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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

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

Stef Reid: “As long as I am still loving it, why stop?” JumpsTrack & Field Stef Reid: “As long as I am still loving it, why stop?”

The world T44 long jump champion has faced many questions about retirement since her success in London but she’s not ready to stop just yet

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

It’s a different world for Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake RelaysSprintsTrack & Field It’s a different world for Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake

Life has changed for the sprinter since the World Championships in London, but he can’t wait to see what happens next

Maria Lasitskene plays down IAAF award chances after golden summer JumpsTrack & Field Maria Lasitskene plays down IAAF award chances after golden summer

The world high jump champion doesn’t see herself securing a top three spot in the IAAF world athlete of the year awards but is pleased with her 2017 success

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

Enjoyment is key for Alyson Dixon Road Enjoyment is key for Alyson Dixon

The Olympic and world marathoner continues to improve and won’t stop while she’s relishing her running

Athletics Integrity Unit releases London 2017 programme summary Track & Field Athletics Integrity Unit releases London 2017 programme summary

Of 1513 samples collected for AIU IAAF World Championships anti-doping programme, three are “now being investigated”

Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake eyes more individual success after global relay gold SprintsTrack & Field Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake eyes more individual success after global relay gold

The world 200m fourth-placer is keen to maintain momentum after his recent performances in London

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