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Athletics

Farah kicks off road career in London
Mo Farah will start his career as a fulltime road runner by taking part in a London half marathon early next year before tackling the full distance around the British capital in April, according to The Times. Read full article
ASA names junior squad for IAAF world champs
A 38-member national Preparation Squad has been released by Athletics South Africa (ASA) ahead of the 2018 IAAF World U-20 Championships in Tampere, Finland. Read full article
Manyonga leads World Indoor squad
Long Jump world champion Luvo Manyonga spearheads an eight-member national preparation squad announced by Athletics South Africa for the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships. Read full article
Felix eyes Tokyo gold as final farewell
American sprinter Allyson Felix, the most decorated woman in Olympic and world championship history, is eyeing a final shot at the one major medal to elude her – Olympic 400 metres gold. Read full article
Mandela Rememberance Walk
The 2017 Mandela Remembrance Walk and Run, taking place on Sunday 10 December 2017 from the Union Buildings in Tshwane, will be open to 20 000 participants. Read full article
Wada refuses to lift Russia suspension
The World Anti-Doping Agency maintained its suspension of Russia on Thursday, raising the spectre of a possible ban from February's Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Read full article
Farah eyes Olympic marathon bid
Britain's Mo Farah says he could compete in the marathon at the 2020 Olympics if he feels confident of winning a medal. Read full article
Senona is on a comeback trail after injury setbacks
Malesela Senona is at the moment South African athletics' forgotten sprinter, but it could change in the next nine months.

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Athletes dominate SA Sports Awards
Athletics was the big winner on Sunday night, with Track and Field athletes dominating the stage at the SA Sports Awards held in Johannesburg. Read full article
Kalalei triumphs in Athens Marathon
Samuel Kalalei won the 35th Athens Classic Marathon on Sunday as Kenyan runners dominated the gruelling, largely uphill course by sweeping the top five places in the men's race. Read full article
UK officials itching to see Farah run
British athletics chiefs are looking forward to seeing track great Mo Farah runs in international events on the road, now he's switched to competing in the marathon. Read full article
IOC suspends Fredericks
Former world sprint champion Frankie Fredericks was on Tuesday suspended by the International Olympic Committee in the wake of corruption charges brought against him by French authorities. Read full article
Olympic champ banned for four years
Olympic marathon champion Jemima Sumgong has been handed a four-year ban by Kenya's anti-doping agency (ADAK) after testing positive for the banned blood-booster erythropoietin. Read full article
Van Niekerk, Ayana up for top IAAF awards
South Africa's Wayde van Niekerk and Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana were named as finalist for the IAAF Athlete of the Year awards set to be held this month. Read full article
Kamworor, Flanagan win NY titles
Shalane Flanagan became the first American woman in 40 years to win the New York City Marathon on Sunday, joining Kenya's Geoffrey Kamworor in winning a first major marathon crown. Read full article
Gelant, Molotsane lift national crowns
Elroy Gelant and Kesa Molotsane were the star performers in Mbombela on Saturday, earning the national men's and women's titles respectively, at the ASA 10km Championships. Read full article
Fredericks charged over Rio corruption
Former world sprint champion Frankie Fredericks was charged on Friday by French authorities for passive corruption and money laundering. Read full article
IAAF to introduce world rankings in 2018
Athletics is to introduce a world rankings system in 2018 as part of a widespread effort to bring some sense and shape to its currently nebulous calendar. Read full article
Knee surgery successful - Van Niekerk
Olympic Games and world 400-metre champion Wayde van Niekerk of South Africa said Thursday that surgery on his right knee in the United States had been successful. Read full article
Judge grills Fredericks over Rio probe
Frankie Fredericks appeared before a Paris judge on Thursday as part of a probe into graft allegations over the awarding of the 2016 Olympics to Rio. Read full article
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