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The Double Road Race was created by running visionary and Runner's World magazine founder Bob Anderson. (PRWEB) May 15, 2013 An innovative running
By Kevin Fylan BERLIN (Reuters) - Asafa Powell, Jeremy Wariner and Sanya Richards completed perfect Golden League seasons on Sunday to scoop $250,000 shares in the double jackpot.
By Darren Ennis BRUSSELS (Reuters) - An angry Asafa Powell blamed officials for a dreadful start as he remained on course for a share of the Golden League jackpot with victory in the 100 metres at the Memorial Van Damme on Friday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ethiopia's Meseret Defar made light of wet conditions at New York's grand prix meeting to break the women's 5,000 metres world record on Saturday.
FUKUOKA (Reuters) - Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele completed a historic double by storming to the men's 12-kilometre title at the world cross country championships on Sunday -- then announced he would not be back.
Deletes third paragraph. Corrected story follows. FUKUOKA (Reuters) - Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele powered to his fifth straight men's four kilometers title at the world cross country championships on Saturday.
FUKUOKA (Reuters) - Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele powered to his fifth straight men's four kilometers title at the world cross country championships on Saturday.
By Isa Omok EMBU, Kenya (Reuters) - Inspired by national success at the Commonwealth Games, Kenya's cross-country runners dream of medals at the world championships in Japan this weekend despite a lack of experience.
By Alison Wildey MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia scooped five gold medals on the final day of the world indoor championships on Sunday but Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele stole the show, becoming the first person to win global titles on three surfaces.
By Alison Wildey MOSCOW (Reuters) - Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele became the first athlete to win world titles on three surfaces when he took the men's 3,000 meters crown at the world indoor championships on Sunday.
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