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Charlie Hulson – A runner on the rise Cross/Fell/TrailLong DistanceMiddle DistanceTrack & Field Charlie Hulson – A runner on the rise

National champion and top GB man at the World Cross, Charlie Hulson spoke with AW following his breakthrough winter

Geoffrey Kipsang Kamworor wins World Cross gold Cross/Fell/Trail Geoffrey Kipsang Kamworor wins World Cross gold

A dominant victory for the Kenyan in China, as Ethiopia’s Yasin Haji claims the junior men’s title in a sprint finish

Jac Hopkins ready for Guiyang test Cross/Fell/TrailYouth Jac Hopkins ready for Guiyang test

Despite dropping out of the Inter-Counties with injury, Jac Hopkins wants a top 50 spot at Saturday’s World Cross Country Championships

Jonny Hay to captain GB World Cross team in Guiyang Cross/Fell/Trail Jonny Hay to captain GB World Cross team in Guiyang

Euro Cross under-23 fourth-placer wants to emulate junior performances as he competes as a senior athlete at the World Cross for the first time

Sonia O’Sullivan suggests World Cross continental team competition idea Cross/Fell/Trail Sonia O’Sullivan suggests World Cross continental team competition idea

Double World Cross Country Championships gold medallist voices thoughts on a way to make the event of extra importance to athletes

World Cross preview: Get ready for Guiyang Cross/Fell/Trail World Cross preview: Get ready for Guiyang

A look ahead to Saturday’s IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Guiyang, China

Gemma Steel and Andrew Butchart on GB World Cross team Cross/Fell/Trail Gemma Steel and Andrew Butchart on GB World Cross team

Euro Cross champion and Scottish National winner named in senior GB teams for the World Cross Country Championships in China

Chance of incomplete senior GB teams at world cross down to cash Cross/Fell/Trail Chance of incomplete senior GB teams at world cross down to cash

UKA’s head of endurance says budget issues are behind decision to only send seniors with top 30 potential to Guiyang in March

World cross set to be no man’s land for Brits Cross/Fell/Trail World cross set to be no man’s land for Brits

UKA’s policy to only take senior athletes with top 30 potential to the 2015 World Cross Country Championships is short-sighted and defeatist

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