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Gatlin hopes Bolt fit for worlds

American Justin Gatlin has Usain Bolt fixed in his sights and has expressed his hope that the injured Jamaican sprint king will be healthy for next month's World Championships.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/7/11 0:18:01

Chinese shot putter Gong settles for second in Paris meet

China's Gong Lijiao finished a disappointing second at the Paris Diamond League meeting with a way under-par performance in the women's shot put here Saturday evening.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/7/5 9:41:10

Stars hope to take stage in Bolt’s absence

Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell, pole vault king Renaud Lavillenie and Ethiopian middle distance star Genzebe Dibaba are set to light up Paris' Diamond League meeting on Saturday in the absence of injured Usain Bolt.
Soure:AFP: 2015/7/4 0:53:01

Rupp defends 10,000m title

Galen Rupp capped a month of turmoil with a seventh straight US national title in the 10,000 ­meters on Thursday in Eugene, Oregon, punching his ­athletics World Championships ticket amid ­doping accusations.
Soure:AFP: 2015/6/27 0:38:03

Bolt withdraws from Jamaican national championships

The name of Usain Bolt missed from the list of athletes for the Jamaica National Senior Championships on Thursday.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/6/26 15:41:50

Kenya's Mutai, Kiplagat set for Boston 10km race contest

With his focus on returning to Berlin marathon, Kenya' s Geoffrey Mutai will try to win Sunday' s 10km road race in Boston as part of his preparations for the fall marathon season.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/6/21 9:30:32

Farah missed drug tests in 2012

Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah missed two drug tests in the run-up to the 2012 London Games, the Daily Mail reported Thursday.
Soure:AFP: 2015/6/18 23:08:02

Pearson to miss worlds

Australian Olympic hurdles champion Sally Pearson said Monday she needs further wrist surgery, ruling her out of the Beijing World Athletics Championships in August.
Soure:AFP: 2015/6/15 22:38:01

Baffled Bolt unconvincing in 200m win

Jamaican sprint king Usain Bolt has work to do after clocking an ­unconvincing 20.29 seconds to win the 200 meters at the New York ­Diamond League meeting on ­Saturday.
Soure:AFP: 2015/6/14 22:58:01

Hope for third Olympic victory keeps Bolt on track

Multi-world and Olympic champion Usain Bolt said he kept working hard because he has been motivated by two main goals, one of them being winning Olympic title for the third time.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/6/13 13:38:03

China' s Zhang lands men' s high jump title in Oslo meeting

China' s Zhang Guowei beat a strong field in the men' s high jump competition to highlight the IAAF Diamond League Oslo meeting here Thursday night.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/6/12 13:33:10

Britain's Gemili becomes 100th man to run under 10 seconds

Britain's Adam Gemili became the 100th man in history to run the 100 meters inside 10 seconds as the European 200m champion clocked 9.97 to finish second in the IAAF Birmingham Diamond League at the Alexander Stadium here on Sunday.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/6/8 10:48:11

Double Olympic champion Mo Farah out of Birmingham Diamond League

Double Olympic champion Mo Farah has announced to pull out of the IAAF Birmingham Diamond League just hours before the meeting kicks off at the Alexander Stadium at Britain's second largest city.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/6/7 16:43:21

Chinese high jumper Zhang hopes to break national record at World Championships

Chinese high jumper Zhang Guowei, who is absent from the ongoing Asian Athletcis Championships, said on Friday that he wants to break the national record at the upcoming World Championships in August.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/6/5 15:52:31

Fastest Asian-born sprinter skips 100m to focus on relay

China's Su Bingtian, the first Asian-born sprinter to beat the 10.00 seconds mark, announced on Tuesday to skip 100m to concentrate on the 4x100m relay at the Asian athletics championships in Wuhan.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/6/2 11:21:34

China’s Su beats 10-second barrier

China's sprinter Su Bingtian became the first Asian-born to beat the 10.00-­second barrier in the men's 100 meters.
Soure:Xinhua-Global Times: 2015/5/31 23:48:02

China will continue to be successful in athletics, says Bubka

Vice president of world athletics governing body IAAF Sergey Bubka believes China has potential in athletics and will continue to be successful.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/5/31 11:54:50

China's Su beats 10-second barrier as first Asian-born

China's sprinter Su Bingtian became the first Asian-born to officially beat the 10.00 seconds barrier in the men's 100 meters.
Soure:Xinhua: 2015/5/31 11:18:59