A round-up of some of the latest athletics results
All eyes were on the Virgin Money London Marathon this weekend, but there was other notable action away from the British capital.
Race Walking Association Championships, Hillingdon, April 23
Tom Bosworth claimed his fifth 20km title at Hillingdon on Saturday.
The British record-holder clocked 90:29 ahead of Gregorio Angelini of Italy’s 93:35.
Hannah Hunter claimed the women’s title in 1:55:39.
Track and field
LSU Alumni Gold Invitational, Baton Rouge, USA, April 23
Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake won the 200m in a fast but wind-assisted 20.14.
UK Youth Development League, April 23
Team winners in the first round of the U15 and U13 leagues included:
Midland Premier North East: Rugby & Northampton, Midland Premier South West: Swansea, Northern Premier 1: Sale Harriers Manchester, Southern Premier 1: Reading, Southern Premier 2: Harrow.
Kobe, April 23
Kenyan James Mwangai covered the last 5km in 13:18 to set a world-leading 10,000m time of 27:23.04.
Dubai, April 23
Belaynesh Oljira set a world-leading 10,000m time of 31:04.59 after Genzebe Dibaba pulled out of the race with injury.
Chula Vista, April 21
Brett Morse finished third in the discus with 63.08m while Jade Lally was second in the women’s discus with a throw of 63.16m.
Wallsend Harriers Terry O’Gara Memorial 5km, Tyneside, April 24
Cameron Boyek won in 14:49 while Justina Heslop won the women’s race in 16:42.
Les Venmore’s report and David Hewitson’s photographs will appear in this week’s AW magazine.
Blackpool Marathon, April 24
Simon Saxby won the men’s race in 2:43:08 while isobel Rea, who finished sixth overall, won the women’s race in 2:55:39.
Mick Hall’s photographs will appear in this week’s issue.
Rotary Shakespeare Marathon, April 24
Adam Holland won the men’s race in 2:34:52 while Josie Hinton won the women’s race in 3:14:41.
Istanbul, April 24
Turkey’s Ali Kaya’s half-marathon debut resulted in a national record of 60:16.
Ballynahinch 10km, Northern Ireland, April 23
Stephen Duncan won the men’s race in 32:21 while Laura Bickerstaff won the women’s race in 39:40.