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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

Haile Gebrselassie elected Ethiopian Athletics Federation president – global update Road Haile Gebrselassie elected Ethiopian Athletics Federation president – global update

A round-up of some of the latest news and results from the world of athletics

European Athletics reveals further plans for ‘revolutionary’ ranking system Track & Field European Athletics reveals further plans for ‘revolutionary’ ranking system

A ranking system for European Championships qualification is approved in principal

Jessica Ennis-Hill and Mo Farah are BAWA athletes of the year Track & Field Jessica Ennis-Hill and Mo Farah are BAWA athletes of the year

Rio medallists win British Athletics Writers Association female and male athlete of the year honours for a record sixth time apiece

Usain Bolt launches Nitro Athletics in Australia Track & Field Usain Bolt launches Nitro Athletics in Australia

A new three-meet team-based series is to take place in Melbourne in February

European Athletics House officially inaugurated – global update Cross/Fell/Trail European Athletics House officially inaugurated – global update

A round-up of some of the latest news from the world of athletics

Katarina Johnson-Thompson coach split a ‘populist’ call, says Minichiello Track & Field Katarina Johnson-Thompson coach split a ‘populist’ call, says Minichiello

The Olympic heptathlon sixth-placer is still yet to announce a new coaching set-up after parting ways with Mike Holmes following Rio

Neil Black excited for future of British athletics Track & Field Neil Black excited for future of British athletics

With some of Britain’s biggest track and field stars ending or nearing the close of their careers, the British Athletics performance director highlights the next generation’s potential

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