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IAAF upholds suspension of Russia and announces 2020 event host cities Track & Field IAAF upholds suspension of Russia and announces 2020 event host cities

Updates from the 212th IAAF Council meeting in Monaco also include confirmation that the transfer of allegiance process remains frozen, with further work required

Analysis: London 2017 women’s pole vault JumpsTrack & Field Analysis: London 2017 women’s pole vault

In the final part of our review of IAAF findings, we report on the biomechanical analysis of the women’s world pole vault competition in London

IAAF to introduce world rankings as qualification route to major champs Track & Field IAAF to introduce world rankings as qualification route to major champs

World governing body says the official world rankings are the “first step in fundamental changes in athletics”

Analysis: Stride length was key for Mo Farah in world 10,000m final Long DistanceTrack & Field Analysis: Stride length was key for Mo Farah in world 10,000m final

Sports scientists from Leeds Beckett University studied every detail of the men’s world 10,000m final in London and Peta Bee reports on their initial findings

Analysis: Marginal gains and the men’s discus final at London 2017 ThrowsTrack & Field Analysis: Marginal gains and the men’s discus final at London 2017

In the second part of our review of IAAF findings, we report on the biomechanical analysis of the men’s discus final at the London World Championships

Analysis: How did the London 2017 men’s 100m final unfold? Track & Field Analysis: How did the London 2017 men’s 100m final unfold?

Leeds Beckett University sports scientists were tasked with monitoring the men’s 100m final at the London 2017 World Championships. Peta Bee reports on their early findings

Mo Farah and Sally Pearson among World Athlete of the Year nominees Track & Field Mo Farah and Sally Pearson among World Athlete of the Year nominees

Maria Lasitskene and Wayde van Niekerk also included in the two 10-strong IAAF shortlists

Brendan Foster awarded IAAF Golden Order of Merit RoadTrack & Field Brendan Foster awarded IAAF Golden Order of Merit

British distance running great recognised for his major contributions to the advancement of athletics

Women’s 50km race walk added to London 2017 programme Race WalksTrack & Field Women’s 50km race walk added to London 2017 programme

Decision comes after 2016 IAAF Race Walking Team Championships in Rome, where Erin Taylor-Talcott competed over 50km for USA

Leon Reid in desperate plea to race in London SprintsTrack & Field Leon Reid in desperate plea to race in London

Sprinter says he’d run under neutral flag at IAAF World Champs after planned switch to Ireland has stalled in the hands of governing bodies

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