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TDK And Toyota Continue Their Involvement In The World Record Programme

With the IAAF World Championships set to burst out of the blocks for the 16th time next Saturday 4 August for ten days of scintillating action, the athletes are fine tuning their final preparations for the premier athletics event of the year.

Largest Ever Biomechanics Research Project

Leeds Beckett University, in cooperation with the IAAF, will carry out the biggest biomechanics research project ever conducted in athletics during next month’s IAAF World Championships London 2017.

World Master Games 2017 exceeds targets

World Masters Games 2017 in New Zealand has announced an event surplus, subject to final audit, of approximately $800,000.

Eliza McCartney back on track for World Championships

New Zealand pole vault Rio medallist Eliza McCartney has come off her win at the weekend with a level of satisfaction and renewed confidence that her recovery plan from an achilles tendon issue has been effective.

NZ Team for World Championships finalised

The New Zealand team for the IAAF Athletics World Championships is complete and has risen to 12 athletes with the naming of hammer thrower Julia Ratcliffe and discus thrower Marshall Hall today.

Jono Jackson and Laura Nagel aim to defend National Cross Country Titles

Jono Jackson’s consistency this season and his ability to handle muddy conditions could well pay off as he sets out to defend his New Zealand cross country title raced for the second consecutive year on the Auckland Domain on Sunday.

IAAF World Coaches Conference

The 3rd IAAF World Coaches Conference will be held in London from 7-10 August. Unlike previous editions of this conference – and the youth and junior conferences

Australian Winter Olympic Team Website Launched As Countdown Hits 200 Days To Go

There are just 200 days to go until Australia’s finest winter athletes hit the ice and snow for the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

Silver and bronze on final day puts NZ third on Commonwealth Youth Games medal table

New Zealand added a silver and a bronze medal to its tally on the final day of competition at the Bahamas Commonwealth Youth Games.

WUU-2K 60km Ultra - winner Sam McCutcheon

Kepler Challenger winner Sam McCutcheon hit the best trails around the capital to win the 60km WUU-2K. 'Wuu-2k' stands for The Wellington Urban Ultra