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Mo Farah motivated by major marathon goal Road Mo Farah motivated by major marathon goal

The British record-holder returns to race over 10km at the Simplyhealth Great Manchester Run as he plots the route to his next 26.2-miler

Laura Muir “honoured” with Glasgow 2019 ambassador role Indoor Laura Muir “honoured” with Glasgow 2019 ambassador role

The Scottish star hopes to retain at least one of her titles at the European Indoor Championships on home soil next March

Andrew Pozzi is capable of “big things”, says Aries Merritt Track & Field Andrew Pozzi is capable of “big things”, says Aries Merritt

World 110m hurdles record-holder and 2012 Olympic gold medallist believes the world and European indoor champion can excel outdoors in the future

Allyson Felix ready to mix it up in Manchester Track & Field Allyson Felix ready to mix it up in Manchester

Decorated sprinter who relishes a varied running diet can’t wait to race over 150m at the Arcadis Great CityGames

Jacob Paul on hurdles training Track & Field Jacob Paul on hurdles training

The British 400m hurdler chats with John Shepherd about his training, onion rings and more

Making major finals is no longer enough, says Adam Gemili Track & Field Making major finals is no longer enough, says Adam Gemili

Sprinter believes British athletes should have sights set on medals

Ben Williams determined to bounce back after further setback Track & Field Ben Williams determined to bounce back after further setback

The triple jumper tells Ross Lascelles about the injury which forced him to miss the Commonwealth Games

Athletics can secure the sporting spotlight, says UKA chair Richard Bowker Track & Field Athletics can secure the sporting spotlight, says UKA chair Richard Bowker

New Athletics World Cup adds to a busy weekend of sport this summer

Mary Keitany maintains world record-breaking mindset Road Mary Keitany maintains world record-breaking mindset

Kenyan’s attempt to beat Paula Radcliffe’s 2:15:25 marathon mark in London provides lessons from which she will learn ahead of her next record bid

Paula Radcliffe believes world record is under threat Road Paula Radcliffe believes world record is under threat

Mary Keitany and Tirunesh Dibaba are set to battle for London Marathon victory and an historic mark on Sunday

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