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Feature25 Sep 2020

Remembering Magic Monday, the greatest night in athletics history

Twenty years ago today, the Sydney Olympic Games enraptured the world with what is widely regarded as one of the most thrilling nights in athletics history.

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Series14 Sep 2019

Fab five: world records set at the World Championships

In the latest of our fab five series, we focus on a clutch of world champions who garnished their considerable achievement with the elation of posting a world record.

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News16 Aug 2013

IAAF Ambassadors Press Conference 16 August: Steve Cram, Svetlana Masterkova, Ryan Wilson

The IAAF Ambassadors Press Conference, marking 30 years of the IAAF World Championships, featured two IAAF Ambassadors, Great Britain’s 1983 1500m champion Steve Cram and Russia’s 1996 Olympic Games 800m and 1500m champion Svetlana Masterkova. US hurdler Ryan Wilson, who won the 110m Hurdles silver medal on Monday, was also there as a guest on Friday (15).

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News14 Aug 2013

IAAF Ambassadors Press Conference 14 August: Jonathan Edwards and Wilson Kipketer

The fifth IAAF Ambassadors Press Conference featured the Triple Jump World record holder, 2000 Olympic Games champion and double World champion Jonathan Edwards, and former 800m World record holder and three-time World champion over 800m Wilson Kipketer.

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Feature17 Dec 2001

2002 retirement on the cards for Edwards

Jonathan Edwards, Britain’s 35-year-old World and Olympic triple jump champion, could retire from full-time competition at the end of the 2002 season.

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News11 Nov 2001

Edwards and Radcliffe win British Awards

Jonathan Edwards and Paula Radcliffe were named Athletes of the Year on Saturday night at the 39th annual British Athletics Writers’ Association Awards Dinner, in London.

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News24 Jun 1999

Gebrselassie to run in Gateshead

Preview of IAAF Grand Prix II in Gateshead

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News12 Oct 1998

Edwards and Arron voted European Athletes of the Year

Edwards and Arron voted European Athletes of the Year

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News29 Jan 1998

Ankle injury keeps Edwards out of Dortmund meet

One of the stars of Friday's international indoor meeting in Dortmund will be on the missing list. World record-holder (outdoors) triple-jumper Jonathan Edwards (GBR) has had to withdraw from the Dortmund meeting

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