The Birmingham World Indoor Tour on Saturday (25th) was first set alight in the 60m female heat as Asher- Smith Dina breaks her own British record after qualified for final in 7.03s. She then later won the final in 7.05s. In the 1500m men, the Scottish Neil Gourley who seems to have adapted well to […]
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The Tokyo Olympics 100m medalist Fred Kerley, who has also won 400m bronze medal at last World Athletics championship moved into another gear height in Paris leg of Diamond League on Saturday (28). In the 200m, Fred surged into a new personal best of 19.79s to win after holding off in-form Kenneth Bednarek who also […]
It was a record upon record on Thursday (13) at Meeting Citta di Savona in Italy. The European 60m Champion, Jacob Larmont Marcell first blazed the record trait when he outran everybody in 9.95s over the 100m heat to break Filippo Tortu 9.99s Italian record. The euphoria did not allow him to return for the […]
African Champion, Nigeria Tobi Amusan was in solid flying form at Karlsruhe World Indoor in Friday (29). In 60h, Amusan was second in 7.94s behind Finnish Nooralotta Neziri who won 7.92s British sensation and reining world 200m Champion, Dina Aisher-Smith was hot on 60m as she won in world leading time of 7.08s.
The reigning World 200m Champion and double British record holder, Dina Asher-Smith has got another British sprint record at DASH athletics series in Bromley; an hour drive from her Orpinghton place of birth, on September (11). Having hitherto captured 100m and 200m, Dina left no minute pass as she kicked from start to finish to […]
The Spanish Javelin record by Manu Ouijera 81.31m recorded in Madrid on May 18, 2019 has been broken quitely by the 23 year old Odei Jainage Larrea. Odei surreal 81.90m throw was enough to rewrite the Spanish Javelin record on Saturday 22 at local Leon (Spain) Meet. On the same Meet, Carlos Tobalina threw 18.08 […]
The best world class sports Physiotherapist to come out of UK and former British Athletics performance director Neil Black is found dead at his home in Loughborough on weekend. The 60 years old who was chronic supporter of Mo Farah, grew up in rank from the head of Physiotherapy to sport science before moving up […]