Today is a great day for Wales and an even better day for its hurdling hero Dai Greene. This afternoon Dai stormed home to victory in the 400m hurdles in the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, with an impressive time of 48:26. In the process he
the British 10,000m record for the second time, the world watched in awe on June 4, as he crushed his opponents at the Diamond League meeting in Eugene, Oregon, shaving a whopping 40 seconds off his PB and setting a new European 10,000m record (26:46:57).Mo
in the world. The Commonwealth Games are really late in the season and it has been pretty hard to stay focused and strong. However, I'm in pretty good shape and I ran a season's best last month in Split at the IAAF Continental Cup [10.16], so I'm looking
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the South of England Championships in January 2011 and finished third at the Aviva Indoor UK Championships in March]. There's a short indoor season, followed by the big championships. It's the IAAF World Championships in Daegu in Korea in August. I
One of the most memorable moments of this summer's IAAF World Championships took place in the final straight of the women's 1,500m, when 24-year-old Hannah England rocketed through from seventh to grab a surprise silver medal. This impeccably
run the marathon in London 2012?I definitely think I can get in sub-2:20 shape and then you just have to see how things go on the day. I don't think it's impossible that I could get back to 2:15 or 2:16 shape but it's more possible to get back to 2:17
Championships. It was one of my proudest moments and after that I went on to win at the Commonwealth Games and the IAAF World Cup. The first individual medal is always going to be special.You've run the London Marathon three times. Have you got any more
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