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Kenyans lament Diamond League scrapping 5000m
Kenya's Commonwealth and world junior 5000m champion Edward Zakayo expressed concern on Friday over the future of distance runners following the axing of the event from the Diamond League. Read full article
Distance races to continue at Prefontaine despite IAAF changes
Distance races are expected to continue at Oregon's Prefontaine Classic even though the Diamond League is dropping events longer than 3,000 metres from its globally televised programme in 2020. Read full article
Kenya, Ethiopia urge IAAF not to cut Diamond League races
Kenyan athletics chiefs said on they would oppose the decision by the sport's world governing IAAF to cut the 5 000m and 10 000m from the Diamond League circuit. Read full article
Haile slams IAAF move to cut Diamond League discipline
The IAAF's decision to limit the longest event in the Diamond League circuit to 3 000 metres will "disproportionately affect" Ethiopia and Kenya, running great Haile Gebrselassie has said. Read full article
Athletics bosses approve major Diamond League changes
The IAAF has approved major changes to Diamond League events from next year including reducing the number of events at each meeting from 32 to 24, officials said on Monday. Read full article
IAAF upholds Russia ban over doping
World athletics governing body IAAF said on Monday it had decided not to lift a ban on Russia's athletics federation over doping. Read full article
Kenya athletes stumble over stadium repairs
Kenya hosts the world junior athletics championships in just over a year, hoping to showcase its future stars and the potential the country has to stage international athletics competitions. Read full article
Ethiopian Kejelcha smashes world indoor mile record
Ethiopian Yomif Kejelcha broke the world indoor mile record when he clocked three minutes 47.01 seconds during an invitational meet in Boston on Sunday. Read full article
Muir claims Euro double, Ingebrigtsen misses out
Britain's Laura Muir won the women's 1500 metres to complete a European Indoor Athletics Championships double on Sunday but Norwegian teenager Jakob Ingebrigtsen missed out in the men's event, Read full article
Teenager Ingebrigtsen wins again as Norway thrive
Norway enjoyed a bumper night at the European Indoor Athletics Championships on Saturday as teenager Jakob Ingebrigtsen won the 3 000 metres. Read full article
Muir and Johnson-Thompson take gold for Britain
Host nation Britain enjoyed a golden start to the European Indoor Athletics Championships on Friday as Laura Muir successfully defended her 3 000 metres title. Read full article
Board declines to reinstate Lananna to USATF presidency
Track and field's US governing board (USATF) has voted to continue their year-old "temporary administrative leave" of president Vin Lananna. Read full article
Brazier sets 600m world best at US Indoor Championships
Donavan Brazier set a world best by winning the 600 metres in 1min 13.77secs on Sunday at the US Indoor Track and Field Championships. Read full article
World record holder Lavillenie out of Euro Indoors
Pole vault world record holder Renaud Lavillenie will miss the upcoming European Athletics Indoor Championships in Glasgow after failing to recover in time from a hamstring injury. Read full article
Lyles drops plans for 100m bid at world champs
American sprinter Noah Lyles is dropping plans for a sprint double at September's world championships in Doha and will focus only on the 200 metres, he told Reuters. Read full article
Tefera breaks El Guerrouj's 1 500m indoor world record
Ethiopia's Samuel Tefera set a new 1 500 metres indoor world record in Birmingham on Saturday as he broke a mark that had stood for more than 20 years. Read full article
Jamaica sticking with June world trials dates
The Jamaican Athletics Federation is sticking with its decision to hold their world championships trials during a period typically reserved for Diamond League and other meetings despite concerns. Read full article
Kejelcha narrowly misses world indoor mile record
Yomif Kejelcha fell one-hundredth of a second short of the world indoor mile record and Kenya's Michael Saruni clocked the third fastest indoor 800m of all-time as young Africans lit up the Millrose Games. Read full article
2024 Olympics failing poor Paris areas - Macron
French President Emmanuel Macron says he is concerned that some of the poorest districts of Paris are failing to see the benefits from the 2024 Olympics. Read full article
Twelve Russian track and field athletes suspended for doping
Twelve Russian track and field athletes, including 2012 Olympic high jump champion Ivan Ukhov, have been suspended for doping, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) announced on Friday. Read full article
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