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25 Aug 2015

Day 4 Video Roundup; Tuka Talks Breakthroughs; Your JTG 5-A-Day

Beijing Roundup: Day 4 A day of Kenyan dominance, in two events anyway, as we watched two titles go the way of the East-African men. David Rudisha made a triumphant return to global championships as he ran an immensely controlled race to take the 800m title. His teammate in the

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14 Aug 2015

Beijing 2015: the five events you can’t miss

Bolt, Gatlin and the race for credibility; Men’s 100m They can pitch it any way they want – good versus evil, drug cheat versus paragon of virtue, track’s hero versus its villain – but none of it will matter a jot to Usain Bolt and Justin Gatlin when they settle

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Silver lining: Mark English after finishing second at the European Indoor Championships.
25 Jul 2015

English Back In Business At Anniversary Games

Mark English put his European U23 Championships disappointment well and truly behind him as he clocked a season’s best of 1:45.49 for 800m at the London Anniversary Games this afternoon. Check out his race below where he is bested only by the world record holder, the 2012 Olympic silver medalist,

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Even Mark English has toed the line at a Graded Meeting
25 Jul 2015

London Anniversary Games: Live Stream

Usain Bolt lived up to the hype at day one of the London Anniversary Games, and day two is set to be a cracker. Rudisha takes on Amos over 800m, Sub-44 400m guys Makwala and Van Niekerk do battle over one lap, while Christian Taylor takes on Greg Rutherford in

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25 Jul 2015

Rudisha Ruled the World in 2012. This is 2015. Can he do it?

In 2012, the reigning World Champion and World Record David Rudisha smashed his own World Record and won his first Olympic Title. He strode away from the field, leading from the gun in the most graceful display of front-running the World has ever seen. Behind him an 18 year old

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13 Jul 2015

The Return of the King: Can David Rudisha mount a comeback?

2014 was a good year for David Rudisha. Okay so he didn’t smash the World Record like he did en route to Gold in London 2012 but he gave us another side to his character. We witnessed the Lion, injured, fighting off the young challengers. He was willing to race

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10 Jul 2015

Lausanne Diamond League – Video Roundup

Men’s 800m – David Rudisha ran it from the front but Nigel Amos was too hot to handle in the final straight.   Men’s 100m – Inspiring stuff in this one. G*tlin leads it home, top-4 have served doping bans.   Men’s Triple Jump – Pedro Pablo Pichardo jumps 17.99m…and

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10 Jul 2015

Awesome Amos takes down Rudisha

He tracked him, stalked him, for more than 700 metres – biding his time until the perfect moment –and when Nijel Amos caught sight of the finish line in Lausanne tonight, he emerged from the slipstream of his great rival David Rudisha, powered past, and won the 800m in 1:43.27.

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Filbert Bayi sets World Record and wins Commonwealth Title
29 Jun 2015

Five Fantastic Front Runners:Catch me if You Can

So we have had our fast finishers but what about those who choose to lead from the front? We picked 5 of the best front runners in history. They are many more, we definitely had a few howlers and left some people out. Filbert Bayi These race has to be

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Even Mark English has toed the line at a Graded Meeting
13 Jun 2015

Live Stream: New York Diamond League – English v Rudisha

*Updated* – Men’s 800m race video below   The Adidas Grand Prix from New York City is live on Eurosport 2 from 6pm (GMT+1) or online at the stream below. English takes on the King Apart from the likes of Usain Bolt, Pablo Pedro Pichardo, and Blanka Vlasic, there’s the

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