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For individuals suffering from proximal hamstring tendinopathy it can be frustrating to navigate the rehabilitation required, and oftentimes symptoms may persist for extended periods of time, ranging from months even extending to years.
Sydney McLaughlin does not race often, but she produces memorable performances whenever she does step on the track. Running a sizzling world record of 51.41* in the women’s 400m hurdles on a hot afternoon at the US Championships on Saturday (25), McLaughlin has now set world records in three...
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The World Athletics Council has approved the following decisions on future qualification systems for championship events and for the future rotation of the World Athletics Relays. Entry standards and world rankings The Council has approved the continuation of the current qualification system structure for World Athletics Championships and Olympic Games. Therefore, the...
  There is a new 800m contender in town, and he has been flying under the radar.  Hailing from Sydney, and coached by the well-known Ben Liddy, Jye Perrott’s stock is rallying hard. The smooth flowing Perrott is backed by James Templeton, the famous manager who looks after Peter Bol...
ASICS have announced the latest updates to its record breaking METASPEED™ series as they take the performance of their product personalisation to the next level.
West Australian, Peter Bol, has broken his own Australian 800m record at the Paris Diamond League overnight. Bol stopped the clock at 1:44.00, wiping 0.11 of a second from his old mark, to finish second to Frenchman Benjamin Robert.
Jack Rayner has obliterated his old 5000m PB by 28 seconds at Oslo's famous Bislett Games, clocking 13:06 to move to 3rd on the Australian all-time 5000m rankings list. Only legends Craig Mottram and Stewart McSweyn have run faster. He moves past close friends Collis Birmingham and Brett Robinson, and is doing so moves Robinson out of the top-10 list.
On a historical day for Australian middle distance running, Oliver Hoare has broken Stewart McSweyn's Australian (and Oceanic) mile record at Oslo's Bislett Games.
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