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Athletics | Running

Bekele wins Berlin marathon, no WR
Kenenisa Bekele admitted he was disappointed to have missed the world record by six seconds on Sunday as the Ethiopian won the Berlin marathon ahead of former winner Wilson Kipsang. Read full article
Bekele, Kipsang head Berlin field
Long-distance stars Kenenisa Bekele and Wilson Kipsang, a former world record-holder, spearhead a fast elite field for the Berlin marathon on Sunday. Read full article
Negewo runs fastest marathon time on SA soil
Ethiopian Asefa Negewo made history by breaking the long-standing fastest time set on South African soil over 42.2km, held previously by David Tsebe (2:09:50). Read full article
Elite athletes chasing fast times in CT
All signs point to potential record performances this weekend, as another world-class line-up targets fast times at the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon. Read full article
Poverty drives Manja to win races
David Manja (Nedbank Running Club) won the senior 10km race at the South African Cross Country Championships in George over the weekend. Read full article
Farah wins third straight Great North Run
Britain's Mo Farah claimed an unprecedented third consecutive victory in the Great North Run half-marathon in northeast England on Sunday. 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
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
Van Zyl still in doubt for Women’s Challenge
With just days to go before the SPAR Women‘s 10km Challenge at Supersport Park in Centurion on Saturday afternoon, it is still not clear if Grand Prix leader Irvette van Zyl will be able to run. Read full article
World-class line-up for CT marathon
Organisers have confirmed another world-class international line-up for the annual Sanlam Cape Town Marathon. Read full article
Mokoka, Van Zyl win national titles
Stephen Mokoka and Irvette van Zyl produced late surges on Saturday, and while they were both edged out by foreign competitors, they did enough to secure the national men's and women's titles Read full article
Abraham, Moreira win half-marathon titles
Eritrean-born Swiss runner Tadesse Abraham and Portugal's Sara Moreira won the men and women's European half-marathon titles on Sunday. Read full article
Bekele rails against Olympic snub
Kenenisa Bekele has railed against his "unfair" exclusion from the country's marathon team for the Rio Olympics, adding to the growing discontent at the athletics federation's management. Read full article
Politician Korir readies to run in Rio
Dawn comes misty and cold on the steep sides of the Nyaru escarpment as Kenya's Olympic men's marathon team begin their training run, a line-up of veteran athletes including a current lawmaker. Read full article
Comrades champion to mentor young athlete
Charné Bosman, the 2016 Comrades champion, has agreed to become involved with the Spar Women’s Challenge Mentor Programme. Read full article
Van Zyl completes hat trick in Durban
With her victory in the Spar women’s 10km race in Durban on Sunday, Irvette van Zyl (Nedbank) not only completed a hat-trick, but she retained her unbeaten record in local races for the season as well. Read full article
Top runners have much at stake in Spar Challenge
The 2016 Comrades Marathon is done and dusted and attention now turns to the SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge in Durban on Sunday. Read full article
Parry caught between rock and hard place
To be the coach of both of the two top female Comrades athletes can turn out to be a short cut to putting yourself between a rock and a hard place. Read full article
Bosman's Comrades dream comes true
If sport is entertainment then the Comrades women’s ultra-race was the ultimate drama. In the end, after 385 minutes of running, it was Charné Bosman who prevailed to at long last fulfil her dream. Read full article
Wostmann ready for Comrades challenge
Although the defending Comrades champion, Caroline Wostmann, is confident of running a good race on Sunday, she is not prepared to make any predictions about winning. Read full article
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