IAAF World Championships

The Incredible Athletics Festival Ends as Beijing Passes IAAF Flag to London for 2017 World Championships

 September 4, 2015   R K Gupta

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Great Britain’s Martyn Rooney ran the last lap of 4×400 men’s relay to end 9 days filled with glorious Track-and-Field events. Beijing’s Birds Nest stadium was fully packed as the people in People’s Republic of China bade farewell to the athletes on August 30, 2015. As for Rooney, he finished third in a closely contested […]

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Usain Bolt

Bolt Supremacy is Proven Beyond Doubt As He Dominates the 200m Field on Thursday

 August 29, 2015   R K Gupta

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After winning 100m on Sunday from Justin Gatlin with a gap of 0.01 second, Jamaica’s Usain Bolt made a signature statement on Thursday, when he coasted to a dominant 200m victory over his American rival by 0.19 second. That made it amply clear that 200m is the great Bolt’s favorite event. He couldn’t break his […]

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Usain Bolt is a livewire athlete

Bolt of Electricity in Track and Field

 September 17, 2013   R K Gupta

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True to his name, Usain Bolt is a livewire athlete. The 27 year old Jamaican has been leading the pack in 100 and 200 meter events for the past 6 years. On an action-packed 15th day of the London Olympics on August 11, 2012, the sensational Usain Bolt collected his third Gold Medal. Running fourth […]

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Mo Farah: A tactical genius but not quite an all-time great

 August 18, 2013   John Welsh

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The IAFF World Athletics Championship may now be over and during a week in which no new world records were witnessed on the track, both Usain Bolt and Mo Farah repeated their double individual gold medal performances from the London Olympics. Usain Bolt is the World’s fastest ever sprinter while Farah is also being described […]

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