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UCD’s Darragh McElhinney: he is already an underage medal winner on the European stage. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

We gathered at Santry Demesne from the early morn, and over the course of the long day watched one medal chance slip away after the other until all ho(...)

 Sisay Lemma from Ethiopia celebrates his victory in the London Marathon. He won in a time of 2:4:1. Photograph:  Bob Martin/Virgin Money London Marathon/PA

Ethiopia’s Sisay Lemma won the men’s London Marathon in a time of two hours, four minutes and one second after breaking away from the leading pack lat(...)

Britain’s Mo Farah reacts as he crosses the finish line, failing to achieve an Olympic  qualifying time in the men’s 10,000m final during day one of the  British Athletics Championships at Manchester Regional Arena. Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA Wire

Mo Farah will not defend his 10,000m Olympic title after failing to qualify for the Tokyo Games. The four-time Olympic champion missed the qualifyin(...)

 Joshua Cheptegei   celebrates winning gold in the Men’s 10,000 metres at the  World Athletics Championships  at Khalifa International Stadium in 2019 in Doha, Qatar. Photograph: Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

Sebastian Coe, the president of World Athletics, has dismissed concerns that Nike’s controversial new track spikes, which have produced a spate of rec(...)

  Mick Clohisey taking part in last year’s Dublin Marathon in which he placed second. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

The flight from Dublin to London on Thursday morning is virtually empty. On arrival, Mick Clohisey is collected at Heathrow Airport and taken in a bio(...)

Mo Farah will run this year’s London Marathon as a pacemaker, as he tries to help British athletes hoping to run the 2hr 11min 30sec Olympic qualifying time. File photograph: Getty Images

The London Marathon is to cut its prize fund for next month’s race by nearly half because of the financial hit from the Covid-19 pandemic. Last year (...)

Mo Farah crossing the finish line after taking part in the Antrim Coast Half Marathon. Photograph: PA

Billed as the fastest half marathon route and field on the island of Ireland, the 13.1 miles down along the Antrim coast duly delivered a series of re(...)

Britain’s Mo Farah celebrates after victory and a world record in the men’s one-hour event at The Diamond League AG Memorial Van Damme athletics meeting at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels.  Photograph: Martin Bureau/AFP via Getty Images

Billed as the fastest half marathon field ever assembled in Northern Ireland, the only worry for the race organisers is whether or not it will be fast(...)

 James McIlroy runs for  Ireland in the heats of the men’s 800m during the 1998 European Championships in the Nepstadion, Budapest, Hungary. Photograph: Michael Cooper/Allsport

We were trying to work out the last time we spoke and reckoned it was somewhere after the 1998 European Championships in Budapest. Back then James McI(...)

The new head of UK Athletics has said there are there are plans to hand over a 2015 internal report into Alberto Salazar’s relationship with Mo Farah. Photograph: Adrian Dennis/Getty/AFP

The new head of UK Athletics has said any employee who does not share her vision for “ethical success” will lose their job, and there are “definite pl(...)

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