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06 Aug 2015

Shot Put Queen Ends Drive For Five: Adams Out Of World Champs

Valerie Adams Bows Out Of Beijing The women’s shot put world title will be out of the hands of Valerie Adams of New Zealand for the first time since 2005 as she has announced she won’t contest the event in Beijing. Adams has won the last four editions of the

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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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06 Jul 2015

Jager frustrated, Ennis-Hill indecisive and Adams ambivalent: Your JTG 5 A DAY

Evan Jager frustrated but Happy after 8 minute clocking Evan Jager was about to run 7:56 and become the first non African male under 8 minutes when he stumbled off the last barrier. He is upbeat but understandly frustrated after the incident. “I just couldn’t believe how fast I was

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03 Jul 2015

Simpson Says, Adams arrives, Yates sorts out Clutterbuck: Your JTG 5 A DAY

Everything you want to know and more about Jenny Simpson An exceptionally long interview with Jenny Simpson, ranging from everything to tactics to her thoughts on growing up during her time in Colorado. Her thoughts on tactics: In the 1500 today, I feel a lot of confidence in the path

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13 Jan 2015


1. Renaud Lavillenie While he’s not the tallest on the list his shot-stopping potential is unrivalled. The upper-body strength and power required to be the world’s best pole vaulter could only lead to lightning-quick reactions and wrists of steel. That strong hand needed to scoop the ball from its top-corner

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02 Jan 2015

A-Z of the Athletics Year, part two; Caleb the Challenger, Desert Dreams, Mutai’s Misfortune

N is for Ndiku: the man Farah needs to fear? Finally, there appears to be an athlete on the track with not just the physical ability, but also the tactical nous to challenge Mo Farah’s stranglehold on major championship gold. Caleb Ndiku had quite the year: World Indoor champion over

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