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Athletics

Morris set for tilt at Isinbayeva's record
American Sandi Morris immediately set her heights high after vaulting her way into the history books in Brussels when she became just the third woman ever to pass the mythical five-metre bar. Read full article
'Extraordinary' 400m win for Semenya
South African Caster Semenya, Olympic 800m gold medallist, pulled off an extraordinary victory in the women's 400m at the Brussels' Diamond League meeting on Friday. Read full article
Belgium receive 2008 relay gold
The Belgian relay quartet of Kim Gevaert, Elodie Ouedraogo, Hanna Marien and Olivia Borlee belatedly received gold medals from the 2008 Olympics after a Russian sprinter tested positive for drugs. Read full article
Adams trumped by Carter in Brussels
Valerie Adams was trumped by American rival Michelle Carter in the Diamond League final in Brussels on Thursday, but the Kiwi shot putter finished the season atop the discipline's standings. Read full article
I'm not the next Bolt, warns Thompson
Elaine Thompson insisted on Thursday that she was not the female version of Jamaican teammate Usain Bolt, who sealed a treble-treble of Olympic golds in last month's Rio Games. Read full article
Semenya leads SA stars in Brussels
Caster Semenya will lead the charge one more time for the SA contingent, when she drops down in distance for the IAAF Diamond League final in Brussels on Friday night. Read full article
Cross Country attracts top athletes
While defending champions Samuel Matsepe and Glenrose Xaba are not listed among the entries, strong line-ups are preparing to tackle the races at the Cross Country Championships on Saturday. Read full article
Bondarenko to undergo sinus op
Ukrainian high jumper Bohdan Bondarenko is to undergo a sinus operation at the end of the season after enduring an Olympic campaign in constant pain. Read full article
Ayana, Kipruto target world records
Almaz Ayana aims to round off the year when she targets the world record in the women's 5000m. Read full article
Ayana's record ranked fifth-best performance
Almaz Ayana will sign off her stellar 2016 season in Brussels on Friday by trying to add the 5 000 metres world record to the incredible 10 000 mark she set at the Rio Olympic Games last month. Read full article
African supremo wants nationality review
Rules governing African athletes who controversially transfer allegiance to other countries need a full review, the continent's track and field supremo said on Tuesday. Read full article
Horn to race in two different countries
A very busy weekend lies ahead of Carina Horn, as she is set to race the women's 100m in two different countries within the space of 24 hours. Read full article
Hortelano stable after operation
Spanish athlete Bruno Hortelano is in stable condition after undergoing a three-hour operation in a Madrid hospital to reconstruct his right hand following a car accident. Read full article
Hortelano taken to hospital after car crash
Spanish athlete Bruno Hortelano has suffered a serious hand injury in a car accident in Madrid and undergone an operation, his agent said on Monday. Read full article
Nyahora defends her title in style
After a race in which the lead changed hands several times, Rutendo Nyahora (Nedbank) stormed to the front to win the SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge at SuperSport Park in Centurion for the second year in a row. Read full article
London 2017 tickets in high demand
More than a million people have applied for tickets for next year's world athletics championships in London, where greats Usain Bolt and Mo Farah will compete for the final time on the track. Read full article
Simbine aiming for under 20 seconds
To break 20 seconds in the 200m will be a major goal for South African sprinter Akani Simbine (Tuks/HPC) in 2017. Read full article
Lavillenie puts Rio tears behind him
Renaud Lavillenie firmly buried memories of being reduced to tears by a hostile home crowd at the Rio Olympics by continuing his domination of the Diamond League. Read full article
Semenya leads Rio repeat in Zurich
It was a case of different day but the same result as Caster Semenya led an Olympic 1-2-3 home in the Diamond League meeting in Zurich, Switzerland, on Thursday night. Read full article
Thompson, Semenya rule in Zurich
Jamaican Elaine Thompson stamped her seal of authority on the women's 200m at Zurich's Diamond League meet on Thursday. Read full article
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