IAAF News and Features
  • Polish coach Czapiewski dies
    The IAAF is deeply saddened to hear that Polish athletics coach Wieslaw Czapiewski died on Saturday at the age of 59.
  • Weekend road round-up: course records broken in Amsterdam, Delhi, Toronto and Lisbon
    Ethiopia’s Degitu Azmeraw smashed the women’s course record at the TCS Amsterdam Marathon with 2:19:26, the second-fastest debut in history for the distance, while Kenya’s Vincent Kipchumba won a close men’s contest in 2:05:09 at the IAAF Gold Label road race on Sunday (20).
  • Fab five: landmark moments in athletics
    Following Eliud Kipchoge’s sub-two-hour run for the marathon distance last weekend, we look at five other landmark moments for the sport.
  • Siame and Wisil named ANOC area athletes of the year
    Sprinters Sydney Siame from Zambia and Toea Wisil from Papua New Guinea were honoured for their achievements this year at the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) Awards 2019 in Doha on Thursday (17).
  • Liu leads strong Chinese contingent in Suzhou
    Three-time world 20km race walk champion and 50km world record-holder Liu Hong will lead a strong Chinese contingent aiming to win both the individual and team titles at the Around Taihu International Race Walking competition, the last leg of this year’s IAAF Race Walking Challenge that will start on Sunday (20).
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    Sunday, 07 February 2010 20:39

    Hunter Track Classic, Newcastle, 6th Feb

    Sean Williams reports from Hunter Track Classic held in Newcastle on Saturday


    Scott Westcott did a marvellous job as meet director. The music was pumping, the commentator was on the ball, the new track looked great and 2000 track fans were very vocal as many of Australia's best athlete's took to centre stage.

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    Saturday, 30 January 2010 07:24

    State 5000m and Allcomers meet

    Randwick Botany Harriers was represented very well at the NSW 5000m Championships and Athletics NSW Allcomers meet.

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    Sunday, 24 January 2010 01:13

    State Club Championships

    Randwick Botany Harriers men came 6th at Club Championships while women team, although incomplete, finished 9th. As expected, strong performances came from distance guys, namely first two places in 3000m but icing on the cake was win in 4x400m relays.

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