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Athletics | Running

Top athletes confirmed for PE marathon
Top athletes have confirmed their participation for the 2017 ASA Half Marathon which takes place from Pollock Beach, Port Elizabeth, on Saturday. Read full article
Newcomer wins Spar 10km Challenge
British marathon athlete Tish Jones led from start to finish to win the Spar Women’s 10km Challenge in Durban on Sunday in a time of 32.58 minutes. Read full article
Mthembu, Herron take Comrades titles
South Africa's Bongmusa Mthembu claimed the men's Comrades Marathon title, while the women's race was won by USA's Camille Herron. Read full article
Bosman looks to defend Comrades title
The past is the past will be the attitude with which the defending women’s Comrades champion, Charné Bosman (Nedbank Running Club), will line up to race on Sunday in Durban. Read full article
Fokoroni has the ability to surprise
If someone should have asked Mike Fokoroni ten years ago whether he would ever consider running the Comrades ultra-race his answer would have been an emphatic no as he thought he would “die” trying do so. Read full article
Mentoor makes Comrades comeback
It will be the return of a legend when the 44 year old Farwa Mentoor (Nedbank Running Club) lines up to compete in the Comrades for an 11th time next Saturday. Read full article
Bard looks to podium at Comrades
In the history of the Comrades ultra-race only one female athlete from the USA has managed to win it. Ann Trason did so in 1996 and 1997. Read full article
Kipchoge withdraws from London worlds
Kenyan athletics selectors have been forced into wholesale changes to the marathon team for the August 4-13 World Athletics Championships in London. Read full article
Wostmann withdraws from Comrades
Ultra-distance runner Caroline Wöstmann will not defend her Comrades Marathon up-run title on June 4 after losing a race against time to recover from a hamstring injury. 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
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
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
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
'Sub-two hour marathon possible in Monza'
Nike's "Breaking-2" attempt in Italy this weekend might not produce a sub-two hour marathon, but it will probably lead to a world best time, three exercise physiology experts have told Reuters. Read full article
Radcliffe urges Griffiths not to rush in search for coach
Josh Griffiths, the fastest Briton at the recent London Marathon, must not rush into a search for a coach, women's world marathon record holder Paula Radcliffe has said. Read full article
Wanjiru holds off Bekele to win in London
Kenya's Daniel Wanjiru recorded the greatest victory of his career on Sunday as he fended off Ethiopian legend Kenenisa Bekele to win the London Marathon. Read full article
Keitany wins in London in record time
Kenya's Mary Keitany set the fastest time in a women-only marathon as she won a third London Marathon on Sunday in an unofficial 2hrs 17min 01sec. Read full article
Bekele targets marathon with royal touch
Ethiopian track legend Kenenisa Bekele believes he is in the sort of form to break Eliud Kipchoge's fastest ever time in the London Marathon on Sunday. Read full article
Bekele in a hurry for London glory
Triple Olympic track champion Kenenisa Bekele is somewhat surprised that his sepia-tinged 5 000 and 10 000-metres world records are still standing. Read full article
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