place finish at the Berlin Marathon in 2:10:55.The former 5,000 and 10,000m track runner had met the Olympic A standard, secured his slot in London 2012 and burst onto the scene as a shining new British marathon talent.With less than six months until his
Haile Gebrselassie's sudden announcement of his retirement from racing has sent shockwaves through the running community. While we wait to see whether or not the running legend reverses his emotional decision, we relive the moments that made Gebrselassie the running legend he is ...
's triumph in the face of Nazism with four golds at Berlin's 1936 Olympics to Joan Benoit winning the inaugural women’s marathon in 1984. That’s before we even get to the Paralympics. Baroness Grey-Thompson summed up the impact of the Paralympics perfectly
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