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Ajee Wilson’s positive test; something other than beef smells rancid here

Ajee Wilson’s positive test; something other than beef smells rancid here

Christopher Kelsall June 20, 2017 1

© Copyright – 2017 – Athletics Illustrated American middle-distance runner, Ajee Wilson from Philadelphia, PA, tested positive for a banned performance-enhancing drug Zeranol, sold under the brand name Ralone. The positive result was taken from

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Opinion: Call me when USADA publishes a final document on Nike Oregon Project

Opinion: Call me when USADA publishes a final document on Nike Oregon Project

Christopher Kelsall May 26, 2017 0

© Copyright – 2017 – Athletics Illustrated Flotrack, an online publication that promotes the sport of athletics (track and field) and based in Austin, Texas, published a United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) document that implicates

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Tyler Dozzi chases gold at BC championships, chooses UBC Thunderbirds for post-secondary education

Tyler Dozzi chases gold at BC championships, chooses UBC Thunderbirds for post-secondary education

Christopher Kelsall May 23, 2017 0

© Copyright – 2017 – Athletics Illustrated Tyler Dozzi is heading to the University of British Columbia in September to study engineering and compete for the Thunderbirds under Coaches Laurier Primeau, Chris Johnson and Norm

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Honour the Greeks who fought for our freedoms; do the distance

Honour the Greeks who fought for our freedoms; do the distance

Dick Straight May 13, 2017 0

© Copyright – 2017 – Athletics Illustrated     We could do a better job of honouring the man who delivered the good news that freedom was won in a battle against the invading Persians at Marathon,

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Paula Radcliffe on European Athletics Association new ratification rules, “It is insulting…”

Paula Radcliffe on European Athletics Association new ratification rules, “It is insulting…”

Christopher Kelsall May 5, 2017 1

© Copyright – 2017 – Athletics Illustrated In July, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) will likely approve a motion that the European Athletics Association has proposed. They want to bring in a best

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Disgraced Turkish athlete returns to competition in Europe; she should be banned for life

Disgraced Turkish athlete returns to competition in Europe; she should be banned for life

Christopher Kelsall February 7, 2017 0

© Copyright – 2017 – Athletics Illustrated Disgraced Turkish middle-distance athlete Asli Cakir Alptekein returned to competition four years after her original eight-year drugs ban started. The drug cheat was permitted to compete in the European

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Is Ethiopia’s Lifetime Doping ban just lip service?

Is Ethiopia’s Lifetime Doping ban just lip service?

Christopher Kelsall December 29, 2016 0

© Copyright – 2016 – Victoria Sports News Ethiopia happens to be one of five nations that the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has labelled in the category of “Critical Care” because of their

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Can Galen Rupp break the B.A.A. Boston Marathon course record?

Can Galen Rupp break the B.A.A. Boston Marathon course record?

Christopher Kelsall December 28, 2016 0

© Copyright – 2016 – Athletics Illustrated Galen Rupp, 2012 London Olympic silver medallist in the 10,000-metre event and bronze medal winner during the Rio Olympic marathon, is currently training for the 2016 B.A.A. Boston

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The Death of international Cross Country

The Death of international Cross Country

Christopher Kelsall December 15, 2016 2

© Copyright – 2016 – Athletics Illustrated The World Cross Country Championships are going to die a harsh death if intervention does not happen immediately. Before the world championships die, the European cross country championships will

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An emotional day for Canadians: Mo Ahmed, Gord Downie and Melissa Bishop, all class

An emotional day for Canadians: Mo Ahmed, Gord Downie and Melissa Bishop, all class

Christopher Kelsall August 21, 2016 0

© Copyright – 2016 – Athletics Illustrated Today was an emotional day for Canadians. Toronto’s Mohammed Ahmed, the national record holder in the 5,000-metre event made the Olympic final. Today he raced and acquitted himself well.

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