Gete Wami may not be a favourite to win in Belfast, but she holds strong hopes of victory in the Cross Challenge
A day before the start of the 27th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Belfast, IAAF President Dr Primo Nebiolo was received at the Parliament building in Stormont by David Trimble, First Minister of the Northern Ireland Assembly, and John Hume, leader of the SDLP party
Paul Tergat, the legendary Kenyan distance runner who aims to win an historic fifth consecutive title on Sunday, described the course of the 27th IAAF World Cross Country Championships as "the toughest I have ever seen"
27th IAAF World Cross Country Championships preview. Zahra Ouaziz profile by Phil Minshull
18 March 1999 IAAF organise Fun in Athletics for Irish children. British Sports Minister and Minister for Ireland to attend
When, in the early afternoon of 28 March, an army of over two hundred runners set off across the grass of the Barnett Demesne Park, in Belfast, an historic challenge will course through the strong and agile legs of Paul Tergat – the Kenyan who has dominated this discipline since 1995.