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

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

TSX DAILY: Iranian hatred of Israel sends its judo world champ to Germany; U.S....

≡ TSX DAILY ~ 2 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE:  Iran’s policy vs. Israel costs it a World Champion as Mollaei heads to...

ATHLETICS Preview: Fraser-Pryce vs. Miller-Uibo at 200 m headlines Diamond League in Birmingham

After almost a month off for national championships (and the Pan American Games in the Western Hemisphere), the IAAF Diamond League resumes in Birmingham...

ATHLETICS: Lightning strikes for Price, Kerley and Kendricks at USATF in Des Moines, as...

The third day of the USA Track & Field Nationals in Des Moines, Iowa was re-arranged after a delay of an hour and 40...

ATHLETICS: Jamaica’s Danielle Williams rockets to no. 7 all-time in 100 m hurdles: 12.32!

In an Olympic or World Championships year, you can see the increasing intensity of the season as athletes get into condition to be tested...

LANE ONE: “When traveling to Europe what are things I should bring? Mistakes you...

American jumping star Keturah Orji won eight NCAA championships in her four years at Georgia, seven in the triple jump, where she also won...

ATHLETICS Panorama: Gong stars in Nanning, takes world lead away from Ealey

One of the shocks of the Shanghai Diamond League meet was American Chase Ealey’s victory in the women’s shot over reigning World Champion Lijiao...

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