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Libby Clegg should aim for double gold in Rio, says guide Chris Clarke SprintsTrack & Field Libby Clegg should aim for double gold in Rio, says guide Chris Clarke

With a new guide runner and a classification change in the run-up to Rio, Libby Clegg has been in fine form ahead of her third Paralympic Games

Justin Gatlin: “I’m hungry for next year” SprintsTrack & Field Justin Gatlin: “I’m hungry for next year”

The American sprinter is looking to go quicker than ever in 2017

Usain Bolt wins record third Olympic 100m gold in Rio SprintsTrack & Field Usain Bolt wins record third Olympic 100m gold in Rio

The Jamaican sprint star successfully starts his historic triple title defenc

James Ellington, reborn RelaysSprintsTrack & Field James Ellington, reborn

In the best form of his life ahead of the Rio Olympics, James Ellington told Ben Coldwell things are finally coming together

Olympic history: Women’s 100m and 200m SprintsTrack & Field Olympic history: Women’s 100m and 200m

A look back at the women’s 100m and 200m as Steve Smythe reflects on the history of events at the Olympics

The curse of lane two SprintsTrack & Field The curse of lane two

Lee Rowley has looked back at the recent history of the Olympic 100m final and has noted something amiss

Kim Collins smashes masters WR with 9.93 100m – global update MastersSprintsTrack & Field Kim Collins smashes masters WR with 9.93 100m – global update

Running a PB in Germany, the 2003 world champion achieved his aim of running sub-10 seconds as a 40-year-old

Jarryd Wallace, running fast and with faith RelaysSprintsTrack & Field Jarryd Wallace, running fast and with faith

The Great CityGames winner talks about his journey to London 2012, as he works towards making his second Paralympic Games in Rio

Olympic history: Men’s 100m SprintsTrack & Field Olympic history: Men’s 100m

In a special series in the run-up to Rio 2016, Steve Smythe looks at the history of events at the Olympics, beginning with the men’s 100m

Wayde van Niekerk makes history with sub-10 100m in Bloemfontein SprintsTrack & Field Wayde van Niekerk makes history with sub-10 100m in Bloemfontein

The world 400m champion has become the first athlete to clock sub-10 seconds for 100m, sub-20 for 200m and sub-44 for 400m

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