Eliud Kipchoge overcame footwear problems to produce a world leading time to win the men’s title
Britain’s David Weir secured his maiden Berlin Marathon title after producing a dominant displa
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Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge again proved himself to be the pre-eminent marathon racer of recent years when he won the BMW Berlin Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, in a world-leading time of 2:04:00 on Sunday (27).
Making the transition from junior to senior athlete in any event is never simple and for heptathletes, the complexity of coming of age is multiplied by seven.
The 42nd edition of the BMW Berlin Marathon promises to be a hunt for superfast times and Olympic qualifying performances when the starting gun is fired for the IAAF Gold Label Road Race at 9am on Sunday morning (27).
During his recent visit to the Congress of the Association of Balkan Athletics Federations (ABAF) in Vrsac, Serbia, IAAF President Seb Coe took the opportunity to update the Member Federations present about his first three weeks in office as IAAF President as well as to commend the ABAF, led by President Dobromir Karamarinov, on its dynamic efforts to create new competition opportunities.
The IAAF is saddened to hear about the death of Gerard Mach, a Polish sprinter and coach, who died on Tuesday (22), less than a week after his 89th birthday.
At the IAAF World Championships, Beijing 2015, Jamaica finished second on the medals table with seven gold and 12 medals in total. It’s the country’s second-best tally ever, after the 2009 edition in Berlin. But this time, it wasn’t just sprinters and hurdlers who led the charge.