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Sokolova wins in Stockholm
31.07.2009
Russian Champion and European Indoor silver medalist Yelena Sokolova won the womenís long jump at the DN Galan meeting held in Stockholm today.

Ohuruogu ready for Berlin
31.07.2009 World
Christine Ohuruogu despite some recent injury problems has been named amongst the 60-strong squad selected to represent the Aviva Great Britain team at the IAAF World Championships in Berlin next mont

Chambers in British team
31.07.2009 World
European indoor champion Dwain Chambers insists he always felt Ąrelaxedď about being picked for next monthĎs World Championships even though he underperformed in the trials two weeks ago.

Zurich tickets sold out
30.07.2009 World
Last available standing tickets for Weltklasse Zurich on August 28 were sold.

Majewski gets 21.64 PB
29.07.2009 World
The men´s shot put was one of the greatest events of Miting Internacional d´Atletisme Ciutat de Barcelona (EA Classic Permit).

Preliminary list of Russian team for Berlin
28.07.2009
Russian Athletics has announced a preliminary list of the national team for the 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics on 15-23 August in Berlin, Germany.

Borzakovskiy Ė 1:43.58
28.07.2009
Yuriy Borzakovskiy finished second in the menís 800m at the Herculis, an IAAF Super Grand Prix meeting in Monaco, clocking his SB of 1:43.58.

Demus and Dibaba world leads in London
26.07.2009 World
There were world leading performances for Lashinda Demus and Tirunesh Dibaba on the second day of the Aviva London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace today.

Ukhov 2.35m; Makarov 84.24m; Abakumova beaten
26.07.2009
The third day of the All-Russian Championships in Cheboksary (Sat 25) began with a small sensation.

Isinbayeva places second in London
25.07.2009
Yelena Isinbayeva unexpectedly placed second in the womenís pole vault at the Aviva Grand Prix London clearing at 4.68m on her third as Polandís Anna Rogowska managed the same height on her second.

Pechonkina continues comeback
25.07.2009
The second day of the All-Russian Championships in Cheboksary didnít produce quite the expected highs though results were still very solid (Fri 24).

Chicherova is back
24.07.2009
Anna Chicherova won the womenís high jump at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary. She was the only one who cleared 2m.

800m without surprises
24.07.2009
Mariya Savinonova and Yuriy Borzakovskiy won the womenís 800m and the menís one respectively at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary.

Golden Borisov
24.07.2009
Yevgeniy Borisov won the menís 110mH at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary clocking 13.60. Konstantin Shabanov was second with 13.66 and Igor Peremota finished third Ė 13.75.

Kondakova wins 100mH
24.07.2009
Yuliya Kondakova won the womenís 100mH at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary clocking a Russian season best of 12.90.

Anna Avdeyeva Ė 20.07
24.07.2009
Anna Avdeyeva won the womenís shot put at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary setting the World season second.

Yelena Sokolova sets PB
24.07.2009
Yelena Sokolova won the womenís long jump at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary setting a PB. Yelena had only 2 successful attempts: 6.92 and 6.86.

Sadova sets World season second
24.07.2009
Athens Champion Natalya Sadova won the womenís discus throw at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary set the World season second and the European season best of 65.40.

Dyldin wins 400m
24.07.2009
Maksim Dyldin won the menís 400m at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary. He set a Russian season best of 45.80.

Krivoshapka wins 400m
24.07.2009
Antonina Krivoshapka won the womenís 400m at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary confirming her high class.

Derevyagin sub-50 again
24.07.2009
Aleksandr Derevyagin won the menís 400mH at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary clocked 49.87, his second sub-50 seconds after 49.68 in the heats.

Pechonkina is Russian Champion
24.07.2009
Yuliya Pechonkina won the womenís 400mH at the Russian Championships in Cheboksary. She clocked 54.86, a Russian season leading.

Alminova sets fastest 800m of the year
24.07.2009
The city of Cheboksary, capital of Chuvashiya plays host to the Russian national championships which also serve as trials for the IAAF World Championships in Berlin.

862 athletes to compete at Russian Championships
22.07.2009
862 athletes (493 men and 369 women) from 63 Russiaís regions will compete at the 2009 Russian Athletics Championships on 23-26 July in Cheboksary.

Jelimo returns with 1:59.59 in Heusden-Zolder
19.07.2009 World
Olympic champion Pamela Jelimo broke away from the field to win the 800m by a large margin at the KBC Night of Athletics in Heusden-Zolder on Saturday (18) night.

2.01 High Jump clearance for Beitia in Zaragoza
19.07.2009 World
Spainís reigning European indoor High Jump silver medallist Ruth Beitia stole the show at the ĎGran Premio Gobierno de Aragóní held on Saturday (18) on a sunny but quite windy day.

Russia finish top at European Athletics U23 Championships
19.07.2009
Russia finished top of the medal table as the European Athletics U23 Championships in Kaunas, Lithuania, ended on Sunday.

London without Ohuruogu
18.07.2009 World
Christine Ohuruogu has withdrawn from next weekĎs London Grand Prix, further raising doubts over whether she will be able to defend her World Championship 400m title in Berlin next month.

IAAF Doping rule violations
17.07.2009 World
The IAAF has recently been informed of the following Anti-Doping Rule Violations:

Bolt on Twitter
17.07.2009 World
Usain Bolt recently launched his website at www.usainbolt.com.

President Medvedev meets Russian athletes
17.07.2009
The President of Russia Dmitriy Medvedev personally congratulated the Russian Student team which placed first at the medal table of the 25th Universiade in Belgrade.

Plus two silver medals
17.07.2009
Pavel Karavayev and Vera Karmishina took silver medals in their events at the European U23 Championships in Kaunas.

Russian triumph in womenís 400m
17.07.2009
Russian athletes occupied the podium of the womenís 400m at the European U23 Championships in Kaunas.

Tarasova takes silver in womenís shot put
17.07.2009
Irina Tarasova took the silver medal in the womenís shot put at the European U23 Championships in Kaunas.

Popkova wins womenís 10.000m
17.07.2009
Natalya Popkova won the womenís 10.000m at the European U23 Championships in Kaunas, and Natalya Puchkova was fourth.

Shumkina first, Shemyakina third
17.07.2009
Yelena Shumkina won the womenís 20kmRW at the European U23 Athletics Championships in Kaunas. Tatyana Shemyakina finished third.

Liu Xiang is back
16.07.2009 World
ChinaĎs hurdle star Liu Xiang is back in training and wore for the first time after his operation spikes during his training session on Wednesday.

Meet record for Kanter
16.07.2009 World
Spitzenleichtathletik EA Premium Meeting registered two meet records.

WJR for Storl
16.07.2009 World
German World junior champion David Storl again improved the world junior record in shot put (6 kg) with 22.73 in fifth attempt.

Kokoyev wins menís shot put
16.07.2009
Valeriy Kokoyev won the menís Shot put at the European Athletics U23 Championships in Kaunas, Lithuania. He achieved 20,20m.

Stuczynski under questionmark
15.07.2009 World
Track and Field News website informs that pole vault Jenn Stuczynski currently is described by coach Rick Suhr as being Ąonly 50-50ď to compete at the World Championships in Berlin.

Hooker beaten, Lucas second fastest in the World
15.07.2009 World
French pole vaulters beat olympic winner Steven Hooker at fifth Alma Athle Tour series meet. European indoor champion Renaud Lavillenie cleared 582 in first and Romain Mesnil in second.

2nd Lusofonia Games
14.07.2009 World
European Champion Francis Obikwelu equalled his season best at 100 m with 10.10 (+1.7) while winning at the 2nd Lusofonia Games.

Bolt and Gay will not meet until Berlin
14.07.2009 World
Bolt runs 100 m in Paris and 100 m and relay in London, Gay runs the 200 m in London and most probably Stockholm 100 m (his quote from flash-interview in Rome).

Wariner wins in Italy
13.07.2009 World
Surprise entry at 20th Lignano Sabbiadoro Meet in Italy was world champion Jeremy Wariner who clocked 45.74 to win the 400 m in his first European race of the year.

Ukhov, Feofanova, Galkina-Samitova win in Athens
13.07.2009
Svetlana Feofanova won the womenís pole vault at the Athens Grand Prix meeting held in Greece. She cleared 4,68m. Yuliya Golubchikova placed second with 4,53m.

Williamson 10.05 against wind, Defar sub 30 at 10 km
12.07.2009 World
Reigning European U23 Champion Simeon Williamson is in sub 10 shape.

Russian women take 4th place
12.07.2009
The 8th European Mountain Running Championships were held in the Austrian village of Telfes im Stubai on Sunday. 260 runners from 26 countries competed at the championships.

Russian team wins at Universiade
12.07.2009
Russian athletics team placed first in the medal standings of the 25th Universiade in Belgrade taking 2 medals on the last day of the competitions.

Russian team on fourth
12.07.2009
Russian team placed fourth in the medal table at the 6th World Youth Championships in Sudtirol taking 9 medals including 3 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze ones.

2 gold and 4 bronze medals in Sudtirol
12.07.2009
Yelena Lashmanova, 17, won the womenís 5000kmRW at the 6th IAAF World Youth Championships in Sudtirol. She clocked 22:55.45. Svetlava Vasilyeva finished third with 23:00.15.

Gold, silver and 2 bronzes in Belgrade
12.07.2009
Aleksandr Gripich won the menís pole vault at the 25th Univesiade in Belgrade clearing 5.60m. Natalya Kutyakova was second in the womenís triple jump with 14.14m, and Anastasiya Medvedeva was third Ė

Isinbayeva wins in Rome
11.07.2009
Yelena Isinbayeva won the womenís pole vault at the Golden Gala, an IAAF Golden League meeting, held in Rome. She cleared a SB of 4.85.

Defar thinks about 10km
10.07.2009 World
Reigning 5000 m world champion Meseret Defar is considering to run the 10 000 m at British Trials this weekend in Birmingham.

1 gold and 2 silver medals in Sudtirol
10.07.2009
Russian athletes took 1 gold and 2 silver medals at the 6th IAAF World Youth Championships in Sudtirol.

Mikhaylova and Povalyayeva: gold and bronze in 20kmRW
10.07.2009
Olga Mikhaylova won the womenís 20kmRW at the 25th Universiade in Belgrade. Olga Povalyayeva finished third.

Malchenko and Ilyichev on podium ne Belgrade
09.07.2009
Eduard Malchenko and Ivan Ilyichev placed first and third in the menís high jump at the 25th Universiade in Belgrade.

Sokolov wins 1500
09.07.2009
Vyacheslav Sokolov, 24, won the menís 1500m at the 25th Universiade in Belgrade clocking 3:42.49.

Fayzulin fourth in Octathlon
09.07.2009
Maksim Fayzulin finished fourth in the boysí octathlon at the 6th IAAF World Youth Championships in Sudtirol, Italy. He scored 6107 points.

Russiaís gold and silver medals in menís 20kmRW
09.07.2009
Sergey Bakulin won the menís 20kmRW at the 25th Universiade in Belgrade set a Universiade record of 1:20.52.

Majewski four times until Berlin
09.07.2009 World
Most popular current Polish athlete Shot Put olympic winner Tomasz Majewski has still four competitions left before World Championships in Berlin.

Kryachkova takes silver medal at Universiade
09.07.2009
Irina Kryachkova placed second in the womenís long jump at the 25th Universiade in Belgrade. She jumped on 6.47m.

Ramzi B-sample confirmed
08.07.2009 World
Agencies are reporting that also the B-sample of Bahraini 1500 m runner Rashid Ramzi from Olympic Games was positive on latest generation of the blood booster EPO (CERA).

Tahri sets European record in 3000m steeple
08.07.2009 World
French Boubdallah Tahri set a new European steeple record clocking 8:02.19 at the Alma Athle Tour French series meet in Metz on Saturday.

Zbrozhek wins in Lausanne
08.07.2009
Oksana Zbrozhek won the womenís 800m at the Athletissima 2009 meeting held in Lausanne. She clocked 2.01,24.

Russian Championships Timetable
07.07.2009

Tsirikhov and Shutova take medals in Belgrade
07.07.2009
Soslan Tsirikhov won the menís shot put at the 25th Universiade in Belgrade. He achieved 19.59 and beat Jun Zhang of China by 1cm. Krzysztof Krzywosz of Poland was third Ė 19,38.

Winning final for Borzakovskiy
05.07.2009
2004 Olympic Champion Yuriy Borzakovskiy finished the Znamensky Memorial in Zhukovskiy with a deafening howl of the crowd winning the menís 800m in 1:46.48.

Abakumova close to PB
05.07.2009
Beijing silver medalist Mariya Abakumova won the womenís javelin throw achieving 64.32 at the Znamensky Memorial in Zhukovskiy. She needed only 17cm to reach her PB.

Krivoshapka and Svechkar win 400m
05.07.2009
Antonina Krivoshapka won the womenís 400m with a great advantage over her rivals at the Znamensky Memorial in Zhukovskiy today.

Gushchina caught up in traffic jam
05.07.2009
Olympic 4x100 Relay Champion Yuliya Gushchina finished second in the womenís 200m at the Znamensky Memorial.

Weather doesnít daunt Savinova
05.07.2009
World season leader Mariya Savinova convincingly won the womenís 800m at the Znamensky Memorial in Zhukovskiy today. She was the only one who clocked a sub 2 minutes time of 1:59.72.

Collins finishes, Pechonkina doesnít
05.07.2009
Yuliya Pechonkina didnít finish in the womenís 400mH at the Znamensky Memorial today. She competed for the first time after a year-long layoff because of an injury.

Sadova and Nabokina first winners of Znamenski Memorial
05.07.2009
The 51th Znamensky Memorial has started with two national events in Zhukovskiy where the weather is cool (+14) and windy today.

Lebedeva: 15.01 in Madrid
05.07.2009
Tatyana Lebedeva won the womenís triple jump at the Mardid 2009 meeting held in Spain. She achieved 15.01 (+4.5), when Anna Pyatykh placed second with 14.82 (+3.7).

Isinbayeva and Borzakovskiy win in Oslo
04.07.2009
Yelena Isinbayeva won the womenís pole vault at the Bislett Games, the IAAF Golden Leagueís second meeting held in Oslo. She cleared 4.71 and continued pretending to the Jackpot.

Balayeva achieves 6.69 and invited to Znamensky Memorial
03.07.2009
Olga Balayeva won the womenís long jump at the Slovenian Grand Prix meeting held in Velenje. She achieved 6.69 and got an invitation to the Znamensky Memorial from the meetingís organizers.

No Dibaba
02.07.2009 World
Ethiopiaís Olympic 5000m and 10000m champion Tirunesh Dibaba has withdrawn from the 5000m race at the 2009 Bislett Games on Friday due to a minor injury, informs www.tiruneshdibaba.net.

Ready for 100%
02.07.2009
Organizers of the Znamensky Memorial held a press conference at the Rossiyskaya Gazeta office today. There were Moscow region officials, the meeting partners and competitors among the invited guests.

World season lead in womenís 800m in Moscow
02.07.2009
In the Russian capitalís Luzhniki stadium last night (1 July) took place the EA permit meeting the "Moscow Open", which inparticular witnessed one spectacular world season lead on the track.

Defar vs. Dibaba confirmed
01.07.2009 World
The first clash of Ethiopian running stars since Olympic Games in Beijing was now confirmed by the organisers of ExxonMobil Bislett Games.

Gay vs. Powell
01.07.2009 World
First big sprint clash of the year in Europe will happen at Golden Gala (part of AF Golden League) meet in Rome on July 10.

Sprint promises fast
01.07.2009
High results can be achieved in the sprint events at the Znamensky Memorial on 5 July in Zhukovskiy.

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