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Ibarguen leaps to 28th successive win
Colombia's Caterine Ibarguen registered her 28th successive women's triple jump win on Thursday and should be assured of the Diamond League title at the season finale in Brussels on September 11. Read full article
No evidence of Farah 'impropriety'
UK Athletics has found no impropriety on the part of Mo Farah after receiving the initial findings of a review into the double Olympic champion's relationship with coach Alberto Salazar, it said on Thursday. Read full article
Visser to test form in Stockholm
The University of Johannesburg’s star long jumper Zarck Visser will face a final test of his form ahead of next month’s World Athletics Championships at the Diamond League meeting in Stockholm this weekend. Read full article
IAAF expecting full Bird's Nest for world champs
After a remarkable turnaround in less than two weeks, international athletics chief Lamine Diack said on Thursday he had been told to expect full houses for the evening sessions.... Read full article
Fraser-Pryce could run both sprints
Jamaica's double Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce may change her plans and defend both her 100 and 200 metres titles at next month's world championships in Beijing. Read full article
Felix to run 400m and relays at worlds
Olympic 200 metres gold medallist Allyson Felix has chosen to run the 400 metres at next month's world championships, her coach told Reuters on Wednesday. Read full article
SA team for African Games named
Sascoc has named the SA team to compete at the 11th edition of the African Games in Brazzaville, Congo in September. Read full article
Ennis-Hill ready for Worlds in Beijing
British heptathlete Jessica Ennis-Hill will be available for selection for the World Championships in Beijing, the Olympic champion announced on her Instagram account. Read full article
Chand eyes Olympics after ruling
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand said on Tuesday she was "super excited" about returning to athletics after a landmark ruling on the validity of so-called gender tests. Read full article
Van Niekerk ends champs prep on a high
Wayde van Niekerk proved again that he’ll be tough to beat at the World Championships in Beijing. Read full article
Amos tames Rudisha again
Nijel Amos laid down a marker ahead of next month's World Championships by winning a highly-anticipated 800 metres showdown with Kenyan Olympic champion David Rudisha at the Anniversary Games on Saturday. Read full article
I am always No 1 - Bolt
Usain Bolt insists he is still king of the sprinters after returning from injury with back-to-back 100m times of 9.87sec at the London Diamond League meeting. Read full article
Bolt, Farah bury troubles with wins
Usain Bolt and Mo Farah put recent troubles behind them in the London Diamond League meeting with victories on the track where they won five Olympic golds between them in 2012. Read full article
Bolt admits work to do ahead of Beijing
Usain Bolt admits he needs to work on his rusty starting technique ahead of next month’s World Championships but said he was happy with his winning 100m run on his return from injury. Read full article
Farah thanks faithful fans
Mo Farah thanked the British public for supporting him through a difficult time after being roared to victory in the fastest 3 000m time of the year at the London Diamond League meeting on Friday. Read full article
Bolt triumphs on London return
Olympic champion and world record holder Usain Bolt blasted out a world championship warning with victory in the 100m at the London Diamond League meeting on Friday. Read full article
Bolt and Farah under spotlight in London
Usain Bolt's suspect hip and Mo Farah's status as the golden boy of British athletics will come under scrutiny when both return to London's Olympic stadium this weekend. Read full article
Farah has no more to say over Salazar claims
Mo Farah insisted on Thursday he had said all he possibly could regarding doping allegations levelled against his coach, Alberto Salazar. Read full article
Simbine shines in Karlstad
Akani Simbine doubled up at the Karlstad Grand Prix meeting in Sweden on Wednesday. He started by winning the 100 metres in 10.09 seconds and, about an hour later, he went on to win the 200 metres. Read full article
Bolt with a lot to prove on return
Usain Bolt returns to action after a six-week injury-enforced break in the 100 metres on the opening night of the London Diamond League meeting on Friday. Read full article
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