Kenyan runners rule the roost
Henry Kilagat and Georgina Rono emerged as winners in the Ooredoo Marathon which was dominated by Kenyan runners.
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QATAR Olympic Committee (QOC) Secretary General Dr Thani Abdulrahman Al Kuwari was elected unopposed as the new president of Qatar Athletics Federation (QAF) at its General Assembly held last week.
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TILL August, 2015, the lingering question in the minds of hammer throw fans all over the world was who would be the first woman to break the 80M barrier.

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Anita Wlodarczyk is likely to start her new season in May at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Challenge Meeting in Beijing, China, where she is the defending champion.

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THE International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) will have Japanese sportswear designer and manufacturer ASICS as its new official partner.

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Three senior athletics officials have had their provisional suspension from the sport extended by the IAAF's Ethics Board as it continues its investigation into their alleged involvement in a suspected cover-up of Russian doping cases.

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POLAND’S double Olympic and world champion hammer thrower Anita Wlodarczyk, who is in Doha for a three-week training camp, interacted with students of the ASPIRE Academy, giving them valuable insights.

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The IAAF unanimously adopted a reform package drawn up by president Sebastian Coe in a bid to end "grotesque" corruption that has rocked track and field's governing body.
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Russia's athletics ban will run into 2017 and may include the August world championships after a Task Force monitoring the nation's anti-doping programme refused to put any dates on a "road map" for a return.
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Russian heptathlete Tatyana Chernova was stripped of her 2011 world title for a doping violation, with Britain's Jessica Ennis-Hill set to be awarded the gold medal.
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USA’S Tony Migliozzi retained the men’s title while Kenya’s Risper Kimaiyo reigned supreme among women on her maiden attempt in the Second International Association of Ultrarunners’ (IAU) 50KM World Championships at the Aspire Zone last week.
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USA’S Tony Migliozzi and Kenya's Risper Kimaiyo win the men's and women's title respectively in the International Association of Ultrarunners' 50km World Championship.
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Jamaica's Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt will run his last race on home soil at June's Racers Grand Prix before retiring from competition two months later, he said on Friday.