Linet Masai has struggled with illness and injury in recent years but the 2009 world 10,000m champion is rounding into some good form again.
Uganda's Moses Kipsiro and Kenya’s Edna Kiplagat topped the podium after claiming convincing victories at the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, in Glasgow on Sunday (4).
The Morrisons Great North Run will welcome a field of about 57,000 runners of all abilities but the man getting the most attention at the IAAF Gold Label Road Race on Sunday (13) will be Mo Farah, the world 5000m and 10,000m champion.
Gemma Steel denied Fionnuala Britton a maiden victory on home soil at the SPAR Great Ireland Run 10km, triumphing in blustery conditions at the IAAF Silver Label Road Race in Dublin’s Phoenix Park on Saturday (11).
Ireland’s leading distance runner Fionnuala Britton will be looking to make it third-time lucky at the SPAR Great Ireland Run 10km, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race in Dublin’s Phoenix Park on Saturday (11).
With 22 years between the youngest and oldest competitors, the senior women’s race at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships, Guiyang 2015 will be a battle between youth and experience.
European cross-country champion Gemma Steel will lead the British team going to the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Guiyang on Saturday 28 March.
The famous Cinque Mulini cross country meeting in the Italian town of San Vittore Olona will celebrate its 83rd edition on Sunday (15) and spectators are potentially going be treated to an all-African battle between Ethiopia’s Muktar Edris and Kenya’s Jairus Birech at the ninth of this winter’s IAAF Cross Country Permit meetings.
Edinburgh has been one of the finest stages in the world for cross country running and this should be no different when the Great Edinburgh XCountry event, an IAAF Cross Country Permit Meeting, takes place on Saturday (10).