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  • News from around the World - EME News (Apr 24, 2018)

    News from around the World - EME News (Apr 24, 2018)

    EME NEWS (APR 24, 2018)   De Grasse is ready DES MOINES (USA): Treble Olympic sprint medallist Andre de Grasse has declared himself “100 per cent” fit after suffering a grade-2 hamstring strain on the eve of the World Championships in London, informs CBC. "I'm 100 per cent. Right now, it's just about working the rust off, whether it's in my warmup or just trying to get back into race mode and be competitive. That's probably my only issue,” he said. De Grasse last raced on 16 July over 200m in Rabat and he will make his comeback over 100m Read More
  • 2018 Virgin Money London Marathon Diary: Coach Patrick Sang about Eliud Kipchoge Winner London Marathon with Andy Edwards, Race News Service

    2018 Virgin Money London Marathon Diary: Coach Patrick Sang about Eliud Kipchoge Winner London Marathon with Andy Edwards, Race News Service

    Coach Patrick Sang knows the sport as coach and athlete. His unique view allows him to advise many of the finest athletes in the world. One of them is an athlete who has won three London Marathons. Another is an athlete who has won three world half marathon championships and two world cross country championships. Read More
  • News from around the World - EME News (Apr 22-23, 2018)

    News from around the World - EME News (Apr 22-23, 2018)

    EME NEWS (APR 22, 2018)   Kipchoge and Cheruiyot LONDON (GBR, Apr 22): Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge won his third London Marathon title on a warm day with temperatures exceeding 20C, extending his marathon record to 10 wins from 11 starts since 2013. The pacemakers hit the halfway point in 61:00 as requested but the world record began to fall away from view over the course of the second half as the temperatures began to rise. Kipchoge covered the second half in 63:17, crossing the finish-line in the Mall in 2:04:17 ahead of 21-year-old Ethiopian Shura Kitata who improved his PB to 2:04:49 (61:00/63:49) on Read More
  • Edrick Floréal In Charge At Hurdles Central

    Edrick Floréal In Charge At Hurdles Central

    At 51, Kentucky’s “Coach Flo”—Edrick Floréal—has arrived at an enviable position in the sport. The Wildcat mentor need only take a glance around his Lexington track to see an assemblage of talent that would sell tickets at any meet. There’s Kori Carter, the world champ in the 400 hurdles. She often works with World Indoor hurdle champ Kendra Harrison, who is also the WR holder in the 100H. And don’t forget Jamaica’s Omar McLeod, the Olympic and world champion in the 110 hurdles. Read More
  • News from around the World - EME News (Apr 19-21, 2018)

    News from around the World - EME News (Apr 19-21, 2018)

    EME NEWS (APR 19, 2018)   Gatlin for opening 100 m ST. GEORGES (GRN): World champion at 100 m Justin Gatlin will debut into the season over the 100 m at the Grenada Invitational meet on Saturday at Kirani James Stadium. He is also confirmed for Shanghai DL on May 12 and Osaka Seiko Golden Grand Prix meet on May 20 in Osaka. Gatlin ran a 150 m in South Africa and relays in last weekends so far this year. On Saturday among his opponents Mike Rodgers and Isiah Young with Chris Belcher from USA along with Andrew Fisher who runs for Bahrain. Women Read More
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