of violating any doping rules. Read full article
Bolt pulls out of Paris, Lausanne
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt's troubled season continued on Tuesday when he pulled out of the Paris and Lausanne Diamond League meetings due to a leg injury. Read full article
Kenya champions to march for peace
A dozen top Kenyan athletes, including former World Marathon champions Paul Tergat and Tegla Loroupe, are to lead a 22-day "Walk for Peace" against ethnic violence. Read full article
Jamaica banking on youth and experience for worlds
Jamaica are banking on a mix of youth and experience to continue their dominance in the sprint events at the August 22-30 world championships in Beijing event after some strong performances. Read full article
Bondarenko out, Dibaba targets WR
Bohdan Bondarenko on Monday pulled out of this weekend's Paris Diamond League meet where organisers say Genzebe Dibaba is aiming to lower the women's 5 000m world record. Read full article
US ready to end 100m drought
A strong and hungry group of US sprinters is ready to end a long American drought. Read full article
Thompson upsets Campbell-Brown
Elaine Thompson celebrated her 23rd birthday by winning the 200 metres at the Jamaican trials on Sunday, signalling a possible changing of the guard in Jamaican women's sprints. Read full article
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