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Athletics | Running

Tough going for SA at Cross Country Champs
Junior athletes Kabelo Seboko, Pakiso Mthembu and Simonay Weitsz, were the top performers for the South African team on Sunday. Read full article
Kiplimo wins Uganda's first cross-country gold
Jacob Kiplimo has written history after winning Uganda’s first-ever gold medal at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships on Sunday in the men’s U20 8km. Read full article
Kenya dominate world cross-country champs
Kenya dominated the World Cross-Country Championships on Sunday, with Geoffrey Kamworor defending his men's title, and Irene Cheptai leading a historic clean-sweep in the women's race. Read full article
Life bans for China's marathon cheats
China will ban marathon cheats for life to clamp down on scandals that have dogged the fast-growing sport, which attracted nearly three million participants across the country last year. Read full article
Mamabolo relishes Om die Dam challenge
There is something about the Old Mutual Om die Dam Ultra Marathon that gets Ludwick Mamabolo to run near to his best each time he races. Read full article
CT Marathon awarded gold status
The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon has been awarded IAAF Gold Label Status, organisers announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Tough going for Mokoka in Tokyo
After making his presence felt in the early stages, Stephen Mokoka struggled to find top gear on Sunday, eventually settling for 36th position at the Tokyo Marathon in Japan. Read full article
Kipsang misses world record in Tokyo
Wilson Kipsang of Kenya missed out on the world record but ran the fastest time ever on Japanese soil to win the Tokyo Marathon in two hours, three minutes and 58 seconds on Sunday. Read full article
Mokoka targets fast time in Tokyo
All set for his World Marathon Majors debut, Stephen Mokoka says he is ready to put up a fight at the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday. Read full article
Kipsang eyes world record in Tokyo
Former world record holder Wilson Kipsang believes he can reclaim the mark at this weekend's Tokyo Marathon after a move of the finish line by race organisers resulted in a flatter course. Read full article
No drones, Hong Kong marathon spectators urged
Spectators at Sunday's Hong Kong marathon have been urged not to put runners in danger by flying drones at one of the city's biggest sporting events. Read full article
Two-hour marathon not possible - Cheruiyot
Running a marathon in under two hours is not possible, Kenya's Olympic 5 000 and world 10 000 champion Vivian Cheruiyot has said in response to an initiative by sportswear manufacturer Nike... Read full article
Big names added to Cross Country squad
A total of 19 more athletes have been added to the provisional National Cross Country squad, including some of the country's top distance runners. Read full article
Ethiopians sweep Dubai Marathon
Tamirat Tola led Ethiopia's clean sweep at the Dubai Marathon on Friday after men's pre-race favourite Kenenisa Bekele retired injured. Read full article
Bekele sets 02:01:30 marathon career target
Triple Olympic track champion Kenenisa Bekele, the second-fastest marathon runner in history, said on Wednesday he can shave around 90 seconds off the current world record over the classic 26.2 mile distance... Read full article
Sumgong seeks to retain London marathon title
Kenya's Olympic marathon champion Jemima Sumgong will defend her London title in April against one of the strongest fields ever assembled for a city race, having recovered from a fall to win last year... Read full article
Kipchoge aims for sub two-hour marathon
Eliud Kipchoge says his ambition to break the two-hour marathon barrier will override all other considerations this year. Read full article
Gelant off to elite Kenyan training camp
Elroy Gelant will spend a month training with some of the world's best athletes, with support from Athletics South Africa (ASA), as he attempts to close the gap on the dominant East African stars. Read full article
Farah has marathon in his sights
Mo Farah has unfinished business with the marathon but accepts it will take time to master the distance when he steps away from the track after next season's world championships. Read full article
Street-mile jitters for LJ van Zyl
South African 400m hurdler LJ van Zyl has taken on the best in the world in his career, but that has not stopped him from getting the jitters as he contemplates the Bestmed Eden Street Mile Series this month. Read full article
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