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Germany’s Olympic long jump champion Malaika Mihambo and Poland’s sprinter Ewa Swoboda produced the highlights at the ISTAF INDOOR Düsseldorf. Mihambo left it late before producing a fine 6.83 m jump while Swoboda was just ahead of crowd favorite Gina Lückenkemper in 7.18 seconds in the 60 m final in front of around 6,100 spectators in the PSD BANK DOME arena. Polish athletes had a great day in Düsseldorf, taking three of the six competitions.
Keely Hodgkinson, an Olympic 800m silver medallist, made history on Friday night by breaking the long-standing world record for 600m at the Bryggen Sports event in Manchester. This was the third British record to be broken in 24 hours, following Dina Asher-Smith and Sam Atkin's achievements. Hodgkinson clocked 1:23.41, beating the previous record of 1:23.44 set by Olga Kotlyarova of Russia in 2004. She was accompanied by pacemaker Issy Boffey, who had earlier won the women's 800m.
30-year-old, Woody Kincaid has unleashed his well-known kick to break Grant Fisher's American indoor 5000m record (12:53.73) at an indoor meet at Boston University. Kincaid clocked 12:51.61 with an insane finish. Kincaid outkicked Joe Klecker in the final lap, after sitting in for much of the race.  His closing splits...
Faith Kipyegon, a double Olympic champion in the 1500 metres, has expressed her desire to take on the marathon in the future. In an interview, Kipyegon revealed that the unparalleled success of Kenya's marathon icon, Eliud Kipchoge, has ignited and nurtured her ambition. Kipyegon stated that Kipchoge's awe-inspiring string of masterful performances has left her in awe and she hopes to replicate that in the future.
"This is absolutely huge for Peter, who claims innocence, and I would back him all the way there, knowing Peter," Telford said.
Australia's next big thing over 1500m has surfaced, cementing his reptutation forged during a stellar junior career. 
Written by AA   Melbourne, Australia; January 10, 2023 -  The inaugural Maurie Plant Meet – Melbourne is set to be gold by status and gold by nature with the fastest man in the world booking his ticket to Lakeside Stadium on February 23. Enter, Fredrick Lee Kerley. The reigning 100m world champion and Tokyo Olympic silver medallist...
Superstars of Australian athletics will take on the world’s best in a high-profile track and field meet on home soil, with World Athletics and the Victorian Government today announcing their support of a World Continental Tour Gold Level meet in Melbourne in February.
Leanne Pompeani has pulled off an upset to win the Australian Zatopek 10,000m track title,  in Melbourne.  While in the men's race, Jack Rayner, successfully defended his title, topping off what has been one hell of a year.
School boy sprint sensation Gout Gout has broken the Australian Under 16 200m record not once but twice on Day One of the 2022 Chemist Warehouse Australian All Schools Championships in Adelaide.
                   

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