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Rudisha lowers 800m World record again, 1:41.01; Carter dashes 9.78sec in Rieti - IAAF World Challenge
31.08.2010 World
Rieti, Italy At this evenings the IAAF World Challenge meeting in Rieti, which was celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, Kenyan David Rudisha, who lowered the World 800m record* last week in Berlin to a time of 1:41.09, further reduced the all-time best for two laps to 1:41.01*.

Dmitry Medvedev meets with Russian national youth team
30.08.2010
Dmitry Medvedev met with medal winners from the Russian national youth team that took part in the first Youth Olympics.

Abakumova and Nazarova win in Ljubljana
30.08.2010
Mariya Abakumova won the womens javelin throw at the Atletski miting Ljubljana 2010 held in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She achieved 64,38m.

Rybakov, Firova and Lysenko win in Rieti
29.08.2010
Tatyana Lysenko won the womens hammer throw at the Rieti meeting held in Italy. She achieved 74,80m.

Tickets for IAAF World Championships Daegu 2011 on Sale
27.08.2010 World
Daegu, Korea In celebration of exactly a year to the IAAF World Championships Daegu 2011 to be held from 27 August to 4 September 2011, the Local Organising Committee (LOC) launched its much-anticipated ticket sales to the public in downtown Daegu today.

Lemaitre and Yanit voted European Athletes of the Month for July
24.08.2010 World
European Athletics is pleased to announce that French sprint sensation Christophe Lemaitre and Turkish hurdler Nevin Yanit have been voted as the European Athletes of the Month for July.

Russians first in Singapore
23.08.2010
Russian athletics team took the 1st place in unofficial team standings at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore. Russian athletes won 6 medals including 3 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze ones. Kenyan team was second (3-0-3) and China placed third (2-3-1).

Tatyana Lysenko places third in Berlin
23.08.2010
Tatyana Lysenko took the third place in the womens hammer throw at the ISTAF, an IAAF World Challenge meeting, held in Berlin. She achieved 73.14m.

Mariya Kuchina wins gold
22.08.2010
Mariya Kuchina won the girls high jump at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore. She cleared 1,89m.

Pavel Parshin finishes 3rd
22.08.2010
Pavel Parshin finished 3rd in the boys 10.000mRW at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore. He clocked 44:18.04.

Troneva with gold
22.08.2010
Natalya Troneva won the girls shot put at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore. She achieved 15.66m.

Barbora Spotakova changes coache
22.08.2010 World
Czech javelin Diamond League winner Barbora Spotakova is changing coaches.

Nadezhda Leonyeva takes bronze
21.08.2010
Nadezhda Leontyeva took the bronze medal in the girls 5000mRW at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore. She set a PB of 22:27.38.

Yekaterina Bleskina wins 100mH
21.08.2010
Yekaterina Bleskina won the girls 100mH at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore. She clocked 13.34 seconds.

Scott Davis passes away
19.08.2010 World
Track statistician, announcer and meet director Scott Davis has passed away on August 18th. Scott was meeting director of the Mr. Sac Relays before he retired in 2007.

Mysterious illness strikes Kerron Clement
19.08.2010 World
A mysterious illness struck two-time 400H world champ Kerron Clement early in his summer stay in Europe, ultimately putting a premature end to his season.

Eight Pakistani athletes fail doping tests
15.08.2010 World
Pakistan athletics have been hit by fresh doping charges after eight athletes failed tests at the national athletics championships last month in Islamabad.

Savinova, Ukhov, Klishina win in London
14.08.2010
Mariya Savinova won the womens 800m at the Aviva London Grand Prix, an IAAF Diamond League meeting, held in London. She clocked 1:58.64.

Cross-country at 2018 Winter Games?
14.08.2010 World
Agencies are informing that IOC said it will study a request by IAAF to include cross-country running at the 2018 Winter Games.

IAAF Chooses Kavarna, Bulgaria, to host 2012 World Half Marathon Championships
11.08.2010 World
Kiev, Ukraine - During its second day of meetings in Kiev, the IAAF Council has nominated the city of Kavarna in Bulgaria as host for the 2012 edition of the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships.

IAAF Council agrees plans to secure financial stability
09.08.2010 World
Kiev, Ukraine - Two legends of athletics, IAAF Senior Vice President Sergey Bubka and IOC Member Valeriy Borzov, who is also president of the Ukrainian athletics federation, joined Ukraines Minister of Family, Youth and Sport Ravil Safiullin to welcome the IAAF Council to Kiev, the capital of Ukraine.

6 months before Russian Winter
08.08.2010
The 20th edition of the Russian Winter will be held in Moscow on 6 February 2011, the IAAF Council decided in Kiev, Ukraine, today.

5-MINUTE INTERVIEW - Tomasz Majewski
07.08.2010 World
Polands Olympic shot put champion, Tomasz Majewski lost out on a gold medal at the recently concluded European Athletics Championships in Barcelona by the thinnest of margins.

End for Ennis
07.08.2010 World
Europan heptathlon champion and last year world champion Jessica Ennis will not compete in 2010 after winning in Spain. Writes Sportinglife.com.

Diamond for Yuliya
07.08.2010
European 3000mSt champion Yuliya Zarudneva won the womens 3000mSt at the DN Galan, an IAAF Diamond League meeting.

Dmitry Medvedev met with champions and prizewinners of the 20th European Athletics Championships
06.08.2010
The President congratulated Russian athletes on their team victory. The athletes won 24 medals in Barcelona: ten gold, six silver, and eight bronze medals.

Russia top medals table at end of European Athletics Championships
02.08.2010
Russia topped the medals table at the end of the 20th European Athletics Championships with a total of 10 golds, six silvers and eight bronze medals.

Russia upset the odds to take relay gold
02.08.2010
Only minutes after winning the womens title, Russia produced another set of one-lap wonders to take their first ever mens 4x400 relay gold, upsetting the favourites in a close race thanks to a brilliant last leg from individual finallist Vladimir Krasnov.

Russia women dominate with a world leading performance
02.08.2010
Led by the newly minted European 400m champion Tatyana Firova, the Russian quartet of Anastasiya Kapachinskaya, Antonina Krivoshapka, Kseniya Ustalova and Firova captured a gun-to-tape win in a world leading performance of 3:21.26 which is the fastest time since the 1990 European championships in Split.

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