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Botswana’s Nijel Amos to shine in men’s 800m at London 2017

Sponsored by Ethiopian Airlines, London 2017 David Rudisha produced one of the most incredible displays of middle-distance running to claim the Olympic title five years ago in a world record of 1:40.91. The Kenyan was aiming to return to the scene...

Caster Semenya is the athlete to beat in the women’s 800m at London 2017

Sponsored by Ethiopian  Airlines, London 2017 on Liquid Sports Ghana. The last time Caster Semenya was beaten over 800m was almost two years ago, as she was eliminated at the semifinal stage of the IAAF World Championships in Beijing. In...

Genzebe Dibaba, Faith Kipyegon and Sifan Hassan to battle for women’s 1500m crown at...

With six women having run faster than four minutes in 2017, the 1500m could prove to be one of the most competitive events of the championships. Although far from clear cut, perhaps the three favourites come in the form of...

London 2017: South Africa’s Luvo Manyonga aims for gold at the Worlds after missing...

Sponsored by Ethiopian Airlines, London 2017 Having taken the silver medal at last year’s Olympic Games, missing out on gold by just one centimetre, South Africa’s Luvo Manyonga should be heading to this year’s World Championships with high hopes of...

London 2017: Shaunae Miller aims for the double

Sponsored by Ethiopian Airlines, London 2017. Shaunae Miller-Uibo was still a teenager when she first challenged for a medal at the IAAF World Championships, finishing fourth in the 200m final in Moscow in 2013. Now 23, the Bahamian is the Olympic...

London 2017: Murielle & Ta Lou lead Africa’s quest for medals in women’s 100m

The Ivorian pair of Murielle Ahoure and Marie-Josee Ta Lou and Nigeria’s Blessing Okagbare will lead Africa’s charge for medals in the women’s 100m at the IAAF World Championships-London 2017. Murielle Ahoure, who is currently ranked third in the world...

London 2017: Botswana’s Isaac Makwala chases history in men’s 200m

Sponsored by Ethiopian Airlines, London 2017 One way or another, history will be made in the men’s 200m as the winning sequence established by Usain Bolt in 2009 – when he set his current world record of 19.19 in Berlin...

London 2017: When Wayde Van Niekerk spoke about his christian faith and career

Sponsored by Ethiopian Airlines, IAAF World Championships- London 2017 We throwing it back to this exclusive interview with South Africa's Wayde van Niekerk ahead of the Beijing 2015 IAAF World Championships where he spoke about his expectations for the IAAF...

London 2017: When Usain Bolt called out a journalist over ‘Gatlin made a mistake’...

Sponsored by Ethiopian Airlines, London 2017 Ahead of the London 2017 men's 100m, we throw it back to the Beijing 2015 where 100m winner Usain Bolt had a dig at a journalist who claimed Bolt took advantage of American...

Ghana’s John Ampomah undergoes successful surgery

Ghana national javelin record holder John Ampomah has undergone a successful surgery in Finland. Ampomah posted a photo on his Facebook account announcing the news while throwing his weight behind his colleagues, who will be competing at the IAAF World...

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Caster Semenya is the athlete to beat in the women’s 800m...

Sponsored by Ethiopian  Airlines, London 2017 on Liquid Sports Ghana. The last time Caster Semenya was beaten over 800m was almost two years ago, as...

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