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Athletics

Discovering Olomouc

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Tuesday, 06 August 2019 08:51
Jessica Whittington travelled to the Czech Republic to experience RunCzech’s Mattoni Olomouc Half Marathon Described as a ‘hidden treasure’ of Europe, Olomouc is situated 179 miles south east of the Czech capital of Prague and for the past 10 years the city has welcomed runners for the annual Mattoni Olomouc Half Marathon. The event forms part of the RunCzech series…

Sally Pearson retires from athletics

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Monday, 05 August 2019 16:32
Olympic and world 100m hurdles gold medallist announces decision to hang up her spikes as her body “has decided it is time to let it go” Australia’s 100m hurdles star Sally Pearson has announced her decision to retire after a 16-year athletics career. The London 2012 Olympic and two-time world gold medallist said her body “has decided it is time…

Malaika Mihambo leaps 7.16m in Berlin – weekly round-up

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Monday, 05 August 2019 06:30
Highlights from the German Championships, Norwegian Championships, World Para Athletics Junior Championships, England combined events action and more Coverage of national league action, with Thames Valley and Birchfield retaining their respective UKWL and BAL titles, can be found here. A report on Sharon Gayter’s JOGLE record, as she ran from John O’Groats to Land’s End in 12 days, 11 hours,…

Distance legend Basil Heatley dies

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Sunday, 04 August 2019 05:10
Marathon world record-breaker, Olympic medallist and English cross-country running legend Basil Heatley sadly passes away Basil Heatley, the former world marathon record-holder and 1964 Olympic silver medallist behind Abebe Bikila, has died aged 85. The Coventry Godiva legend broke Buddy Edelen’s world marathon mark by half a minute with 2:13:55 at the Polytechnic Marathon in June 1964, but he was…

Thames Valley and Birchfield retain national league titles

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Saturday, 03 August 2019 15:43
Highlights from the joint UKWL and BAL fixture in Birmingham Birchfield Harriers won their third match of the season to make it five men’s league titles in successive years. They were led off in Birmingham by Craig Murch who posted his fourth league hammer victory of the campaign and did so with his second personal best in a week. His…

Soccer

Liverpool cult hero Origi completes Milan move

Liverpool cult hero Origi completes Milan move

AC Milan have completed the signing of former Liverpool striker Divock Origi on a free transfer, the...

Malacia joins United, first signing of Ten Hag era

Malacia joins United, first signing of Ten Hag era

Manchester United have completed the signing of Netherlands left-back Tyrell Malacia, it was announc...

PSG fires Pochettino, names Galtier as manager

PSG fires Pochettino, names Galtier as manager

Mauricio Pochettino has been sacked as Paris Saint-Germain manager, the club have announced, with Ch...

Basketball

Steph market stays hot as jersey sells for $200K

Steph market stays hot as jersey sells for $200K

The NBA Finals might be over, but Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is still putting up numbe...

Sources: FA Warren, Nets agree to 1-year deal

Sources: FA Warren, Nets agree to 1-year deal

After missing most of the past two seasons with a stress fracture in his left foot, free-agent forwa...

Baseball

Braves honor late play-by-play man Casey Motter

Braves honor late play-by-play man Casey Motter

ATLANTA -- The Atlanta Braves paid tribute to their longtime public address announcer, Casey Motter,...

Nats' Soto says he's avoided major calf injury

Nats' Soto says he's avoided major calf injury

WASHINGTON -- Nationals star Juan Soto said an MRI on his left calf showed no damage after he left S...

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