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British Athletics publishes 2018 IAAF World Indoor Champs selection policy Indoor British Athletics publishes 2018 IAAF World Indoor Champs selection policy

Athletes must compete at the British trials in the event in which they wish to be considered for selection

100 free tickets to mark 100 days to IAAF World Indoor Championships Indoor 100 free tickets to mark 100 days to IAAF World Indoor Championships

Local school children have the opportunity to attend the Birmingham event for free next March

Mo Farah and Callum Hawkins to go head-to-head at The Big Half Road Mo Farah and Callum Hawkins to go head-to-head at The Big Half

Britain’s top two half-marathon runners are to race in London in March

Colin McCourt smashes 16 minutes to win running bet in style Road Colin McCourt smashes 16 minutes to win running bet in style

The former GB international clocks 15:38 for 5km and so avoids punishment of 17 tattoos

London Marathon Events job vacancies Road London Marathon Events job vacancies

London Marathon Events is looking for an Operations Planner – Sport Administration and a Social Media Assistant to join the team

Endurance athletes to take on 135-mile Towpath Challenge Road Endurance athletes to take on 135-mile Towpath Challenge

A team of athletes will run 135 miles in five days, from London to The National Running Show in Birmingham

Mo Farah and Laura Muir earn BAWA awards Track & Field Mo Farah and Laura Muir earn BAWA awards

Athletes honoured by British Athletics Writers’ Association in London on Friday

Abbott World Marathon Majors announces new age-group world rankings and championships Road Abbott World Marathon Majors announces new age-group world rankings and championships

A global age-group ranking system for marathon runners will launch in September 2018, while the AbbottWMM Wanda Age Group World Championships will be held in 2020

Chaunte Lowe to receive Beijing 2008 high jump bronze Track & Field Chaunte Lowe to receive Beijing 2008 high jump bronze

The American originally finished sixth at the 2008 Olympic Games

Perri Shakes-Drayton, the comeback queen Track & Field Perri Shakes-Drayton, the comeback queen

Injury ended Perri Shakes-Drayton’s hurdles dream but she is reinventing herself as a 400m flat contender and tells AW about her journey

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