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Mutai eyes London title; Radcliffe farewell
Kenya's Geoffrey Mutai has vowed to finally add the London Marathon title to his honours on Sunday, while three-time winner Paula Radcliffe prepares to bid a tearful farewell to the event. Read full article
G-force Mutai comes to London as darkhorse
In 2011 and 2012, Geoffrey Kiprono Mutai was acknowledged by all and sundry as the world’s top marathoner when he strung together successive wins at Boston and New York inside a season. Read full article
Jeptoo aims at breaking 2:20 on Sunday
Last December Priscah Jeptoo received a disturbing phone call informing her that namesake and Rosa Associati stable-mate Rita Jeptoo had tested positive for banned blood booster EPO. Read full article
Bolt outraged by Gay's 'stupid' doping ban
The world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, has criticised the "stupid" deal under which American sprinter Tyson Gay was given a reduced ban of only one year after failing three drugs tests in 2013. Read full article
London champ in staunch defence of Kenyan stars
The dark cloud of doping hovered over six top Kenyan marathoners at the pre-race press conference of Sunday’s London Marathon with Wilson Kipsang coming to the staunch defence of his countrymen. Read full article
Kipsang acknowledges Kimetto threat
Virgin London Marathon champion Wilson Kipsang has singled out compatriot and record holder Dennis Kimetto as the main threat to his crown with the pair chasing each other in a loaded field on Sunday. Read full article
Rivalries key to elite marathon interest
Fierce rivalries, rather than tumbling times, are key to maintaining the appeal of elite marathons, defending London champion Wilson Kipsang said. Read full article
Radcliffe ready to bow out
Paula Radcliffe said a conversation with her eight-year-old daughter convinced her she was doing the right thing in bowing out of the London Marathon. Read full article
Jeptoo facing increased doping ban
Top Kenyan marathon runner Rita Jeptoo could see her two-year doping ban doubled if the International Association of Athletics Federations gets its way. Read full article
No more ‘Tuks of Niks’ in Varsity Athletics
University of North West (Pukke) put in a stunning effort on Monday night to win the final Varsity Meet of the year in Stellenbosch and draw the series with the University of the Pretoria (Tuks). Read full article
Ethiopia's Desisa wins men's Boston Marathon
Ethiopia's Lelisa Desisa claimed the Boston Marathon title Monday, winning his second crown in three years on the eve of the sentencing hearing for convicted marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Read full article
Athletics in SA alive and well
For the past six years Athletics South Africa (ASA) has always seemed to be either emerging from a scandal, headed for one or slap-bang in the middle it, while the athletes played second fiddle. Read full article
Australia name new head coach
Craig Hilliard was on Monday appointed Australia's new athletics coach, replacing Eric Hollingsworth who was sacked last year after clashing with star hurdler Sally Pearson. Read full article
Bolt wins in Rio but still unhappy
Usain Bolt cruised to victory in a sprint challenge in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday but the Jamaican world record holder declared himself unhappy with his performance in his first 100 metres of the season. Read full article
Shange sets another first with victory
Lebogang Shange proved on Saturday by winning the 20km race walk at the South African Championships that there is still no stopping as he set another first with his winning time of 1 hours and 23 minutes. Read full article
Bolt aiming to double up at World Relays
Six-time Olympic gold track medallist Usain Bolt said on Saturday he was hoping to compete for Jamaica in both the 4x100 and 4x200m at next month's IAAF World Relays in the Bahamas. Read full article
Mokoka smashes record in Stellenbosch
Stephen Mokoka brought the curtain down on the South African Athletics Championships in Stellenbosch on Saturday with a national record in the men’s 5 000m to add to his 10 000m triumph a day earlier. Read full article
Cremona qualifies for World Championships
Orazio Cremona made sure on the first day of the South African Athletics Championships in Stellenbosch that he again qualified for the World Championships. Read full article
Athletes gear up for Varsity Athletics action
University of Johannesburg and University of Free State have it all to run for when the final leg of this year’s Varsity Athletics competition gets underway in Stellenbosch on Monday, April 20. Read full article
Kenya launches 2017 World Youth LOC
The starting gun for the 2017 IAAF World Youth Championships in Nairobi was fired Friday when Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Sports, Arts and Culture, Dr. Hassan Wario launched the Committee. Read full article
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