Ndiku thwarts Lagat's bid
US veteran Bernard Lagat's tilt at taking a place in the record books with a fourth victory in the world indoor 3000m was squashed by Kenyan upstart Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku on Sunday.
Campbell-Brown seeks redemption
Jamaican sprinting legend Veronica Campbell-Brown will make her first track appearance in 10 months at the World Indoor Championships, just weeks after being cleared of doping.
Farah, Mutai, Meb Headline NYC Half
Two-time New York City Marathon winner Geoffrey Mutai will go head to head with Mo Farah for the first time at the NYC Half.
Mo Farah set for New York half marathon before going the distance in London this summer
Mo Farah will run the New York half marathon on March 16 before making his debut over the full 26.2miles in London on April 13. The double world and Olympic champion, 30, is already the British record-holder for the half marathon, but will be hoping to better the time of 1hr 59secs he set in New Orleans last February.
Stall holder critical after stabbing
The Metropolitan Police said the man, who ran a phone stall in Queen's Market in Green Street, Upton Park, was attacked when he confronted a group.
Gebrselassie to set pace at London marathon
Haile Gebrselassie will be lead pacemaker for the elite men's race at the London Marathon, organizers announced on Monday.
'Tell Lachie I still resent him denying me gold'
IT was the opening track final of the 1970 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh, yet it was perhaps the defining moment of what became known as "The Friendly Games".