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ATHLETICS Preview: IAAF World Indoor Tour ends in Dusseldorf on Wednesday

The sixth and final leg of the IAAF World Indoor Tour comes Wednesday at a sold-out Sportpark Arena in Dusseldorf (GER) for the PSD Bank Meeting. Beyond the individual match-ups are the Tour titles, which are worth $20,000 to the winners, plus an automatic entry into next year’s World Indoor Championships. The current Tour event […]
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ATHLETICS: World leads for Sidorova and Rojas and American Record for Franklin in...

The field events had the fireworks at the IAAF Indoor World Series meet in Madrid on Friday, especially in the women’s vault and triple jump. Russian Anzhelika Sidorova cleared 4.91 m (16-1 1/4), a lifetime best indoors or out, on her third try at the height. That mark is not only a world leader for […]
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ATHLETICS: Swoboda upsets Ta Lou and Kendricks wins vault in Torun

The third stop on the IAAF World Indoor Tour was in the Torun Arena in Poland, where the home fans had a lot to cheer about, especially sprint star Ewa Swoboda. Already having defeated Dutch star Dafne Schippers in Karlsruhe (GER) last week, Poland’s Swoboda took on an even bigger challenge in 2018 World Indoor […]
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ATHLETICS Preview: Poland faces the world in IAAF World Indoor Tour in Torun

The third stop in the IAAF World Indoor Tour comes Wednesday in Torun (POL) for the Orlen Copernicus Cup. In case you were wondering, “Orlen” is the meet sponsor – an oil and gas refiner – and not directly related to Nicolaus Copernicus, the 16th Century astronomer and mathematician who was born in Torun! There […]
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ATHLETICS: Three world-leading marks in World Indoor Tour meet in Karlsruhe

Early-season marks aren’t usually worth too much excitement, but there were three new world leaders at the sold-out meeting in Karlsruhe (GER): ● Men’s High Jump: 2.35 m (7-8 1/2): Naoto Tobe (JPN) ● Women’s 60 m: 7.10, Ewa Swoboda (POL) ● Women’s 3,000 m: 8:43.36, Melissa Courtney (GBR) Tobe’s mark was a new indoor […]
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