IAAF News and Features
  • Personal bests – Antti Ruuskanen
    European javelin champion Antti Ruuskanen last weekend won the Finnish title with a PB of 88.98m. The 31-year-old took some time out from his busy schedule to answer our ‘personal bests’ questions.
  • Beitia, Mechaal and Lopez excel at Spanish Championships
    Ruth Beitia and Miguel Angel Lopez, the country’s top World Championships medal hopes, were in fine form at the Spanish Championships, held in Castellon de la Plana on 1-2 August.
  • Aguilar breaks world junior javelin record at Pan American Junior Championships
    Yulenmis Aguilar’s world junior javelin record* capped a highly competitive 18th Pan American Junior Championships at Foote Field in Edmonton, which concluded after three days of action on Sunday (2), as the USA clearly dominated with 56 medals, including a record 30 titles.
  • Silva, Drouin and Tamberi fly high in Germany
    Two German cities hosted vertical jumps competitions this weekend with Yarisley Silva producing a world-leading mark in the pole vault in Beckum and Derek Drouin winning a quality high jump competition in Eberstadt on Sunday (2).
  • Statement on allegations related to IAAF anti-doping
    The IAAF is aware of serious allegations made against the integrity and competence of its anti-doping programme.
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    Monday, 06 August 2012 22:26

    NSW Short XC

    A beautiful, sunny day wasn’t the only nice surprise greeting us at Upjohn Park – the name “Jeff” in between two sets of Olympic rings was spray-painted on the grass in front of the medal podium! This was a tribute to our Olympic marathon entrant, Jeff Hunt, who was having his last ANSW race before heading to London.

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    Friday, 27 July 2012 07:33

    Olympic Farewell Dinner

    Over 50 people shared a special night at the Coogee Bowling Club – the club farewelling representatives Jeff Hunt and Steven Solomon to 18th Olympic Games.

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    Sunday, 03 June 2012 02:02

    Club's Sunday Long Run at Royal National Park

    The Randwick Botany Harrier’s Second Club Sunday Long Run was a great success at The Royal National Park on Sunday the 27th of May. We had perfect weather and a great turnout for the event, which was an opportunity to clock up some miles outside of the white fence.


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    Monday, 21 May 2012 04:17

    NSW Cross Country Relays

    We are urging runners to participate in this year State Cross Country Relays to be held on 2nd June.
    All information about this competition, including time-table and how to get there can be found here.


    Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 22:48
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    Saturday, 21 April 2012 00:59

    RBH at Open National Championships 2012

    Australian Open Championships were held from April 13 to April 15 in Melbourne. Randwick Botany Harriers had 5 athletes competing and medal tally was very impressive, 2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal. The most impressive performance came from Steven Solomon who once again snatched national title (he won it last year as well) and ran personal best time of 45.54. Harry Summers came back with his first national title in 5000m. James Roff was second Australian in 400m hurdles while his brother Jeremy came third in fairly tactical 1500m.

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