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London’s most talented cross-country runners will be out in force when the 2018 London Youth Games gets underway this weekend.

Team Ability Bow were in top form and joined fellow runners at Victoria Park to take part in the Big Fun Run 2017.

Medals galore for the Beagles youngsters

Beagles Asha Philip and Rabah Yousif are there for track opening

Sports champions Adam Gemili and Geoff Thompson inspired new sport scholars at the University of East London.

For most people, just getting into the Virgin Money London Marathon is reason enough for celebration, but for one East London woman the good news was made even more special by the man who delivered it.

A rejuvenated Perri Shakes-Drayton has her sights firmly set on competing in all three of the big major athletics championships in 2018.

Nominations are being welcomed for the Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards, in association with Vitality.

Members and supporters of Ability Bow joined thousands of others at the Parallel London fun run at the Olympic Park, writes Emdad Rahman.

University of East London athlete Corinne Humphreys may have just missed out a place on the podium but she insists her World University Games experience is one she won’t be forgetting in a hurry.

Al Isharah presented the sixth annual Deaf Run 2017 at Mile End Park and was well attended with many members of the community both young and old taking part.

Mitchell-Blake: We smashed it to pieces

Sprint relay squads produce stunning results

Sir Mo Farah admitted his athletics career had been ‘incredible’ after signing off with 5,000 metre silver at the World Championships at London Stadium.

Sir Mo Farah ended his glorious track career with a silver medal in the 5,000 metres at the World Championships at London Stadium.

Perri Shakes-Drayton and Zoey Clark helped Great Britain’s women book a place in the 4x400m relay final at the World Championshisp at London Stadium.

Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake and Adam Gemili helped Great Britain’s men book a place in the final of the 4x100m relay at the World Championships at London Stadium.

Newham & Essex Beagles Asha Philip helped Great Britain’s women book a place in the final of the 4x100m relay at the World Championships at London Stadium.

Williams misses out on women’s final

Newham & Essex Beagles sprinter secures progress

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