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News22 Dec 2020

Ratified: USA's 16:27.02 world 4x1500m record

USA's world 4x1500m record of 16:27.02 has been ratified.

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Report12 Jul 2020

Ahmed and Houlihan smash North American 5000m records, Fraser-Pryce clocks 11.00

World bronze medallist Moh Ahmed and US champion Shelby Houlihan made significant improvements on the North American 5000m records at a low-key competition at Jesuit High School in Portland on Friday night (10).

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News21 Nov 2018

Houlihan and Lyles named US athletes of the year

Shelby Houlihan and Noah Lyles were named the winners of the Jackie Joyner-Kersee Award and Jesse Owens Award, respectively, the sport’s highest annual accolade in the U.S.A.

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Series02 Aug 2018

Shelby Houlihan: I love running because...

US middle-distance runner Shelby Houlihan has enjoyed a breakout season, triumphing on the IAAF Diamond League circuit over 1500m and breaking the North American 5000m record. Here the 25-year-old talks in detail of her unequivocal passion for what she does.

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Report05 Jul 2018

Big wins for Balew, Samba, Shubenkov and Houlihan in Lausanne - IAAF Diamond League

Birhanu Balew of Bahrain won the men’s 5000m at Lausanne’s Athletissima IAAF Diamond League fixture on Thursday (5) in a personal best and 2018 world-leading time of 13:01.09 – but his victory was almost a footnote after an extraordinary incident on the final bend between the two young Ethiopians who had been contesting the lead, 20-year-old Yomif Kejelcha and his 18-year-old compatriot Selemon Barega.

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Report25 Jun 2018

Houlihan’s double highlights final day of US Championships

Shelby Houlihan completed an unprecedented double-double on the final day of the US Championships in Des Moines on Sunday (24).

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Report26 May 2018

Semenya dominates, Kigen and Houlihan surprise in Eugene – IAAF Diamond League

Caster Semenya produced another peerless display of middle-distance running to set a meeting record and world lead of 1:55.92 in the women’s 800m at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene on Saturday (26), the highlight of the midde-distance action at the third meeting of the IAAF Diamond League.

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