The selection of Barcelona as host the 2012 World Junior Championships and a detailed progress report by the Local Organising Committee of the World Championships in Athletics – Daegu 2011 highlighted the concluding day of the IAAF Council Meeting in Doha.<BR>... Read More
Meeting after the conclusion of a hugely successful edition of the World Indoor Championships, bids for upcoming IAAF events were announced as the IAAF Council began a two-day meeting at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Doha, Qatar. <BR>... Read More
Moving up two big steps from her finish two years ago, Fabiana Murer took an unexpected but certainly deserved victory in the women’s Pole Vault.... Read More
Teddy Tamgho placed the exclamation point at the end of the final day of the 13th IAAF World Indoor Championships here in Doha, Qatar when he reached 17.90m in the Triple Jump to shatter the World Indoor record.*
time winner Terrence Trammell was the season’s fastest hurdler, reigning US champion and undefeated all winter.
Capping a thrilling Triple Jump competition, Teddy Tamgho of France set a new World indoor record of 17.90m to clinch the gold medal at the 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships at the Aspire Dome in Doha.<BR>
Ethiopia did take another women’s 1500m title, but the gold didn’t go to defending champion Gelete Burka.
The third and final day of the 2010 World Indoor Championships at the Aspire Dome in Doha will be a three-hour streak of finals starting with the women's Long Jump at 16:00 AST through the 18:50 AST start of the men's 4x400m final.<BR>
Team USA grabbed their seventh 4x400m World Indoor title and one that has been property of the stars and stripes nation since 2006 here in Doha courtesy of a 3:03.40 World leading time; and they didn’t even need to field 400m World Indoor record holder Kerron Clement who had anchored the first round to a comfortable heat win.<br>
<P>One thing we have learned from today is never discount Veronica Campbell-Brown.</P><BR>
<P>The most impressive streak in World Indoor Championship history was brought to a shuddering halt as the USA ended Russia's run of eight successive titles in an thrilling duel.</P><BR>