Hagos Gebrhiwet has shown so far this year he has the ability to unseat Mo Farah as world No.1
As the county championships continue to struggle in terms of stature and entry levels compared to decades ago, the question of whether the format’s days are numbered is raised once again
A charismatic, knowledgeable, much-loved driving force in the world of hammer throwing, the sport will sorely miss Alan Bertram, who died on Saturday aged 76
Head coach Peter Eriksson is the latest in a long list of key figures to quit the national governing body since London 2012
This time last year a number of athletics experts made their predictions for the year ahead, but how did they fare?…
Apart from Mo Farah, what’s happened to the British men’s challenge in London?
Long-time AW contributor Martin Duff lends the perspective of someone who won the world veterans’ marathon title with 2:26:45 aged 43
AW’s coaching editor David Lowes explains what’s required to reach the lofty heights of 2:15:31 – a world-class time he achieved during the golden period of the mid-1980s