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News10 Apr 2011

Teenager Purdue upsets experienced rivals in Dublin 10Km

Teenager Charlotte Purdue, again showing her vast potential for the future, was a runaway winner against much more experienced opponents at the SPAR Great Ireland Run in Dublin on Sunday.<br>

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News11 Mar 2009

Ejigu targets Amman World XC, leaving difficult years behind

- When Sentayehu Ejigu of Ethiopia ran 14:47.62 to win the Boston Indoor Games 5000m on 7 February, only three women in history had ever run faster over the distance. Although some fast times have since bumped Ejigu down, she remains in the all-time top ten at number six.</P>

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News28 Nov 2008

Gebrselassie and Dita the headliners in Sunday’s inaugural Melbourne 15 km

– World Marathon record holder Haile Gebrselassie and Olympic Marathon champion Constantina Dita are the marquee attractions for Sunday’s inaugural HBA Great Australian 15km Run in Melbourne.</P>

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News30 Sep 2008

Tadese and Kiplagat to defend World titles in Rio

- Eritrea’s Zersenay Tadese and Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands have won the men’s and women’s World Road Running Championship titles in the last two years. While the name of this IAAF World Athletics Series competition has this year reverted back to its previous title of the World Half Marathon Championships, these two runners will be the defending champions in all but name in Rio de Janerio, Brazil, on Sunday 12 October 2008.</P>

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News01 Dec 2007

Kitwara continues to impress - 4th AK Cross Country meeting

New revelation of the Kenyan cross Country production line, Sammy Kitwara, won his third weekend meeting at the fourth KCB/AK meeting of the 2007/08 season in Machakos on Saturday (1).

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News29 Jul 2007

Celtic Cup goodbye for O’Sullivan

Twenty years on from her first national track title, Sonia O’Sullivan was racing again at Santry Stadium last Sunday (22). “I thought it might be a fairytale ending,” she said this week. “But unfortunately, someone else had other ideas, so instead of us running 12 laps nice and easily and letting me sprint away round the final lap, I ended up finishing second.”

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News20 Mar 2007

A Kenyan XC legend - Helen Chepngeno

Helen Chepngeno will be remembered as the first Kenyan woman to win the long course senior women's race at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships.

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Previews22 Nov 2006

15 nations send teams to contest the 2006 Chiba Ekiden marathon relay – PREVIEW

The Chiba International Ekiden, the first edition of which was held in 1988, will this year be contested on Thursday 23 November, which is a national holiday in Japan.

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News21 Nov 2006

Kenyan World record squad head back to Chiba

The International Chiba Ekiden, Chiba, Japan on Thursday 23 November, a national holiday in Japan, is the last athletics event for which Kenya will be fielding a full strength national team before the 2007 IAAF World Cross Country Championships take place in Mombasa, Kenya, next March, and the country's expectations are high for a successful defence of both the men’s and women’s titles in Chiba.

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News16 Nov 2006

Wyatt – King of the Mountains

Jonathan Wyatt is the ‘Mr Versatile of the endurance running world. A sub-28 minute 10,000m runner on the track, an accomplished cross country athlete and a Olympic marathoner the 33-year-old Kiwi is a gifted all-round athlete in the privileged position of being able to choose to compete at a high level on a variety of terrains.

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News18 Sep 2006

Getaneh leads club to relay victory

time TOYOTA Great Ethiopian Run 10km winner Genet Getaneh anchored the Prisons Police A team to the women’s title in the 3rd CRBC Ring Road Relay held on Sunday (17 September).

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News20 Apr 2006

World Records ratified

The following World Records have recently been ratified...

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