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  • Beernaert secures Youth Olympic gold in spectacle of stages in Buenos Aires
    Though deciding medallists based on combined results makes for some head-scratching at the end of an event, the drama the format provides was evident on the fourth day of athletics at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympics Games on Sunday (14). No more so than in the women’s long jump, where a single centimetre separated the three medallists after a bout of last-round drama.
  • Three race records fall in wind-swept Lisbon
    The fast-acting organisers of the EDP Lisbon Marathon and Vodafone Half Marathon delayed the start times of both races by an hour and moved the location of the start line for the half marathon to avoid the strong winds of Hurricane Leslie on Sunday (14).
  • Road round-up: Tsegay and Claude-Boxberger prevail in Paris, Cheptegei triumphs in Durban
    Eritrea’s Samuel Tsegay and France’s Ophélie Claude-Boxberger took top honours at the 20km de Paris on Sunday (14), winning the 40th edition of the IAAF Bronze Label road race in 58:23 and 1:09:48 respectively.
  • 2018 in review: sprints
    Our 2018 review series continues with statisticians A Lennart Julin and Mirko Jalava looking back at the sprints.
  • Watch athletics action from the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games
    Watch all of the athletics action from the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games via the official live stream.
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    Sunday, 28 February 2010 05:45

    Sydney Track Classic 2010


    At what is the best athletics meet that Sydney can offer our club was represented in 1500m and 400m hurdles races. Jeremy Roff finished 5th in very classy 1500m field in Commonwealth Games A qualifier of 3:36.79. The race was won by sensational Ryan Gregson in 3:35.42 which is a new meet record.

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    Monday, 22 February 2010 11:04

    Yarra Bay Fun Run 2010, Sunday 28th February

    The Second Yarra Bay Fun Run and Walk will be on Sunday 28th February 2010. I hope you will take this opportunity to bring your family to participate in a fun, friendly atmosphere and raise money for the Deb Bailey Foundation which helps increase awareness and research into the debilitating Motor Neurone Disease. 

    All entry fees go to the
    Deb Bailey Foundation. So there’s no excuse, come and join us for a healthy walk or run around the beautiful shores of Botany Bay. You can register online by clicking logo or link above.

    Jane Saville

     
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    Thursday, 18 February 2010 02:14

    Interview with Jeff Hunt

    After his spectacular marathon debut in Japan, a couple of weeks ago, we caught up with Jeff Hunt and chat about couple of topics that, we thought, were not covered in the media.

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    Friday, 19 February 2010 23:11

    Interview with Rachel Hardy

    Rachel Hardy is an outstanding young athlete. She specializes in err... everything, she is heptathlete, actually the best in Australia for her age group. She won national U18 heptathlon this year and last year she won same competition in U17 age group.

     

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    Tuesday, 16 February 2010 10:20

    Rachel Hardy Won Australian U18 Heptathlon, Hobart, 13 & 14 Feb 2010

    After winning national U17 heptathlon last year, Rachel Hardy came back to win U18s event this year. The national multievent championships were held in Hobart last weekend.

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