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Athletics

High praise for Manyonga
After the Tuks-athlete’s performance yesterday (13/05) in Shanghai in which he jumped 8.61m to record his second victory in only three Diamond League-meetings this might sound like stating the obvious. Read full article
Kipchoge, Wanjiru, Keitany make Kenya team
Eliud Kipchoge and London marathon winners Daniel Wanjiru and Mary Keitany will represent Kenya in the event at this summer's World championships in the British capital, officials said. Read full article
Thompson wins, Luvo jumps to gold
Olympic champion Elaine Thompson clocked the fastest 100m of the season at the Shanghai Diamond League on Saturday to bolster her claim as sprint favourite for this year's world championships. Read full article
US’ Young gets four-year doping ban
Jason Young, a 2012 US Olympic discus thrower, was issued a four-year doping ban on Friday by the US Anti-Doping Agency for a non-analytical violation involving prohibited performance-enhancing substances. Read full article
McLeod puts seven-step start on hold
Olympic 110 metres hurdles champion Omar McLeod has decided to put his transition to a seven-step start on hold for this season, the Jamaican said on Friday. Read full article
Local boy Babayev hoping for more gold
Azerbaijani track and field star Nazim Babayev is determined to repeat his gold medal-winning performance from the 2015 European Games at the fourth Islamic Solidarity Games. Read full article
Luvo leads SA to Shanghai Diamond League
In-form Rio Olympic silver medal long jumper Luvo Manyonga will lead a four-man South African contingent at the second leg of the IAAF Diamond League series in Shanghai, China on Saturday. Read full article
Manyonga gunning for gold in Shanghai
Missed last year’s long jump final at the Olympic Games in Rio? Don’t worry, the competition at Saturday's Diamond League in Shanghai is going to be a near repeat. Read full article
Moletsane and Van Zyl well in the lead
After the first two Spar Women’s 10k Challenge races, Kesa Moletsane and Irvette van Zyl have opened a wide gap between themselves and the other contenders on the Spar Grand Prix ladder. Read full article
US hurdler Harrison set for finger surgery
Hurdles world record holder Keni Harrison will have surgery on a broken finger on Thursday but the American hopes to be back racing in less than a month, her coach told Reuters on Monday. Read full article
Van Zyl more confident after Top 3 finish
Finishing third in the 400m-hurdles at the Diamond League Meeting in Doha was just the confidence booster LJ van Zyl needed before he lines up in Shanghai on Friday. Read full article
Simbine a trailblazer for SA athletics
Being one of the trailblazers of South African athletics seems to come naturally to Akani Simbine. Read full article
Moletsane kicks Van Zyl into touch
Moletsane of KPMG used her famous ‘kick’ to beat defending champion Irvette van Zyl (Nedbank) in the Port Elizabeth leg of the SPAR Women’s 10km race. Mapaseka Makhanya was third over the line. Read full article
Kipchoge narrowly misses two-hour marathon attetmpt
Reigning Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge from Kenya narrowly failed in his attempt to complete the distance under the mythical two-hour mark on Saturday, finishing in a time of 2hr 00min 24sec. Read full article
Simbine surprises in 100m opener
South Africa's Akani Simbine surprised a world-class sprint field, including Justin Gatlin, Asafa Powell and Andre De Grasse to claim a season-opening 100m Diamond League victory in Doha on Friday. Read full article
Marathon runners target two-hour barrier
Three elite runners backed by a small army of scientists will on Saturday attempt an audacious assault on the boundaries of the possible by trying to run a marathon in less than two hours. Read full article
Felix rejects proposal to erase track records
American track star Allyson Felix says she does not support a move by international athletic chiefs to erase long-standing world records, many of which were set by dope cheats. Read full article
Wiping world records not cowardly - IAAF
The radical plan to wipe out athletics' world records set before 2005 was not a cowardly proposal, a senior member of the sport's governing body said on Thursday. Read full article
Mixed-gender relays could be Games sport
Mixed-gender relays are being considered as an Olympic event to ramp up interest in athletics, a senior member of the sport's governing body said on Thursday. Read full article
Bolt fears 'belly', but rules out U-turn
Usain Bolt's coaches have joked that he will develop "a belly" within two years of retirement, but he says he has no doubts about hanging up his running spikes. Read full article
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