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Athletics | Running

London Marathon entries break 400 000 mark
More than 400 000 runners have entered the ballot for next year's London Marathon, breaking the event's own world record for registrations. Read full article
Molotsane, Conrad spearhead the Cape Town 12 ONERUN
South Africa’s latest female running sensation, Kesa Molotsane and Nolene Conrad will lead the South African onslaught for the title at the 2018 FNB Cape Town 12 ONERUN on Sunday, 20 May. Read full article
Rupp, Kitur triumph in Prague marathon
American Galen Rupp clocked a personal best on his way to victory in the Prague marathon on Sunday, with Kenya's Bornes Jepkirui Kitur taking honours in the women's race. Read full article
SA records at world race walking championships
Two national records fell over the weekend, with ultra-distance athlete Natalie le Roux and junior prospect Francois Jacobs rewriting the South African record books in Taicang, China. Read full article
'Traumatised' Kiprop vows to prove innocence
Kenya's former Olympic and world 1 500 metres champion Asbel Kiprop said he was traumatised by the news that he failed a doping test for the banned blood-booster EPO and vowed to prove his innocence. Read full article
Molotsane notches up second win
Kesa Molotsane (KPMG) coasted to victory in the Spar Women’s 10km Challenge at Pollok Beach in Port Elizabeth on Saturday, in a time of 33.46 minutes. Read full article
Liang betters women's 50km walk record
China's Liang Rui took more than a minute off the world record for the women's 50km walk in Taicang on Saturday, claiming gold at the world racewalking team championships. Read full article
Molotsane on pole in 10km Challenge
The Spar Women’s 10km Challenge series moves to Port Elizabeth this weekend, with the Friendly City race being run from Pollok Beach in Summerstrand at seven o’clock on Saturday morning. Read full article
London Marathon runner dies in hospital - organisers
A 29-year-old chef who collapsed while running in Sunday's London Marathon has died in hospital, event organisers said on Monday. Read full article
Kipchoge wins in London, Farah third
Eliud Kipchoge stormed to his third London Marathon title on Sunday to complete an impressive Kenyan double after Vivian Cheruiyot dominated the women's race in warm conditions. Read full article
Cheruiyot wins women's title in London
Vivian Cheruiyot shocked favourite and fellow Kenyan Mary Keitany to win the London Marathon for the first time on Sunday but failed to break Paula Radcliffe’s world record as high temperatures took their toll. Read full article
Bounasser wins Vienna marathon
Morocco's Salaheddine Bounasser was the surprise winner of the Vienna marathon on Sunday while world record holder Dennis Kimetto's injury frustration continued as he failed to finish. Read full article
Farah faces tough examination
British track legend Mo Farah had few peers in distance championship running but he may find a few better than him on the road in Sunday's London Marathon. Read full article
Kipchoge knows what he is doing
Eliud Kipchoge is the most successful marathon runner in history so he can be excused for his somewhat dismissive response when questioned about his unusual preparations for London race. Read full article
'Kawauchi to turn pro after Boston win'
Boston Marathon winner Yuki Kawauchi has told reporters in his native Japan that he plans to turn professional within a year. Read full article
Keitany eyes Radcliffe WR in London
Mary Keitany will look to achieve a "lifetime goal" when she tries to topple Paula Radcliffe as the quickest woman ever to run a marathon. Read full article
Farah ready to mix it in the marathon
Whether months of 120 miles-a-week altitude training will be enough to transform Farah into a world-class marathon runner will be revealed on the streets of London on Sunday. Read full article
Kawauchi takes alternative route to Boston glory
Yuki Kawauchi's improbable victory at the Boston Marathon on Monday is the crowning glory in the career of an amateur Japanese runner who has defied every convention in modern athletics. Read full article
Kawauchi, Linden win Boston titles
Desiree Linden became the first American woman since 1985 to win the Boston Marathon while Japan's Yuki Kawauchi captured his fourth men's marathon victory of the year on Monday. Read full article
Hasay out of Boston Marathon with injury
American Jordan Hasay, one of the top women's challengers in Monday's Boston Marathon, has withdrawn with a heel injury, officials said on Sunday. Read full article
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