IAAF World Championships

New Champions Emerge on Day 5 of 2015 IAAF World Championships In Beijing

 August 27, 2015   R K Gupta

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Wednesday will be remembered for some new champions and disappointment to some established names. In men’s javelin, Julius Yego came up with a massive hurl of 92.72 that left everyone behind and completed devastated Czech Republic’s defending champion Vitezslav Vesely. In men’s 400m, LaShawn Merritt had to remain content with the second place finish as […]

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Fraser-Pryce Kemboi Cheruiyot Barber & Ibarguen Were 3rd Day’s Show Stealers at Beijing

 August 26, 2015   R K Gupta

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If men’s 100m final on Sunday brought the racing heartbeats, women’s 100m on Monday was no less thrilling. The pocket-sized Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce ran a dominant race and quite expectedly won the sprint. Just as she crossed the finish-line, Fraser-Pryce raised her finger to announce to the world that you can’t beat Jamaican athletes in the […]

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World Athletic Championship

Miguel Lopez wins 20km Walk Jessica Ennis-Hill Wins Heptathlon and Kovacs Triumphant in Shot Put on Second Day at Beijing’s World Athletic Championship

 August 25, 2015   R K Gupta

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Before Jamaica’s Usain Bolt brought the Birds Nest stadium alive with his super-show, four other events had been concluded and gold medalists decided in Beijing’s world athletic championships. Spain’s European champion Miguel Angel Lopez won the gold medal in 20-km walk; GBR’s Jessica Ennis-Hill expectedly won the heptathlon gold; Poland’s Pawel Fajdek took top spot […]

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