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  • IAAF World Indoor set to conclude in Glasgow with dress rehearsal for Birmingham

    The Muller Indoor Grand Prix Glasgow on Sunday (25) represents the last stop of the IAAF World Indoor Tour, but – perhaps more significantly – for many athletes it will be the final dress rehearsal ahead of next week’s IAAF World Indoor Championships Birmingham 2018.
  • Kipsang targeting world record in Tokyo

    Wilson Kipsang returns to defend his title at the 12th edition of the Tokyo Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label road race, on Sunday (25). Former winners Birhane Dibaba from Ethiopia and Kenyan Helah Kiprop lead the women's field.
  • Assefa and Debebe the favourites in Seville

    Ethiopians Fikre Assefa and Zinash Debebe will be among the favourites at the Zurich Maraton de Sevilla, an IAAF Gold Label road race, on Sunday (23). The race, which boasts one of the flattest courses worldwide, will also serve as the Spanish championships for the distance which has attracted the local crème.
  • Luvo Manyonga: I love jumping because...

    Luvo Manyonga enjoyed a year of long jump perfection in 2017 boasting a 100 per cent record on his way to winning the world title in London and the IAAF Diamond League crown. Here the 2016 Olympic silver medallist talks about his passion and enthusiasm for his event.
  • Pinto, Klosterhalfen and Hess lead German squad to IAAF World Indoor Championships Birmingham 2018

    Sprinter Tatjana Pinto, middle distance standout Konstanze Klosterhalfen and triple jumper Max Hess lead a German squad of 21 to the IAAF World Indoor Championships Birmingham 2018 from 1-4 March.

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