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  • News from around the World- EME News (Dec 14, 2017)

    EME NEWS (DEC 14, 2017) Farah in Doha HM DOHA (QAT): Mo Farah will compete in the Ooredoo Doha Half-marathon in Qatar on January 12, reports IAAF. It will be his first race of the year as he builds up to his second marathon in London in April. “I am looking forward to the event as a chance to test myself on the fast and flat run along Doha, and to hopefully check out the Read More
  • Farah to contest Doha Half Marathon

    World and Olympic champion Mo Farah will take part in the Ooredoo Doha Half Marathon on 12 January. Read More
  • News from around the World- EME News (Dec 13, 2017)

    EME NEWS (DEC 13, 2017) Full indoor season for Filippidis ATHENS (GRE): 2014 World Indoor champion Kostadinos Filippidis plans a full indoor season. He wants to begin in Orleans on January 13, continue in Sindelfingen on January 20 and ISTAF Indoor on January 26. In his plans also Cottbus on January 31 and World Indoor tour meets in Karlsruhe, Dusseldorf, Madrid and Torun. At the end of the month Clermont meet and possibly also World Read More
  • News from around the World- EME News (Dec 12, 2017)

    EME NEWS (DEC 12, 2017) Chelimo vs Moen SAN GIORGIO (ITA): IAAF Permit Cross Country season will continue in 2018 with “Campaccio” historical cross country scheduled for 6th January near Milano. One of most ancient CC races in Europe will be held for 61st time. Olympic silver medalist US Paul Chelimo will run against fresh European marathon record holder Sondre Nordstadt Moen. Italians will be part of this incredible race with reigning European marathon champion Read More
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  • News from around the World- EME News (Dec 14, 2017)
    News from around the World- EME News (Dec 14, 2017)
    EME NEWS (DEC 14, 2017)
     
    Farah in Doha HM
    DOHA (QAT): Mo Farah will compete in the Ooredoo Doha Half-marathon in Qatar on January 12, reports IAAF. It will be his first race of the year as he builds up to his second marathon in London in April. “I am looking forward to the event as a chance to test myself on the fast and flat run along Doha, and to hopefully check out the city,” he said. “I also look forward to running alongside my fellow elite athletes and spending time with amateur athletes and spectators at the marathon. Doha is a truly international city, and that makes for a great atmosphere and overall experience.” This year’s race was won by Alex Kibet in 61:58.
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  • Farah to contest Doha Half Marathon
    Farah to contest Doha Half Marathon

    World and Olympic champion Mo Farah will take part in the Ooredoo Doha Half Marathon on 12 January.

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  • News from around the World- EME News (Dec 13, 2017)
    News from around the World- EME News (Dec 13, 2017)
    EME NEWS (DEC 13, 2017)
     
    Full indoor season for Filippidis
    ATHENS (GRE): 2014 World Indoor champion Kostadinos Filippidis plans a full indoor season. He wants to begin in Orleans on January 13, continue in Sindelfingen on January 20 and ISTAF Indoor on January 26. In his plans also Cottbus on January 31 and World Indoor tour meets in Karlsruhe, Dusseldorf, Madrid and Torun. At the end of the month Clermont meet and possibly also World Indoor Tour final in Glasgow. Inform Greek media.
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  • News from around the World- EME News (Dec 12, 2017)
    News from around the World- EME News (Dec 12, 2017)
    EME NEWS (DEC 12, 2017)
     
    Chelimo vs Moen
    SAN GIORGIO (ITA): IAAF Permit Cross Country season will continue in 2018 with “Campaccio” historical cross country scheduled for 6th January near Milano. One of most ancient CC races in Europe will be held for 61st time. Olympic silver medalist US Paul Chelimo will run against fresh European marathon record holder Sondre Nordstadt Moen. Italians will be part of this incredible race with reigning European marathon champion Daniele Meucci and Eyob Faniel winner of recent Venice Marathon. Also there Yohanes Chiappinelli and Yeman Crippa. Defending champion who is now also World champion Hellen Obiri will lead the women field. Agnes Tirop who won London 10k bronze will be her main contender with two rising talents Lilian Rengeruk and Letesenbet Giday, who is the reigning World CC U20 champion. US marathoner Desiree Linden will complete the international field. Sara Dossena with Nadia Battocletti are leading the home runners.
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  • Flanagan and Rupp lead domestic fields at Boston Marathon
    Flanagan and Rupp lead domestic fields at Boston Marathon

    Shalane Flanagan and Galen Rupp will lead a strong domestic line-up at the 2018 Boston Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, on 16 April.

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  • Two-time U.S. Olympian, American 10,000m record holder and three-time BAA 5K Champion to make Boston Marathon debut
    Two-time U.S. Olympian, American 10,000m record holder and three-time BAA 5K Champion to make Boston Marathon debut

    WALTHAM, MA (December 12, 2017) – Saucony today announced that Molly Huddle, two-time Olympian and three-time winner of the Boston Athletic Association (BAA) 5K, will make her Boston Marathon debut at the 122nd edition of the race on April 16, 2018. Huddle, who has earned 25 U.S. national championship titles on the track and roads, set the American 10,000-meter record (30:13.17) with a sixth-place finish in the 2016 Rio Olympics. In her highly anticipated first race at the 26.2 mile distance, Huddle ran 2:28:13 to place third at the 2016 New York City Marathon. Huddle, 33, lives and trains in Providence, Rhode Island.

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  • 2017 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals Fall Cross Country Training Program, Week 26, Day 7, final day of season, let's end with a long run

    RunBlogRun 17 Dec 2017 | 5:26 am

    2017 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals Fall Cross Country Training Program, Week 26, Day 7, final day of season, let's end with a long run This is the last day of the 2017 cross country season. Many of you have been training since June, right after your break post track season. First of all, thanks for following our daily program. Second, thanks to Lee Cox and Mike McManus of HOKA ONE ONE, who continued the belief in the grass roots support of the sport that their predecessors began at HOKA ONE ONE . And remember, check out the 2017 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals to[…]

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  • Raeyvn Rogers wins Bowerman Female Athlete of Year for 2017, by Tyler Mayforth, for USTFCCCA

    RunBlogRun 16 Dec 2017 | 9:39 pm

    Raeyvn Rogers wins Bowerman Female Athlete of Year for 2017, by Tyler Mayforth, for USTFCCCA What the Heisman Trophy is to football, the Bowerman has quickly become the parallel award in track & field. Thanks to the work of the USTFCCCA, the Bowerman Awards are the key night for collegiate track & field to celebrate the best of the best in our sport. On Friday evening, December 15, the USTFCCCA announced that Raeyvn Rogers was the female 2017 Bowerman Athlete of the Year! Raeyvn Rogers, art courtesy of USTFCCCA Raevyn Rogers Wins The Bowerman In[…]

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  • Nafissatou Thiam is The Sports Person Of the Year in Belgium

    RunBlogRun 16 Dec 2017 | 7:12 pm

    Nafissatou Thiam is The Sports Person Of the Year in Belgium Nafissatou Thiam, photo by PhotoRun.net Thiam top in Belgium BRUSSELS (BEL): IAAF Athlete of the Year Nafi Thiam is also The Sports Person of the Year in Belgium. She was awarded at the 51st gala on Saturday evening in Brussels. Male top position went to tennis player David Goffin. Thiam won the same title last year as did her coach Roger Lespagnard who was again number one in his category. Nafissatou Thiam, photo by PhotoRun.net

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  • Christian Coleman wins Bowerman Male Athlete of Year for 2017! By Tyler Mayforth, for USTFCCCA.org

    RunBlogRun 16 Dec 2017 | 5:24 pm

    Christian Coleman wins Bowerman Male Athlete of Year for 2017! By Tyler Mayforth, for USTFCCCA.org Bowerman artwork courtesy of USTFCCCA.org Christian Coleman wins Bowerman Male Athlete of Year for 2017! story by Tyler Mayforth, USTFCCCA PHOENIX - When Beth Alford-Sullivan took over at the University of Tennessee, Christian Coleman said he wanted to put the Volunteers back on the map. It's safe to say he did just that in 2017 as he won four NCAA titles, broke or tied a pair of collegiate records and now added winning The Bowerman to his resume. Coleman became[…]

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  • Sally Pearson opens with 11.17 Down Under

    RunBlogRun 16 Dec 2017 | 4:07 pm

    Sally Pearson opens with 11.17 Down Under Sally Pearson, London World Champs, photo by PhotoRun.net Pearson 11.17 in the 100 m NATHAN (AUS, Dec 16): Hurdles World champion Sally Pearson showed top early speed shape with 11.17 (+2.0) 100 m win at the Carlee Beattie Shield meet. It is her 3rd career best after 11.14 back in 2007 and 11.16 from 2015. "Very satisfied and reassured that training is going in the right direction," she said on her twitter. Second Melissa Breen 11.49. Also in men 100[…]

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