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Allen ekes out hurdles win over Holloway
Devon Allen beat collegiate champion Grant Holloway by two-thousandths of a second to win the 110m hurdles, and world indoor champion Sandi Morris took women's pole vault honours. Read full article
Levy, Williams recover to win sprint hurdle titles
Commonwealth Games champion Ronald Levy did not enjoy the cleanest of performances but did enough to win the 110m hurdles in a time of 13.16 seconds at the Jamaican trials on Sunday. Read full article
Kipruto sets sight on Shaheen's record
Kenyan Conseslus Kipruto says he has set his sights on breaking the 14-year-old 3,000-metre steeplechase world record at the Monaco Diamond League meeting on July 20. Read full article
Thompson overhauls Fraser-Pryce to claim Jamaican title
Elaine Thompson left it late before coming through in the closing stages to run down a fast-starting Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and win the Jamaican championships title on Friday. Read full article
Lyles equals year's fastest 100m, Rodgers withdraws
Noah Lyles equalled the fastest 100 metres time in the world this year when the 20-year-old ran 9.89 seconds in the semifinals of the US championships in Iowa on Friday. Read full article
IAAF clears 33 Russians
Thirty-three more Russian athletes were cleared to compete as neutrals by the International Association of Athletics Federations on Friday. Read full article
US stars escape the routine at national meet
Several American athletics stars will compete outside their feature events when the US Outdoor Track and Field Championships begin on Thursday at Drake University Stadium in Des Moines, Iowa. Read full article
Felix eyes Tokyo Olympics, Bolt record
Allyson Felix finished third over 400m at a meeting in Marseille on Saturday before insisting that she hasn't given up on matching Usain Bolt's record of eight Olympic titles in Tokyo in 2020. Read full article
Gatlin, Coleman to miss US champs, World Cup
Justin Gatlin and Christian Coleman will miss next week's US championships and as a result will not be eligible for track and field's new premier event, the Athletics World Cup in London in July. Read full article
Olympic long jump champion Rutherford to retire
Britain's Greg Rutherford who won Olympic long jump gold on 'Super Saturday' at the 2012 Olympics in London will retire at the end of the season he announced. Read full article
Echevarria stuns with wind-assisted long jump
Cuban teenage star Juan Miguel Echevarria won the long jump at the Stockholm Diamond League meet on Sunday with a monstrous wind assisted 8.83-metres. Read full article
Kirani James wins 400m in Kingston
Former Olympic and World champion Kirani James returned from a long layoff to claim the 400 meters at the Racers Grand Prix on Saturday, clocking a winning time of 44.35 seconds. Read full article
Guliyev triumphs in sunny Oslo after steeplechase chaos
Ramil Guliyev made it two wins in three days over 200 metres - in wildly contrasting conditions - when he delivered his trademark strong finish to triumph in the Bislett Games on Thursday. Read full article
Lyles ready to be track and field's new showman
Not everyone may know him yet, but there's a new man ready to put "the show" back in track and field. Read full article
Injured Coleman out of Oslo and Stockholm meetings
American 60 metres world record holder Christian Coleman will miss next week's Diamond League meetings in Oslo and Stockholm as he recovers from a hamstring injury. Read full article
Baker beats Coleman again, Manyonga wins
Ronnie Baker sprinted to a second men's 100m triumph in a week, winning the Rome Diamond League meet on Thursday as US rival Christian Coleman faded to fourth. Read full article
Coleman and Baker renew rivalry in Rome
US sprinters Christian Coleman and Ronnie Baker are set to renew their rivalry on Thursday as the Diamond League heads to Rome for the fourth in the 14-leg IAAF series. Read full article
Sprint showdowns scuttled at Prefontaine meet
Christian Coleman will not have a 100m world championship rematch with Justin Gatlin at Saturday's 44th Prefontaine Classic nor will he face Noah Lyles in a 200m showdown at his Diamond League debut. Read full article
Gatlin out with hamstring injury
World champion Justin Gatlin has withdrawn from Saturday's Prefontaine Classic with a hamstring injury and chief rival Christian Coleman will only race in the 100 metres. Read full article
Hughes wins, Simbine second in Boston
Britain's Zharnel Hughes, disqualified from a Commonwealth Games 200m title last month, won the 100m crown at Sunday's Boston Games athletics meet on a unique straight 200m downtown track. Read full article
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