NB: The world’s most eco-friendly running shoe company is coming. Sign-up to follow their story HERE….   An article by Brett Davies The Olympics at Los Angeles in 1984 saw Britain 's 'big three' - Sebastian Coe, Steve Ovett and Steve Cram - compete at the Games in the 800m & 1500m. World record-holder Coe &...
Nijel Amos has been reinstated and placed into the start-list for the final of the men's 800m on Wednesday night. Amos fell in the semi-final and it was assumed his Olympic campaign was finished.
A team of scientists from Norway have cast doubt on the results of Peter Bol's recent doping case, claiming that the testing for EPO by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is subjective and can lead to misinterpretation of results.
Already a two-time world champion at the age of 25, Norwegian athlete Karsten Warholm is currently the crowd's favorite to win gold at the Tokyo Olympics. 
The Netherlands’ Sifan Hassan has secured her first Olympic Gold in the women’s 5000m in Tokyo tonight! Her victory comes after the double World Champion announced a few days ago that she would be attempting to triple at this year’s Olympic Games. 
After fleeing from war-torn Somalia as a teenager, Abdi and his family arrived in the United States, where they settled in Tucson, Arizona.
NB: The world’s most eco-friendly high performance running shoe company is coming. Sign-up to follow their story HERE…. What can stop Sifan Hassan from completing a historic distance treble at the Tokyo Olympic Games? Not falling in the heats of the 1500m, which happened this morning. Not running for a gold medal in 28C...
The approaching Tokyo Olympics is set to proceed without spectators, after Japan declared a state of emergency for Tokyo amid rising COVID-19 infections.
Former Olympic gold medallist Taoufik Makhloufi has pulled out of the Tokyo Games due to a knee injury. The 33-year-old was a medal hope in Japan after winning 800m and 1500m silvers at the 2016 Rio Olympics and 1500m silver at the 2019 Doha world championships. He is the 2012 1500m Olympic champion.
Qatar's Mutaz Barshim and Italy's Gianmarco Tamberi know what it’s like to suffer.  Both have overcome potentially career ending injuries in the years leading into Tokyo. Now both walk away with Gold after declining the opportunity to compete in a jump-off. Barshim gave Qatar its first Olympic track and field title—and Tamberi recorded a PB clearance of 2.37 metres. Both Barshim and Tamberi had no failed jumps,  until they attempted the 2.39-metre mark.