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England to enter team for Nitro Athletics Melbourne Track & Field England to enter team for Nitro Athletics Melbourne

England to clash with Australia and a ‘Bolt All-Stars’ team in the new three-meet series

AW Readers’ Choice Awards 2016 Cross/Fell/Trail AW Readers’ Choice Awards 2016

Pick your best performers of the year in our annual readers’ vote

Kadeena Cox: “Sport was a massive coping mechanism for me” Track & Field Kadeena Cox: “Sport was a massive coping mechanism for me”

The Paralympic champion made history by winning gold medals in two different sports in Rio and now she’s got her sights set on success in a third, winter, event

British Athletics announces ‘Futures’ programme selections Track & Field British Athletics announces ‘Futures’ programme selections

More than 30 young athletes to receive support from the national governing body

Tributes paid to AFD athletes Lucy Pygott and Stacey Burrows Track & Field Tributes paid to AFD athletes Lucy Pygott and Stacey Burrows

Athletics Weekly is deeply saddened to learn of the deaths of two talented Aldershot, Farnham and District athletes

Mo Farah among finalists for IAAF World Athlete of the Year awards Track & Field Mo Farah among finalists for IAAF World Athlete of the Year awards

Double Olympic champion among six athletes on shortlist for IAAF honours

Two teenage AFD athletes killed by car while running in Aldershot Track & Field Two teenage AFD athletes killed by car while running in Aldershot

Tributes paid to two female teenage runners who have died after being hit by a car

Peres Jepchirchir eyes Airtel Delhi Half Marathon record – global update Cross/Fell/Trail Peres Jepchirchir eyes Airtel Delhi Half Marathon record – global update

A look at some of the latest athletics news from around the world

World Cross medallists set for Cross de Atapuerca – global update Cross/Fell/Trail World Cross medallists set for Cross de Atapuerca – global update

A global news round-up, including details of Cross de Atapuerca entries and AIMS awards

Jack Braughton, one of Britain’s oldest athletics Olympians, dies aged 95 Track & Field Jack Braughton, one of Britain’s oldest athletics Olympians, dies aged 95

In a 2011 feature David Thurlow looked back on the career of Jack Braughton, whose death at the age of 95 was announced recently

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