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  • IAAF/Mikkeller World Cross Country Championships Aarhus 2019 Facts and Figures now available
    All sorts of fascinating statistics on the past 42 editions of the championships can be found in the IAAF/Mikkeller World Cross Country Championships Aarhus 2019 Facts and Figures, which is available to download now as a PDF.
  • Road round-up: Jeptoo makes winning return in Milan, course records fall in Wuxi
    Priscah Jeptoo and Vincent Rerimoi claimed a Kenyan double at the 44th edition of the Stramilano Half Marathon in Milan on Sunday (24).
  • Haukenes regains 50km title in Dudince
    Returning to the venue of his previous PB and 2017 victory, Norway’s Havard Haukenes convincingly won the men’s 50km race walk at the Dudince 50 on Saturday (23), clocking a lifetime best of 3:42:50.
  • Kiryu double highlights Queensland Track Classic
    Yoshihide Kiryu, the only Japanese man ever to have broken 10 seconds for 100m, lit up the Queensland Track Classic with a sprint double on Saturday (23), in the process, dragging one of Autralia’s emerging sprinters to a World Championships qualifying time in the 100m.
  • Fab five: World Cross dramatic moments
    The IAAF World Cross Country Championships has served up many cherished memories of pure sporting theatre throughout its rich history.
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