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TSX REPORT: Was holding the IAAF Worlds in Doha a good idea? The competition...

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= TSX REPORT ~ 7 October 2019 = | 1. |  LANE ONE: Was the IAAF World Championships a success or failure in Doha?  The IAAF World Championships in Doha,...

ATHLETICS: Triple win for the U.S. on final day of IAAF Worlds in Doha

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The Doha experiment is over and one of the most enjoyable IAAF World Championships ever concluded in Qatar with a marvelous final day, especially...

ATHLETICS: Storybook win for Barshim as Muhammad takes 400 m hurdles in world record...

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The Khalifa International Stadium was suddenly much fuller on Friday as national hero Mutaz Essa Barshim competed in the men’s high jump final. The crowd...

ATHLETICS Worlds Preview III: Expect to hear “Jamaica, Land We Love” multiple times this...

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The IAAF World Championships finally get going on Friday in Doha’s Khalifa International Stadium with no finals, but the women’s marathon will be held...

TSX DAILY: A Hall of Fame team that launched the no. 1 U.S. women’s...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 30 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: Which of the three team nominees for the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Hall...

TSX DAILY: “Why does a popular Olympic sport struggle?” is the wrong question ~...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 28 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: World Champion asks "Why does a popular Olympic sport struggle?"  In last week’s edition...

ATHLETICS Preview: Benjamin vs. Warholm, Muhammad vs. McLaughlin, Kendricks vs. Duplantis among 16 Diamond...

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The first of two finals meets in the IAAF Diamond League comes Thursday at the famed Weltklasse Zurich meeting in Switzerland in front of...

LANE ONE: If you think track & field could once again be a high-profile...

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People who care deeply about track & field in the United States decry the low profile the sport has today. The symptoms are obvious:...

ATHLETICS Panorama: Swiss Tribunal reinstates (for now) IAAF’s female eligibility rule vs. Semenya

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The roller-coaster ride of an appeal by South Africa’s double Olympic 800 m champ Caster Semenya against the IAAF’s female eligibility regulations in specific...

ATHLETICS: Muhammad shatters world 400 m hurdles record while Lyles dances to 19.78 national...

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Midwestern weather looked to play a major role on the final day of the USA Track & Field National Championships in Des Moines, Iowa,...

ATHLETICS: World lead for Coleman, McLaughlin runs down Muhammad in 400 m hurdles in...

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There was a buzz about this year’s Bislett Games, in front of a sold-out crowd at Oslo’s famed Bislett Stadium ... and it was...

ATHLETICS Preview: Coleman vs. Gatlin and Muhammad vs. McLaughlin highlight sold-out Bislett Games

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You knew track & field was in trouble a couple of years ago when the stands were hardly filled at the Bislett Games in...

ATHLETICS: Sensational Rome Diamond League has eight world leaders and Norman over Lyles, 19.70-19.72!

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One of the best meets held in Rome since antiquity – ok, maybe since the 1987 IAAF World Championships – had eight world-leading marks,...

ATHLETICS Panorama: More history for Bednarek: 19.82 and 44.73 on the same day!

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The Kenny Bednarek story just keeps getting better. After running an astonishing – but very wind-aided – 19.49 in the prelims of the 200...

ATHLETICS: Eight world leaders, including 1:54.98 for Semenya, in Diamond League opener in Doha

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In front of a tiny crowd in the Khalifa International Stadium, the IAAF’s Diamond League opener for 2019 showcased a brilliant set of events,...

ATHLETICS Preview: Diamond League season opens at the site of the World Champs in...

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The IAAF outdoor season starts in earnest on Friday with the Diamond League opener in Doha (QAT) in the Khalifa International Stadium that will...

EXTRA/Phyllis Francis’ 400 m win even shocked her!

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PALM DESERT, August 10, 2017 – A crazy day of track & field, held in a heavy rain in London, ended with surprise finishes...

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