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April 24 2014 Latest news:
Mo Farah finished in eighth place in his debut London Marathon as Wilson Kipsang claimed victory on the streets of the capital.
When Mo Farah lines walks to the start line of the London Marathon this Sunday, the double Olympic champion will be looking to make his debut in such a distance a victorious run.
Olympic hero Mo Farah is eager to break the British record when he makes his first ever competitive appearance in the London Marathon on Sunday.
As we prepare to cheer on Mo Farah in this weekend’s London Marathon, we remind ourselves what’s made Britain’s greatest athlete a true national treasure...
James Dasaolu has been advised to abandon his hopes of a first global medal at next month’s World Indoor Championships after suffering an injury scare on Saturday.
Woodford Green 400m runner Dan Awde went into National Indoor Championships at Sheffield with no expectations whatsoever – but came out with a bronze medal to show for his hard work.
James Dasaolu issued another statement of intent ahead of the World Indoor Championships by recovering from an awful start to beat Dwain Chambers to the UK 60 metres title in Sheffield.
Teenage gymnast Tyesha Mattis was crowned Canary Wharf Sports Peronsality of the Year at a glittering ceremony.
Paula Radcliffe would love to compete in one last London Marathon before calling time on her career.
Darren Bruce took on the ‘ultimate test of strength and endurance’ when he competed in the World’s Toughest Mudder last month – and he’s ruled out putting his body through the torment again.
Golden moments may have become almost second nature to Mo Farah during his illustrious track career but he has urged patience in his quest to join the world marathon racing elite.
Newham & Essex Beagles duo Mo Farah and Christine Ohuruogu have been named as Britain’s athletes of the year.
Stratford athlete Christine Ohuruogu has been nominated for a prestigious end-of-year award.
Sprinter James Dasaolu will bid for a medal at next year’s World Indoor Championships adamant that his fitness record can no longer be questioned.
Mo Farah has revealed that he does not intend to run at next year’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Mo Farah has played down suggestions he could break the two-hour barrier for a marathon.
UK Athletics performance director Neil Black has admitted the governing body is still in the dark over the future of Phillips Idowu.
Double Olympic and World champion Mo Farah hit back at Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere’s comment that only English people should play football for England.
Mudchute Farm celebrated Easter with a host of seasonal events.
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