Klaus Wolfermann, the 1972 Olympic javelin champion who one year later became a world record-breaker, recently made the generous donation of his long sleeve jersey from Munich.
Being a world record-holder, Olympic silver medallist and European champion, Liese Prokop is one of the greatest Austrian athletes of all time.
Artefacts from Emil Zatopek, Naoko Takahashi and Eliud Kipchoge highlight the Olympic Athletics Collection room which opens today in the virtual Museum of World Athletics (MOWA)
Jim Thorpe and Lina Radke are the latest recipients of the World Athletics Heritage Plaque in the posthumous category of ‘Legend’.
At the heart of the new Olympic Athletics Collection room is a spectacular ASICS historic shoe display.
It was at the last Olympic Games in Tokyo, back in 1964, that Basil Heatley followed in the footsteps of Sam Ferris (1932), Ernie Harper (1936) and Tom Richards (1948) with a silver medal-winning run.
The World Athletics Heritage Plaque honouring the Giro Podistico Internazionale di Castelbuono has been unveiled in the centre of the medieval Sicilian town of Castelbuono.
To say Ugo Frigerio was one of athletics’ all-time characters doesn’t do the Italian justice.
With one month to go until the Tokyo Olympic women’s 400m final, we are delighted that Australia's 2000 Olympic 400m gold medallist Cathy Freeman has taken her place in the Museum of World Athletics (MOWA).
The sound of thousands of fans shouting this name has stayed in the memory of anyone who heard it in German or international stadiums.
'Running for the Revolution' is a new documentary film that chronicles the life of Olympic athletics legend and World Athletics Council Member Alberto Juantorena