By Huram Hung, World-Track SHANGHAI, China — China’s former 110m hurdles world record holder Liu Xiang took another step closer to full recovery on Wednesday when he trained in spikes for the first time since returning from an Achilles injury. Despite the promising signs, however, Liu’s coach Sun Haiping, who Continue Reading
Complete results from the Spitzen Leichathletik – EAA Outdoor Permit Meetings in Luzern, Switzerland on Wednesday July 15, 2009.
Complete results from the Meeting International de la Province de Liège track and field meet in Belgium on Wednesday July 15, 2009.
By Gary Smith, World-Track PARIS — Usain Bolt has revealed his 19.59 seconds in Lausanne was achieved without any serious 200m training and his bracing for something special once the time comes around for the World Championships in Berlin next month. Running on a soaked track in 60-degrees weather with Continue Reading
By Gary Smith, World-Track STOCKHOLM — American world champion Tyson Gay will get another stab at former world record holder Asafa Powell before the World Championships with the pair set to clash over another 100 metres at DN Galan at Stockholm Olympic Stadium Friday, July 31. Gay and Powell, who Continue Reading
By Mellissa Henry for World-Track BARCELONA — Five Olympic champions, including Jamaica’s Veronica Campbell-Brown and Poland’s Tomasz Majewski are on the list of participants competing at the 15th Míting Ciutat de Barcelona EAA meeting on 25 July. The organisers also confirmed that Americans David Neville, a member of the winning Continue Reading
Athletics Kenya officials are on Wednesday expected to name Olympic bronze medallist Micah Kogo and Moses Masai in Kenya’s 10,000 metres team to the World Championships. The duo will replace national champion Sammy Kitwara and Gideon Ngatuny, who finished second at last month’s national athletics championships. At the same time, Continue Reading
At last year’s Olympic Games the quartet of Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell smashed the United States’ 1992 world record of 37.40. Breaking the world record then was no surprise to track and field fans as all four athletes had sub-10 times going into the meet. Continue Reading
By Susan Porter, World-Track LONDON — World bronze medallist and former world record holder Asafa Powell will race against fellow Jamaican Usain Bolt in the 100 metres next Friday at the Aviva London Grand Prix, organisers said on Wednesday. There has been several outstanding meetings leading up to this event, Continue Reading