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Behind The Scenes With Nick Symmonds

The 800m champion isn't afraid to speak his mind.

Coe To Be Inducted Into IAAF Hall of Fame

The British running legend won two Olympic gold medals.

One-Hundred Children Sprint In Times Square

They were commemorating the 100th anniversary of the IAAF.

Strong Fields Expected For Bogota Half

Some of the best East Africans head to South America in July.

Agnes Kiprop Prevails In Prague Marathon

She made a comeback after a Boston DNF last month.

Former Junior Champ Aman DQ’d For Age

It was ruled that he was too young to compete.

David Rudisha Was The Man To Beat In 2011

He hopes to improve on his own world record next year.

Merga Wins Boulogne-Billancourt Half Marathon

Ethiopia captured the men's and women's titles.

IAAF President “Laughing” At Bribery Allegations

He is confident he will be cleared of them.

Verzbicas’ Citizenship A Factor In Triathlon Move

The Lithuanian citizen can represent the U.S. in triathlon, but not track and field.

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