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  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (JUL 22, 2016)

    New findings from Beijing and London - LAUSANNE (SUI):  The IOC has announced that a reanalysis of the second wave of samples from Beijing 2008 and London 2012 has resulted in banned substances being found in 45 sports men and women - a total of 30 provisional adverse findings from Beijing and 15 adverse findings from London, among which are 23 medalists. Read More
  • Image Gallery: Image Gallery: IAAF World Under-20 Championships - Day 3

    Image Gallery: Image Gallery: IAAF World Under-20 Championships - Day 3 Read More
  • Historic Medal Sweeps for Team USA

    BYDGOSZCZ, Poland -- A pair of gold-silver sweeps in the men’s 110m hurdles and women’s 800 and a dominant performance in the women’s 100 meters in three consecutive races to conclude the evening pushed Team USA to the top of the medal table Thursday at the end of day three of the IAAF World U20 Championships at Zawisza Stadium. Read More
  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (JUL 21, 2016)

    Hill 11.07 100 m win - BYDGOSZCZ (POL, Jul 21): US talent Candace Hill capped off the third day of the World U20 Championships by winning the 100m in a championship record of 11.07 (+0.9) to beat home favourite Ewa Swoboda (11.12) and Trinidad´s Khalifa St. Fort (11.18). Read More
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  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (JUL 22, 2016)
    News From Around the World - EME NEWS (JUL 22, 2016)

    New findings from Beijing and London - LAUSANNE (SUI):  The IOC has announced that a reanalysis of the second wave of samples from Beijing 2008 and London 2012 has resulted in banned substances being found in 45 sports men and women - a total of 30 provisional adverse findings from Beijing and 15 adverse findings from London, among which are 23 medalists.

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  • Image Gallery: Image Gallery: IAAF World Under-20 Championships - Day 3
    Image Gallery: Image Gallery: IAAF World Under-20 Championships - Day 3

    Image Gallery: Image Gallery: IAAF World Under-20 Championships - Day 3

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  • Historic Medal Sweeps for Team USA
    Historic Medal Sweeps for Team USA

    BYDGOSZCZ, Poland -- A pair of gold-silver sweeps in the men’s 110m hurdles and women’s 800 and a dominant performance in the women’s 100 meters in three consecutive races to conclude the evening pushed Team USA to the top of the medal table Thursday at the end of day three of the IAAF World U20 Championships at Zawisza Stadium.

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  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (JUL 21, 2016)
    News From Around the World - EME NEWS (JUL 21, 2016)

    Hill 11.07 100 m win - BYDGOSZCZ (POL, Jul 21): US talent Candace Hill capped off the third day of the World U20 Championships by winning the 100m in a championship record of 11.07 (+0.9) to beat home favourite Ewa Swoboda (11.12) and Trinidad´s Khalifa St. Fort (11.18).

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  • Brother to Brother, adidas does it right with the Lyles brothers!

    RunBlogRun 26 Jul 2016 | 5:42 pm

    Brother to Brother, adidas does it right with the Lyles brothers! Josephus Lyles, photo by PhotoRun.net Noah Lyles, photo by PhotoRun.net BOSTON (USA): The junior sprinting talents Lyles brothers will be represented by Mark Wetmore and Global Athletics. Informs Flotrack. According to The Washington Post, the Lyles brothers have signed an eight year deal with adidas. adidas, who recently signed fellow Virginian high schooler Drew Hunter, has agreed to pay for the brothers' education and provide a chaperone at events until they turn 21. Noah is 19, while Josephus turned 18.[…]

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  • Brilliant British performances highlight two excellent days of track at Muller Anniversary Games, by Alex Mill

    RunBlogRun 25 Jul 2016 | 5:11 pm

    Brilliant  British performances highlight two excellent days of track at Muller Anniversary Games, by Alex Mill Laura Muir, photo by PhotoRun.net The Muller Anniversary Games were the last major athletics event prior to the Olympics. With fine performances for two days, Alex Mill picked four examples of brilliant GBR athletes showing their stuff prior to Rio. Here is how Alex viewed the performances. Alex Mill will be providing us his thoughts on the British performances in Rio during the ten days of Athletics of the 2016 Olympic Games. An already excellent two days of athletics were[…]

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  • Asbel Kiprop reassures his fans that all will be well in Rio

    RunBlogRun 25 Jul 2016 | 11:50 am

    Asbel Kiprop reassures his fans that all will be well in Rio Asbel Kiprop, photo by PhotoRun.net Asbel Kiprop is, perhaps, the finest miler of his generation. His 1:49 first 800 meters in Monaco was a bit too quick, and Asbel, being human, fell to earth, finishing sixth. In this interview, done on July 24 in a conversation with our writer, Justin Lagat. Please note that Justin Lagat will be writing for us during the ten days of athletics in Rio! Asbel Kiprop reassures that all will be well in Rio after[…]

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  • The IOC's decision on Russian participation in Rio, Why I am not surprised

    RunBlogRun 24 Jul 2016 | 5:12 pm

    The IOC's decision on Russian participation in Rio, Why I am not surprised It has been, so far, "Anno Horribilus" for the world of sport. And, we should not be surprised. There was a time, that athletes were expected to live by a higher standard, not a lower standard. In our current zeitgeist, where the cult of personality makes social media sirens more important than someone who cures Zika virus, we have forgotten what is important. London DL, July 2016, from my workspace, photo by Larry Eder The IOC is supposed to be[…]

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