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ATHLETICS: Lyles edges Coleman in 9.86; six world leads in sensational Shanghai Diamond...

This is more like it! The much-anticipated Diamond League meet in Shanghai delivered with fabulous head-to-head competition and six world-leading marks: ● Men/100 m: 9.86, Noah Lyles (USA) and Christian Coleman (USA) ● Men/5,000 m: 13:04.16, Yomif Kejelcha (ETH) ● Men/400 m hurdles: 47.27, Abderrahmane Samba (QAT) ● Men/Javelin: 87.55 m (287-3), Andreas Hofmann (GER) […]
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ATHLETICS Preview: Coleman vs. Lyles and Samba vs. Benjamin and a lot more...

The 2018 World Championships in Doha (QAT) are a long way off, but this week’s second Diamond League meet has a heavyweight feel to it. The track inside the Shanghai Stadium has been resurfaced and there are more than a dozen thrilling match-ups on paper. The most anticipated: Men ● 100 m: When he’s been […]
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ATHLETICS Preview: Good match-ups at IAAF’s outdated Continental Cup

There was enormous excitement in 1977 when the then-International Amateur Athletics Federation (IAAF) created its first “championship”-type competition, the World Cup, held in Dusseldorf (GER). It paved the way for the first World Championships in 1983, but once that event took place, the World Cup, with its continental teams, the U.S. and a couple of […]
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ATHLETICS: Lyles sensational, Kipruto sublime in Zurich Diamond League final

Noah Lyles and Conseslus Kipruto both did some amazing things at the first of the two Diamond League final meets at Zurich’s Letzigrund Stadium. Lyles left no doubt that he’s the top 200 m runner in the world this season by storming down the home straight to win in 19.67, just 0.02 off his world-leading […]
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Better than Bolt? Noah Lyles isn’t yet, but he’s more entertaining

What will happen to track & field without Usain Bolt? Remember that? The wails following the end of the 2017 World Championships have been replaced with a legion of new stars – even in Bolt’s own events – that can continue the party. Thursday’s IAAF Diamond League Final in Zurich’s Letzigrund Stadium will showcase one […]
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Final “regular-season” Diamond League meet comes to Birmingham Saturday

Will 100 m co-world leader Noah Lyles be smiling after Saturday’s meet in Birmingham?TSX EXTRA – for August 17, 2018: The IAAF Diamond League season is coming to a close in August and the final “regular-season” meet is tomorrow in Birmingham (GBR) at the Muller Grand Prix. It’s the final opportunity to qualify for the […]
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Final “regular-season” Diamond League meet comes to Birmingham Saturday

TSX EXTRA – for August 17, 2018: The IAAF Diamond League season is coming to a close in August and the final “regular-season” meet is tomorrow in Birmingham (GBR) at the Muller Grand Prix. It’s the final opportunity to qualify for the big-money finals in Zurich (SUI) and Brussels (BEL) at the end of the […]
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Bach: Values, passion and possibilities define the Olympic Movement

TSX HEADLINES – for July 23, 2018: There was a lot of interest in The eSports Forum hosted by the International Olympic Committee last Saturday in Lausanne, Switzerland, a face-to-face discussion between the gaming world and the Olympic Movement. One of the most interesting sessions was one devoted to how the Olympic Movement itself is […]
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Bach: Values, passion and possibilities define the Olympic Movement

TSX HEADLINES – for July 23, 2018: There was a lot of interest in The eSports Forum hosted by the International Olympic Committee last Saturday in Lausanne, Switzerland, a face-to-face discussion between the gaming world and the Olympic Movement. One of the most interesting sessions was one devoted to how the Olympic Movement itself is […]
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Remember when 108,000 came to see a track meet at Stanford?

TSX HEADLINES – for July 11, 2018: There was a time when track & field was a higher-profile part of the American sports scene. Like when 108,000 spectators invaded Stanford Stadium in 1960 for the U.S. Olympic Trials and saw five new or tied world records as the American team was selected, just about this […]
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Remember when 108,000 came to see a track meet at Stanford?

TSX HEADLINES – for July 11, 2018: There was a time when track & field was a higher-profile part of the American sports scene. Like when 108,000 spectators invaded Stanford Stadium in 1960 for the U.S. Olympic Trials and saw five new or tied world records as the American team was selected, just about this […]
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Why is the U.S. so strong? Look no further than high school sports

TSX HEADLINES – for July 6, 2018: The United States is the only country in the world that doesn’t support its Olympic sports program with government funding. So how is it possible that the U.S. dominates the medal count at Games after Games? Start with the country’s high school sports programs. Almost eight million U.S. […]
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Why is the U.S. so strong? Look no further than high school sports

TSX HEADLINES – for July 6, 2018: The United States is the only country in the world that doesn’t support its Olympic sports program with government funding. So how is it possible that the U.S. dominates the medal count at Games after Games? Start with the country’s high school sports programs. Almost eight million U.S. […]
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Hey IOC, follow golf’s lead to fix your Olympic bid (and cost) crisis

TSX HEADLINES – for July 4, 2018: Sure, it’s a holiday, but no one told the Olympic world about it! Amid a wild week of events, with the World Cup continuing, Wimbledon and the Tour de France starting and a sensational Diamond League ahead in Lausanne on Thursday, former PGA top-100 money winner and Olympics […]
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Hey IOC, follow golf’s lead to fix your Olympic bid (and cost) crisis

TSX HEADLINES – for July 4, 2018: Sure, it’s a holiday, but no one told the Olympic world about it! Amid a wild week of events, with the World Cup continuing, Wimbledon and the Tour de France starting and a sensational Diamond League ahead in Lausanne on Thursday, former PGA top-100 money winner and Olympics […]
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Ten things to remember from the USATF Championships

TSX HEADLINES – for June 25, 2018: This is an off-year in track & field, with no World Championships or Olympic Games, so why bother with the U.S. National Championships in Des Moines? Because big things still happen when the best in the U.S. get together. And it did, even with final-day thunderstorms interrupting the […]
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Ten things to remember from the USATF Championships

TSX HEADLINES – for June 25, 2018: This is an off-year in track & field, with no World Championships or Olympic Games, so why bother with the U.S. National Championships in Des Moines? Because big things still happen when the best in the U.S. get together. And it did, even with final-day thunderstorms interrupting the […]
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EXTRA: Lyles “bolts” to 9.88 world-leader to win USATF 100 m

TSX EXTRA – for June 23, 2018: Noah Lyles won the U.S. national championship in the 100 m in a world-leading 9.88 seconds on Friday night in Des Moines, Iowa. At 20 years old – he’ll be 21 on 18 July – he now has the world’s fastest time in the 100 m and equal-fastest […]
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EXTRA: Lyles “bolts” to 9.88 world-leader to win USATF 100 m

TSX EXTRA – for June 23, 2018: Noah Lyles won the U.S. national championship in the 100 m in a world-leading 9.88 seconds on Friday night in Des Moines, Iowa. At 20 years old – he’ll be 21 on 18 July – he now has the world’s fastest time in the 100 m and equal-fastest […]
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Is Paris 2024 preparing to burn itself at the stake?

TSX HEADLINES – for June 20, 2018: Screaming headlines declared that the Paris 2024 organizers are aiming to impact France in a huge way, leading the drive for zero poverty, zero unemployment and zero emissions. In truth, these are goals, but the Paris 2024 project may be getting off to a rockier start than advertised. […]
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