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Eliud Kiptanui Favored To Win Langueux 10K

He's struggled with injury this year, but his agent says he's ready to race.

Is Yenew Alamirew Gebrselassie’s Heir Apparent?

That's what Haile's manager thinks.

Poland To Host 2013 World XC Championships

The championships are now held every other year.

Boston Course Ruled Not Eligible For World Record

John Hancock will continue awarding $50K bonuses for world-best times, however.

When Is A Record Not A Record?

Geoffrey Mutai's world-leading time at Boston won't count as a world record.

Gebrselassie Commends Mutai On Fast Boston Time

The great Ethiopian marathoner admits Boston is no cakewalk.

New Record Set At Xiamen Marathon

The wind was a factor in the IAAF gold-label marathon in China.

Statisticians Analyze A Year On The Track

The data suggests a mediocre year for both men and women

IAAF To Begin Using Biological Passport

The IAAF hopes this new program will further improve drug screening. Beginning this month, the IAAF is taking a new step to combat the use

Cross Country At The Olympic Games?

IAAF hoping to see the sport become part of winter program in 2018. Officials from the International Association of Athletics Federations

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