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Bruce Tulloh, barefoot champion of the 1960s, dies Track & Field Bruce Tulloh, barefoot champion of the 1960s, dies

European 5000m gold medallist, coach and author was an athletics pioneer in many ways

Seb Coe pleased with Jake Wightman’s double choice Track & Field Seb Coe pleased with Jake Wightman’s double choice

IAAF president and two-time Olympic champion gives approval to Scotsman racing both 800m and 1500m at Gold Coast Commonwealth Games

New IAAF rules on female classification Track & Field New IAAF rules on female classification

Global governing body hope fresh guidelines will help level the playing field

Bridge innovation at Highgate event Track & Field Bridge innovation at Highgate event

Night of the 10,000m PBs to create overhead pathway for spectators to access in-field at May 19 meeting

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

Scottish Athletics seeks answers after Callum Hawkins collapse Road Scottish Athletics seeks answers after Callum Hawkins collapse

Chief executive Mark Munro is determined that lessons be learned following marathoner’s fall at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games

London Marathon runners pledge to ‘finish’ race for Matt Campbell Road London Marathon runners pledge to ‘finish’ race for Matt Campbell

More than £100,000 has been raised following the death of the MasterChef semi-finalist, who collapsed 3.7 miles from the London Marathon finish line

Callum Hawkins reflects on Gold Coast disaster Road Callum Hawkins reflects on Gold Coast disaster

Scottish distance runner returns from Australia to talk about his fall in the Commonwealth Games marathon

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

Mo Farah aiming to avoid the marathon ‘storm’ Road Mo Farah aiming to avoid the marathon ‘storm’

After hitting the wall in 2014, and being chased by dogs in Ethiopia, Britain’s track hero says he is equipped to shine over 26.2 miles this time round

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