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Australian Sam McEntee wins men’s title in first visit to the event, with more than 1,700 runners participating in downtown Minneapolis - Minneapolis, Minn. – May 10, 2018 – Emily Lipari of San Diego and Australian Sam McEntee won women’s and men’s titles, respectively, at the Medtronic TC 1 Mile tonight in downtown Minneapolis.



Kenya’s Alex Korio, the defending TCS World 10K champion, will return to Bengaluru and take on his compatriot and IAAF World Half Marathon Championships Valencia 2018 winner Geoffrey Kamworor at this year’s race on Sunday 27 May.



If the electrifying talent of Jarrion Lawson first emerged in 2016, then 2017 provided compelling evidence for the American’s mental resourcefulness.

A former world U20 long jump bronze medallist, it was in 2016 when the University of Arkansas sprinter/jumper emerged on the wider athletics landscape by becoming the first man since the great Jesse Owens to complete the 100m, 200m and long jump triple at the NCAA Championships.



EME NEWS (APR 30, 2018)
 
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DOHA (QAT): World champion Ramil Guliyev headlines an excellent 200m field for the Doha Diamond League on 4 May. Guliyev will face opposition from world bronze medallist and recently crowned Commonwealth champion Jereem Richards from Trinidad & Tobago, reigning Diamond League winner Noah Lyles from the United States and triple Olympic medallist Andre de Grasse from Canada. Reigning world and Olympic 110m hurdles champion Omar McLeod from Jamaica (20.48 PB) makes his Diamond League debut at the distance.
 


EME NEWS (APR 29, 2018)
 
Deksisa 2:06:34
HAMBURG (GER, Apr 29): Solomon Deksisa took his second big marathon win of the season, leading an Ethiopian clean sweep in the Hamburg Marathon. Deksisa, who won the Mumbai Marathon in January in 2:09:34, clocked 2:06:34 (63:04/63:30) in Hamburg ahead of Tadu Abate (2:06:54) and Ayele Abshero (2:07:19) with former world and Olympic champion Stephen Kiprotich from Uganda fifth in 2:07:57. Emmanuel Mutai was ninth in 2:11:57 after suffering from hip problems in the last 12km. "I was surprised but said to myself: No, today is going to be my day,” said the winner. Philipp Pflieger was the top German finisher in 11th in 2:13:39 which was also inside the qualifying standard for the European Championships. Bahrain’s Shitaye Eshete won the women’s race with a big negative split in 2:24:51 (73:23/71:28) ahead of Ethiopia’s Birke Debele (2:25:28) and Bahrain’s Mimi Belete (2:26:06). Sweden’s Isabellah Anderson was comfortably inside the European Championships qualifying standard in sixth in 2:34:52.

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