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Van Zyl completes 'hat-trick' in Monaco
LJ van Zyl completed his hat-trick last night when he clocked a time of 48.88 seconds in the 400-hurdles at the Diamond League Meeting in Monaco. Read full article
Dibaba on fire as Gatlin extends run
Justin Gatlin confirmed his credentials as firm favourite for a world sprint title with another convincing victory at the Diamond League on Friday, while Genezebe Dibaba raced to an incredible world record. Read full article
Never rule out Bolt, warns Gatlin
Usain Bolt may be struggling with a pelvic injury, but the Jamaican "showman" should never be underestimated come next month's World Championships, according to American arch-rival Justin Gatlin. Read full article
Russian walkers may miss Worlds
Russian race walkers are unlikely to take part in next month's World Athletics Championships in Beijing, acting president of the Russian Athletics Federation Vadim Zelichenok said on Thursday. Read full article
Gatlin, Farah head up Monaco meet
Another sparkling line-up, including in-form Justin Gatlin and under-the-spotlight Mo Farah, will take to the track and field in Monaco on Friday as athletes fine tune preparations for the World Championships. Read full article
Doping ban a gift and a curse - Gatlin
A four-year doping ban served between 2006-10 has been both "a gift and a curse", controversial in-form American sprinter Justin Gatlin admitted on Thursday. Read full article
Van Zyl in for a tough challenge
When LJ van Zyl settles down in his starting blocks on Friday night to run the 400-hurdles at the Diamond League Meeting in Monaco, he will have his work cut out for him. Read full article
Kipsang eyes marathon gold in Beijing
Former Kenyan world marathon record holder and Olympic bronze medallist Wilson Kipsang is not planning to run another competitive race. Read full article
Van Niekerk and Van Zyl impress in London
The South African champion and record holder, Wayde van Niekerk, proved yesterday (25/07) by winning the 400 metres at the Diamond League in London. Read full article
'Gatlin ineligible for annual award'
American sprinter Justin Gatlin could win World Championships and go undefeated for a second consecutive season but he would still not be ineligible for the sport's athlete of the year award, the IAAF said. Read full article
Five medals for Team SA in Gwangju
Rynardt van Rensburg raced to South Africa’s fifth medal at the World Student Games in Gwangju, South Korea. Read full article
Horn equals 25-year-old SA record
SA’s ‘sprint revolution’ continued in Madrid last night when Carina Horn sprinted to a time of 11.06s (+1.2m/s wind) in the 100 metres, equalling Evette de Klerk’s 25-year-old SA record in the process. Read full article
Vicaut dips under 10sec to storm to French title
Jimmy Vicaut stormed to his second French national 100m title on Saturday to maintain his impressive form ahead of next month's World Championships in Beijing. Read full article
Kiprop looks to boost world title hopes
Asbel Kiprop hopes to run a fast time at the Monaco Diamond League meeting next Friday in his bid to be in prime shape for securing a third successive world title at August's world championships. Read full article
Palframan wins gold in Gwangju
Justine Palframan powered her way to South Africa’s second gold medal of the World Student Games in Gwangju, South Korea, on Friday Read full article
Bolt targets happy return in London
Usain Bolt will compete at the London Anniversary Games later this month, the six-time Olympic champion confirmed on Friday. Read full article
Van Zyl, Nel, Jobodwana impress
LJ van Zyl and Wenda Nel (both 400-hurdles) and Anaso Jobodwana (200m) continued South Africa’s string of good performances in the international athletics arena on Thursday. Read full article
Gatlin powers past Gay and Powell
Justin Gatlin reinforced his credentials as favourite for next month's world championships by powering to an impressive victory in the 100m at the Diamond League meet in Lausanne on Thursday. Read full article
Farah wins 5 000m in Lausanne
Mo Farah won the 5 000 metres at the Diamond League meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Thursday, his first competitive race since doping allegations were made against coach Alberto Salazar. Read full article
Bruintjies focused on his own journey
Henricho Bruintjies is determined to go about his business quickly and quietly, but breaking records tends to bring the thunder – public adoration, public scrutiny, commitments, questions… a circus really. Read full article
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