Sep 5, 2013
Jehue renews rivalry with Tinsley
T&T's Jehue Gordon, the reigning World 400m men's hurdles IAAF World champion will look to end his season with another gold medal performance when he lines up in a star-studded field in the IAAF Diamond League Grand Prix in Brussels, Belgium at the Belgacom Van Damme Memorial, today.
Peerless Kemboi wins 3rd world gold
The 31-year-old two-time Olympic champion timed 8min 06.01sec to take gold while compatriot Conseslus Kipruto took silver in 8:06.37 and France's two-time Olympic silver medallist Mahiedine Mekhissi was third in 8:07.86.
Trinidad and Tobago track star Jehue Gordon lunged for the line at the Luzhniki Stadium, here in Moscow, Russia, yesterday, his herculean effort earning the country only its second gold medal in the 30-year history of the IAAF World Championships.
Former CU Buffs star Jenny Simpson second in 1,500
Former University of Colorado star Jenny Simpson was second in the women's 1,500 at the world championships on Thursday.
Sanchez eyes history-making gold in 400m hurdles
Two-time Olympic champion Felix Sanchez will headline day six of the World Athletics Championships on Thursday, eyeing a history-making third title in the 400 metres hurdles.