Archive of September 2015

By now, the prestigious Marathon of Berlin is fertile soil for those aiming to the lists of world record holders, and the 2015 edition was not less than it, above all in the male category, where the peak name was  [ Read More ]

IAAF created a social responsibility programme named, “Athletics for a Better World” with the aim of using athletics as a mean of social change. Associations which take part of it will be able to utilize marketing actions and IAAF’s world  [ Read More ]

Alex Schwazer’s exclusive test on 10km track just ended. Yesterday, in fact, after having received the ok from Coni to enter the non-homologated track in Tagliacozzo (AQ), Beijing 2008 Olympic champion had a try on 10 km racewalk in programme as preparation test.  [ Read More ]

105 years and still so much will to test oneself. An old Japanese does not fear the 100m straight line and he pushed hard to rewrite the page of the World Records dedicated to the master athletes. Hidekichi Miyazaki ends  [ Read More ]

In the last few hours, it has been revealed how Russia will maybe manage to go past the sneak off from the latest doping scandal that hit the Racewalk team. In July, some controls carried out on the Saransk’s training field,  [ Read More ]

Has the heir of legendary Paavo Nurmi arrived? The question is licit since yesterday a Finnish 17 years old young athlete ran an extraordinary performance…during the marathon.  During the Kullervo Marathon of Joutsenon, a little village in the South of Finland, Alisa Vainio beat  [ Read More ]

Last Friday evening on the A50, close to Arnhem, Hollande, a smash between a car and a truck occurred; the Dutch runners Churandy Martina, Hensley Paulina e Terrence Agard were inside the car. The details of the accident are not quite clear but,  [ Read More ]

How many times did we find ”negative” debates between school and sport? A new one popped up this time but, luckly, it is not at all negative! Usain bolt donated one and half million dollars to his ex school in  [ Read More ]

After the revelant accuses of doping against Alberto Salazar, Mo Farah’s trainer leading the Oregon Project, UK Athletics had asked to representative of United Kingdom to keep away from Salazar. Now, after that the Britain Federation ended his investigation on the rumored trainer,  [ Read More ]

In Bielorussia three high-level international athletes failed the dope test. We are talking about the hammer-thrower Pavel Kryvitski, the pole vaulter Dzianis Borisov and the marathoner Audrey Kozhan. All of them were comdemned to 4 years of unelegibility; Pavel Kryvitski tested positive for the growth hormone, Dzianis  [ Read More ]

News Archive

PHOTOS: 61st Campacc...

2018 for us started with a bit of cold and some mud.  [ Read More ]

PHOTOS: Bruxelles Di...

The second, and last, Diamond League 2017 leg for us this year  [ Read More ]

PHOTOS: World Mounta...

Last Sunday, North Italy hosted the World Mountain Running Championships of Premana  [ Read More ]

PHOTOS: European Ath...

We are shooting at the European U20 Championships 2017 in Grosseto, Italy.  [ Read More ]

PHOTOS: Rome Diamond...

Yesterday in Italy has been held the Rome Diamond League 2017, named  [ Read More ]

VIDEO: Genzebe Dibab...

Incredibile Diamond League in  Monaco. To light up the evening this time is  [ Read More ]

PHOTOS: Bruxelles Di...

The second, and last, Diamond League 2017 leg for us this year  [ Read More ]

PHOTO: European Athl...

Last sunday in Italy have been held the European Athletics Cross Country  [ Read More ]

Sweden wins the Finn...

Day two of the Finnkampen / Ruotsiottelu in Tampere was welcomed by  [ Read More ]

PHOTOS: Combined Eve...

Yesterday in Caorle, Italy, the Combined Events International Match between France, Switzerland  [ Read More ]

PHOTOS: London Diamo...

Bolt’s return, Kendra Harrison’s World Record, Mo Farah’s World Lead. This has  [ Read More ]


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