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Scott sets European 5000m Indoor record

USA – Great Britain’s Marc Scott ran his way into history last night by breaking Mo Farah’s European indoor 5000m record with a sensational run at the Boston University Last Chance Invitational. Scott smashed his outright personal best by over 13 seconds to finish second in the race in 13:08.87, lowering the European mark of […]
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Klosterhalfen sets European indoor 5000m record

USA – World 5000m bronze medallist Konstanze Klosterhalfen decimated the European indoor 5000m record at the BU Last Chance Invitational in Boston on Thursday (27th February) evening. The German sliced 17 seconds from Romanian Gabriela Szabo’s long-standing mark of 14:47.35, moving to fourth on the world all-time list with 14:30.79. Only the acclaimed Ethiopian trio […]
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Salpeter new Tokyo Marathon course record

Japan – Making her World Marathon Majors debut, European 10,000m champion Lonah Chemtai Salpeter from Israel shattered both her national record and the course record in the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday (1st March 2020). Chemtai Salpeter began her day with a lifetime best of 2:19:46 set in the Prague Marathon last May but she sliced […]
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Reekie sets new British 800m indoor record

Glasgow: 1st February 2020 – Jemma Reekie won double gold at the Gavle 2019 European Athletics U23 Championships last summer and this afternoon (1) in Glasgow she came of age with the most sensational run to break the British 800m indoor record in 1:57.91. Jemma Reekie sets new British 800m indoor record And in the […]
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Indoor Statement by European Athletics

Following yesterday’s announcement by World Athletics to postpone the World Athletics Indoor Championships in Nanjing to March 2021, European Athletics confirms it was consulted regarding this decision considering any potential implication on the European Athletics Indoor Championships scheduled in Torun, Poland from 5-7 March 2021. European Athletics President Svein Arne Hansen said: “Yes, of course […]
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Farah, Bekele for Vitality Big Half 2020

British Olympic hero Sir Mo Farah will begin his journey towards this year’s Tokyo Games by racing another of the all-time distance running greats, Kenenisa Bekele, at the 2020 Vitality Big Half on Sunday 1 March. Mo Farah and Kenenisa Bekele for Vitality Big Half 2020 Farah, 36, has won the past two editions of […]
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Revisit Tallinn in 2020

Be part of Estonia’s first World Athletics Bronze Label race in Tallinn in 11-13th September 2020! Revisit Tallinn Marathon in 2020 Did you know that from 2019 Tallinn Marathon’s distances (42km, 21km and 10km) have a new finishing area at Viru Gates? Viru Gates are the entrance to the UNESCO declared Old Town of Tallinn, […]
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Russian athletes cleared to compete at Euro Cross

The World Athletics Doping Review Board has agreed that the applications of six Russian athletes have met the exceptional eligibility criteria to compete in the 2019 European Cross Country Championships on 8 December as neutral athletes under competition Rule 22.1A(b) while the Russian national federation (RusAF) remains suspended. Six Russian athletes cleared to compete at […]
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Tallinn Marathon Events receive Bronze Label

World Athletics has recognised Tallinn Marathon as a Bronze Label race. This is the first time a sports event held in Estonia is awarded such a high international organisational standard. Tallinn Marathon Events receive Bronze Label This year, 21,494 runners from 65 countries in total took part in the international sports event with the highest […]
Tallinn Marathon

Bekele in sensational win at Berlin 2019

Berlin, Germany – Kenenisa Bekele made a sensational return to his best with a 2:01:41 win at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON, missing the world record by just two seconds. For good measure, the 37-year-old Ethiopian set a national record and the fastest time in the world this year. Kenenisa Bekele misses World Record at Berlin Marathon […]
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