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Double Olympics Champion Caster Semenya Tried 3000m In A Meet Wenda Nel And Kyle Blignaut Impressed At Potchefstroom Meet

Double Olympics 800m Champion, Caster Semenya who tried her legs on 2000m two weeks ago, on Thursday (6) at Potchefstroom South Africa Meet tried 3000m this time around. She won in 9:04.20. In the 400m hurdle for women, South Africa Champion Wenda Nel was outright impressive as she won her race in 55.16s while the […]

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Athletics

Olympics Champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo In Another WL Run As African Champion Blessing Okagbare Was Impressive

At USAF Meet today, Olympics Champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo churned out another stellar performance as she smashed facility record and become the fastest over 400m this season in 49.08s win. Now the world leader in both 200m and 400m. Africa Champion, Blessing Okagbare looked sharp as she scotched out 10.97s run to win 100m. In the […]

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Swimming

Double Olympics Medalist Duncan Scott Breaks British Record As Adam Peaty Looks Awesome At British Trial

Double Olympic medallist Duncan Scott was impressive on the first of four days of the trials as he went under the British record with a time of 1:55.90 in the 200m individual medley. Scott now hold British record in three events; in addition to 200m and 100m freestyle. Olympic 100m breaststroke champion Adam Peaty sent an ominous […]

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Weight Lifting

Olympics Champion Shi Zhiyong And A Teenager In World Record Perfomance At China Weighlifting Competition

Two of China’s top gold medal hopes for Tokyo 2020 were in world-record form at the Men’s National Championships in Kaihua, where a teenager made his mark in sensational style. It was a mirror of the Women’s National Championships last week where three lifts were above world-record level and an “unknown” teenager excelled. Shi Zhiyong stands way […]

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Athletics

Tokyo 2020 Will Be My Last Olympics-World Javelin Champion

In what look like a beaming sound of drum of retirement, the Kenya World javelin champion, Julius Yego says the Tokyo 2020 will likely be his last Olympics. “This will be the last Games in which I will be able to compete at the highest level”, Yego said. Yego, matured under the tutelage of coach […]

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Athletics

Coe Feels Proud As He Watched Duplantis Tied With Lavillenie For A Top Place In Ultimate Garden Clash

World Athletics President Sebastian Coe was one of the thousands of fans who tuned in to watch the ultimate garden clash involving Modo Duplantis Vs Renaud Lavillenie vs Sam Kendricks. “I am so proud of these three talented athletes,” said Coe. “This is a brilliant initiative, great fun and really innovative. My thanks go to […]

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Athletics

Why Resurgent Merritt(110 hurdle record holder) Still Have A Point To Prove

The Aries Merritt the 110m hurdle World record holder and Olympics Champion still want to prove a point for his last Olympics next year if he qualify. Merritt broke the world record and also became Olympics Champion in 2012. But soon after 2013 World championship, it’s has been struggle with illness despite managing to win […]

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Video

Lockdown: How Different World Class Athletes Train At Home–Part 1

There are innate strength in a man, once it’s fire is litted for a goal; no challenge or situation can overpower or outmuscle it to a halt. This is what is playing out all over the World as covid-19 imposed lockdown has made training to be difficult. But different World class and Olympians around the […]

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Athletics

Mo Farah’s Reaction To Tokyo Olympics Postponement

The fourth time Olympics Champion Mo Farah has reacted to Tokyo Olympics Postponement with some elation. Feel the postponement will not affect him from featuring in rescheduled Olympics despite he will be 38 years by then. “Olympics was about the last thing to get cancelled. In a way obviously it’s disappointing it has been cancelled […]