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Feature10 Mar 2021

Despite conflict and uncertainty, women runners from Ethiopia's Tigray region becoming a rising force

Gudaf Tsegay, Lemlem Hailu and Letesenbet Gidey are helping to raise the running profile of Ethiopia's troubled northern region.

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Report06 Feb 2016

World-leading times in sprints and hurdles in Karlsruhe

The initial impression that the track in Karlsruhe’s Messe arena, imported from Sweden after use at the 2013 European Indoor Championships, was going to provide quick times proved to be prophetic as all three of the events down the inside straight provided world-leading times at the opening 2016 IAAF World Indoor Tour meeting on Saturday (6).

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News19 May 2015

Simpson could challenge US 1500m record in Eugene – IAAF Diamond League

Traditionally, US women have had trouble making it to the top of the podium in the 1500m at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Eugene, but this year a strong US group aims to make a statement at the front of the pack at the Prefontaine Classic on 30 May.

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Previews19 Feb 2015

Farah gets his 2015 season underway in Birmingham

Home star Mo Farah will definitely be the star attraction at the Sainsbury’s Indoor Grand Prix, the fifth and final IAAF Indoor Permit meeting of the season, in Birmingham on Saturday (21).

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Report08 Mar 2014

Report: women's 1500m final – Sopot 2014

Sweden’s Abeba Aregawi fulfilled her role as the prohibitive favourite for the women’s 1500m as she ran away from the rest of the field at 500m and just carried on extending her lead throughout the rest of the race before crossing the line in 4:00.61.

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Report07 Mar 2014

Report: women's 1500m heats – Sopot 2014

Sweden’s Abeba Aregawi showed just why she is one of the most prohibitive favourites for a gold medal in Sopot when she ran away from the rest of the runners halfway through her 1500m heat and clocked the fastest time of the evening in 4:08.74.

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