Mauritian record-holder Guillaume Thierry came from behind to win the decathlon at the African Combined Events, part of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge, on his home track at the Maryse Justin Stadium in Reduit on 2-3 April.
Ecuador’s Andres Chocho produced the best result of the 2016 edition of the South American Race Walking Cup, which took place on the streets of Guayaquil on Sunday (3).
Kwambai and Kilel sprint to victory in Daegu Marathon
Kenya’s Richard Mengich made a resounding return to form at the Berlin Half Marathon on Sunday, taking victory in a personal best of 59:58.
Ernest Kiprono Ngeno and Brigid Kosgei scored a Kenyan double at the 16th edition of the Suissegas Milan City Marathon, an IAAF Bronze Label Road Race, on Sunday morning (3).
Kenya’s Visiline Jepkesho and Cyprian Kotut were dominant winners at the 40th edition of the Paris Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, on Sunday morning (3).
Fabrice Lapierre said he felt a little rusty on the runway at the Australian Championships in Sydney, but the world silver medallist took only one jump to iron out any kinks.
As is traditional, distance events were the focus of the Stanford Invitational in Palo Alto, California, which concluded on Saturday night (2).
The sprint and hurdle fields at the Florida Relays were filled with various Olympic and World Championship medalists starting their outdoor seasons, but it was an unheralded 22-year-old who stole the show, Ahmed Ali of Sudan running a national record of 20.16 (2.0m/s) to win the college invitational 200 metres.
World champion Shawn Barber set a world lead of 5.91m when winning the pole vault at the Texas Relays, which came to a conclusion on Saturday (2). His clearance was a stadium and meeting record, though just like at the IAAF World Indoor Championships two weeks ago, the Canadian's path to upper heights wasn’t without setbacks.
Kenya’s Violah Jepchumba carved almost four minutes off her personal best when taking victory at the Sportismo Prague Half Marathon on Sunday morning (2) in 1:05:51, the fourth fastest time in history on a record-eligible course.
Following Ethiopian doubles at the past two editions of the Daegu International Marathon, there’s a fair chance that Kenyan athletes will come out on top at the IAAF Silver Label Road Race on Sunday (3).
From the outset, it looks like another typical day in Djibouti City.
For the first time at the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris, both reigning champions will attempt to retain their crowns at the IAAF Gold Label Road Race on Sunday (3).
Australians Cedric Dubler and Sophie Stanwell were crowned the combined events winners on Friday (1) at the Australian Championships in Sydney, which also served as the opening round of the 2016 IAAF Combined Events Challenge.
Three-time London Marathon champion Martin Lel will line up against defending champion Kenneth Mungara at the 16th edition of the Suisse Gas Milano City Marathon, an IAAF Bronze Label Road Race, on Sunday (3).
Kenya’s Daniel Wanjiru and Ethiopia’s Worknesh Degefa will defend their Sportisimo Prague Half Marathon titles at the IAAF Gold Label Road Race in the Czech capital on Saturday (2).
Poland’s world hammer champions Pawel Fajdek and Anita Wlodarczyk will compete at the 55th Ostrava Golden Spike meeting on 19 May, organisers of the IAAF World Challenge meeting announced.
Eight world champions and seven Olympic champions are among the galaxy of international stars heading for the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Shanghai on 14 May, organisers announced on Thursday (31).
The IAAF World Lists 2015 are now available.