IAAF News and Features
  • Polish stars set for Torun
    Organisers of the Copernicus Cup have revealed the names of the first three top athletes set to compete at the IAAF World Indoor Tour meeting on 15 February.
  • Olympic high jump champion Beitia retires
    Olympic high jump champion Ruth Beitia, one of Spain’s most successful athletes, announced her retirement on Wednesday (18).
  • Entries open for fan photograph of the year contest
    Entries are now open for the best photograph of the year taken by a fan photographer.
  • Second best for Nowicki is sufficient, for now
    Bronze medals at four consecutive major championships have earned Wojciech Nowicki considerable respect from his fellow hammer throwers, but he is yet to gain the global recognition he deserves from the wider athletics audience owing to the fact that the global No.1 in his event in recent years has been his fellow Pole Pawel Fajdek.
  • My greatest challenge – Irving Saladino
    Panama’s 2007 world and 2008 Olympic long jump champion Irving Saladino faced difficulties in overcoming persistent no-jumps, which dogged him for the latter part of his career.
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