World Rankings The latest All-Athletics.com World Rankings have been released. This week the biggest effect came from the Boston Marathon. Men’s winner Robert Kiprono Cheruiyot of Kenya moved from 28th to the 6th position, while Ethiopian Tekesde Kebede, who was second in Boston, went from 24th to 13th place. Winner of the women’s race, Teyba … Continue reading Boston Marathon affects latest World Rankings
Pole vault great Yelena Isinbayeva is taking an indefinite break but insists she will try for a third straight Olympic gold medal at London in 2012.
As expected Grenadian Kirani James destroyed his competitions to win the U20 boys 400 metres dash at the XXXIX CARIFTA GAMES in the Cayman Islands on Saturday with a record run. James clocked a personal best and championship record of 45.02seconds to win by almost 40m over the trailing field. Finishing second was Trinidad and … Continue reading Kirani James Runs 45.02CR To Win CARIFTA GAMES 400m Title
All-Athletics.com summarizes some interesting facts about the Invitational/One-day outdoor competitions and about the outdoor Special competitions in 2009. Top-3 Invitational/One-day competitions in the World in 2009: Zürich Weltklasse (Switzerland) Roma Golden Gala (Italy) Monaco Herculis (Monaco) Nr.1 Outdoor special competition in the World in 2009: Halle Hallesche Erdgas-Werfertage (Germany) The analysis that is published on … Continue reading All-Athletics.com Analysis: Zürich on top – USA, France, Germany are the most active