24 Feb Farah Wins & Overall 7th at Rock ‘n’ Roll New Orleans Half Marathon – Results

Time Leader Diff Pace Avg. Pace 11 201 Mo Farah 01:01:00 --- 04:40 04:40 21 203 Gebre Gebremariam 01:01:01 +00:01.13 04:41 04:40 3 204 Cybrian Kotut 01:02:49 +01:48.98 04:57 04:48 4 202 Martin Lel 01:04:03 +03:03.01 05:08 04:54 5 208 Mcdonard Ondara 01:04:04 +03:04.01 04:56 04:54 61 207 Josphat Boit 01:04:52 +03:51.94 05:00 04:57 71 205 Scott Overall 01:04:52 +03:52.02 05:00 04:57 8 206 Brett Gotcher 01:05:13 +04:12.71 05:03 04:59 9 211 Robert Scribner 01:05:26 +04:26.11 04:59 05:00 10 219 Brent Martin 01:06:53 +05:52.54 05:05 05:07 ...

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24 Feb Kimetto, Kebede win Tokyo marathon

Dennis Kipruto Kimetto defeated defending champion and fellow Kenyan Michael Kipkorir Kipyego to claim his first victory in the Tokyo marathon on Sunday. Kimetto, the runner-up in his debut at Berlin last year, kept a narrow lead over Kipyego in the last 10 kilometres before crossing...

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23 Feb National XC Review

Keith Gerrard left it late to retain his English National XC title at a swamp-like Herrington Park, Sunderland but his sprint to the line in the closing stages was enough to see off the challenge of Steve Vernon for the second year-running. Louise Damen was in...

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22 Feb Tyrone Edgar on his time in the USA

Tyrone Edgar spent much of his formative sprint career in the NCAA. His first stint was at a junior college, Kansas CC. There he progressed to a wind assisted 10.04 at the World Junior Champs. In 2004, he transferred to sprint powerhouse Texas A&M. He...

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22 Feb Derby-based wetsuit firm Huub signs up Brownlee brothers

OLYMPIC triathlon heroes the Brownlee brothers have sealed a sponsorship deal with a Derby sports equipment firm. Mickleover-based Huub is supplying Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee with the wet suits they will wear in training and elite competitions including this year's World Triathlon Championships, in London, and...

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21 Feb Ten of the best running movies

Since the moment Eadweard Muybridge captured a man sprinting in 1887 runners have worn a path across the cinematic landscape. Whether on the pristine oval of an Olympic running track, a dusty patch in a prison rec yard or the damp tarmac of a rural...

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