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Caster Semenya Leads Fab 5 in Return to Pre Classic Women’s 800

Prefontaine Classic The world’s dominant woman 800-meter runner leads the top 5 from last year’s Diamond League final in the Prefontaine Classic. The fivesome –who haven’t raced against...

Dibaba, Chepkoech and Hassan back in Monaco!

The Louis II Stadium track will see the world’s top athletes do battle, with the presence of three world record holders, whose best times...

BMW Berlin Marathon with Women Power: Title Holder Gladys Cherono returns

Berlin Marathon A top-class duel is in prospect in the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON when Germany’s biggest marathon and an IAAF Gold Label race takes place on...

Christian Coleman Ready for Fast Time in Pre Classic 100

Prefontaine Classic The world’s fastest man the last two years returns to the Prefontaine Classic, and this time he’s fully healthy and looking forward to...

Dynamic New Athletics makes exciting debut at European Games in Minsk

From Inside the Games The first public sighting of "Dynamic New Athletics" - the new format being debuted at the 2nd European Games - proved...

Canadians Ben Preisner and Natasha Wodak win in front of a sold out field...

Randy Clegg The 2019 Scotiabank Vancouver Half-Marathon and 5k had many highlights, with $1.2 million dollars being raised for local organizations through the Scotiabank Charity...

Richardson Leads Fast Prefontaine Classic Women’s 100

Prefontaine Classic The fastest woman in the world is poised to make her international debut at the Prefontaine Classic. The stellar field also includes the world’s...

Bruny Surin’s daughter to run Jerome

Gary Kingston Bruny Surin, the Canadian record holder in the 100 metres, has long been retired, but the 1996 Olympic relay gold medallist could still...

Michael Norman and Fred Kerley Ready to Rock Pre Classic 400

Prefontaine Classic Michael Norman will have everyone’s attention in the Prefontaine Classic 400 meters – likely no one more than Fred Kerley, last year’s world No. 1. This...

Cam Levins to return to Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon

Paul Gains Running fans across the continent rejoiced last October when Cam Levins beat the 43-year-old Canadian marathon record with his stunning debut of 2:09:25...