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Report20 Sep 2020

Mardare highlights Balkan Championships with record-breaking throw

In a javelin competition where the top three athletes exceeded a championship record that had stood for 32 years, Moldova’s Andrian Mardare emerged victorious with 83.60m, producing one of the main highlights of the Balkan Championships in Cluj-Napoca.

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Report17 Sep 2020

Duplantis scales 6.15m in Rome, world's highest ever outdoor vault

In the country where ‘Mondo’ means ‘world’, Swedish wunderkind Armand ‘Mondo’ Duplantis confirmed his status as the world’s greatest pole vaulter, jumping higher than anyone ever has in an outdoor stadium, 6.15m, at the Wanda Diamond League meeting in Rome on Thursday (17).

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Press Release16 Sep 2020

Young, holder of oldest men’s track world record, donates singlet to Heritage

Kevin Young, who has held the men’s 400m hurdles world record since 1992, turns 54 today. To mark his birthday, we are delighted to announce that Young has generously donated to the Heritage Collection the UCLA singlet which he wore when running into the international spotlight in 1988.

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Report13 Sep 2020

Warholm breaks Moses’ 40-year-old ISTAF meeting record in Berlin

Karsten Warholm wrote a piece of ISTAF history by breaking the 40-year-old meeting record set by 400m hurdles legend Edwin Moses in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium on Sunday (13).

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Feature07 Sep 2020

Vetter joins Warholm, Duplantis and Crouser in race to break the next world record

Another week, another world record was seriously threatened.

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News02 Sep 2020

Warholm, Kipyegon and Dibaba sign up for Ostrava

Organisers of the Golden Spike meeting have confirmed that two-time world champion Karsten Warholm will compete in the 400m hurdles at the World Athletics Continental Tour Gold meeting in Ostrava on 8 September.

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Feature24 Aug 2020

Warholm: ‘I’m always fighting to be the best I can be’

It didn’t take Karsten Warholm long to remind the sporting world that the 400m hurdles world record is under assault each time he steps on the track. Even in this coronavirus pandemic-shortened season, when competitive opportunities are at premium. He just makes them count.

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Report14 Aug 2020

Cheptegei breaks world 5000m record in Monaco as Diamond League action returns

World 10,000m champion Joshua Cheptegei broke the world 5000m record at the Wanda Diamond League meeting in Monaco on Friday night (14), clocking a stunning 12:35.36.

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Previews12 Aug 2020

Global champions and world record-holders head to Monaco as Diamond League action resumes

Thirteen reigning world champions from around the globe are converging on Monaco this week for the first Diamond League meeting that will resemble a regular top-flight international one-day meeting since the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Press Release28 Jan 2020

Ratified: Muhammad's world 400m hurdles record, Mahuchikh's world U20 high jump records and Cheptegei's world 10km record

Dalilah Muhammad's world 400m hurdles record of 52.16 and Yaroslava Mahuchikh's world U20 high jump records of 2.02m and 2.04m, all set at the World Athletics Championships Doha 2019, have now been ratified, along with Joshua Cheptegei's world 10km record of 26:38* and Edward Cheserek's 5km world record-equalling run of 13:29.

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Feature02 Jan 2020

Now established among world elite, Dos Santos relishes first season as a senior

In many ways, 2019 wasn’t the easiest of years to make a breakthrough in the 400m hurdles.

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Feature20 Dec 2019

After stellar 2019 season, Warholm’s ‘work in progress’ continues to reap rewards

Yes, Karsten Warholm had indeed watched the race in which he retained his world 400m hurdles title in Doha. Four or five times, in fact, as he told us right at the start of a press point on the day of the World Athletics Awards last month in Monaco.

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