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Mo Farah joined by GB Euro Cross medallists for Great Edinburgh XCountry Cross/Fell/Trail Mo Farah joined by GB Euro Cross medallists for Great Edinburgh XCountry

European gold medallists Sifan Hassan and Ali Kaya lead the continental team at the Great Edinburgh International Cross Country in January

Silver lining for Cindy Roleder Track & Field Silver lining for Cindy Roleder

Despite just missing out on world 100m hurdles gold, Germany’s latest star was delighted with her run in Beijing, says Michael Butcher

Kelly Holmes: “I feel like there is still more to achieve in life” Track & Field Kelly Holmes: “I feel like there is still more to achieve in life”

Being a double Olympic champion is clearly not enough for Dame Kelly Holmes, who has never stopped trying to achieve, even in retirement

Carlisle’s Sheepmount Stadium hit hard by Storm Desmond Track & Field Carlisle’s Sheepmount Stadium hit hard by Storm Desmond

Athletics community left “devastated” by the damage, with no other available tracks in Cumbria

USATF requests Rio 2016 schedule change to allow Allyson Felix to double Track & Field USATF requests Rio 2016 schedule change to allow Allyson Felix to double

Governing body asks IAAF to consider changing the Olympic timetable to allow athletes to contest both the women’s 200m and 400m events in Rio

Andrew Pozzi is building foundations for Rio 2016 success Track & Field Andrew Pozzi is building foundations for Rio 2016 success

The injury-stricken Olympic hurdler raced outdoors in August for the first time since London 2012

Usain Bolt to run at London Anniversary Games Track & Field Usain Bolt to run at London Anniversary Games

The Jamaican sprint star is set to compete at the London Diamond League meeting ahead of the Rio Olympics

British Athletics updates Rio 2016 qualification standards Track & Field British Athletics updates Rio 2016 qualification standards

National governing body amends standards to reflect IAAF changes but marathon, women’s 20km race walk and men’s 50km race walk marks remain higher than those set by the world governing body

Tributes paid to respected coach Ayo Falola Track & Field Tributes paid to respected coach Ayo Falola

The renowned coach and former sprinter Ayo Falola has died following his battle with cancer

Home favourite Florian Carvalho heads to Hyères Cross/Fell/Trail Home favourite Florian Carvalho heads to Hyères

Michael Butcher profiles a young Frenchman hoping to complete a set of European Cross titles in Hyères

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