Every time Joshua Cheptegei takes a peek at his Olympic 5000m gold medal that he won so magnificently in Tokyo it serves as a reminder that anything is possible.
former Australian 1500m record holder and two-time Olympian Ryan Gregson, has won the Noosa Bolt. He narrowly beat hom Jack Bruce, with Louis McAfee third.
Runners looking for a new and exciting challenge can register for the ASICS World Ekiden 2021, a free virtual race which will be taking place November 10th - November 22nd AEST. Registration for the event begins October 4th and ends November 22nd at 11pm HST. This race will be inspired by the traditional Japanese Ekiden but will be 42.195 kilometres, the length of a standard marathon. Teams of six runners will be challenged to complete the marathon distance over six legs — 5km, 5km, 10km, 5km, 10km, and 7.2km — for a total of 42.195 km. Frequently asked questions about this year's ASICS World Ekiden are addressed below.
Letesenbet Gidey produced a jaw-dropping debut for the NN Running Team by obliterating the world half marathon record, posting a dazzling 1:02:52 on the streets of Valencia.
NN Running Team are delighted to announce one of the world’s most gifted distance runners of her generation Letesenbet Gidey, the world 5000m and 10,000m record-holder, has joined the NN Running Team.
Olympian Jess Stenson (nee Trengove) competing in her first marathon in three years catapulted herself right back in the mix, clocking a PB of 2:25.13. Her time was amazingly the 4th fastest of all-time by an Australian and is the fastest ever by an Australian, on Australian soil.
A very sad day for sport with the passing of world record holder Agnes Tirop at 25-years-of-age.  Tirop was found Wednesday with multiple stab wounds. Kenyan police have confirmed her husband is the main suspect.
this weekend in the windy city of Chicago, Sara Hall is chasing history and will look to go out on record pace.  Hall will have a bunch of pacers as well as a loaded elite field to aid her, including world half-marathon record-holder Ruth Chepngetich.
Kenya's Joyciline Jepkosgei has won the women's London Marathon, beating home the world record holder, Brigid Kosgei.  Kosgei, was aiming to become the first woman to win three consecutive London Marathon titles since Germany's Katrin Doerre in 1994, but she managed just fourth.
Alberto Salazar, the previously Nike backed US based coach who took Mo Farah to four Olympic gold medals and six world titles, has lost his appeal. Salazar was banned for a series of doping violations, read more on the violations HERE.