Category: Sports news

British world champion in line for top award!

Liverpool born World Heptathlon Champion Katarina Johnson-Thompson has topped off what has been by far the best year of her career to date with a nomination for the IAAF World Athlete of the year award. The 26 year old, who broke the British record whilst securing Britain’s second gold medal of the recent World Championships  … Read more

Kenyan’s lead the way in marathon running!

In a weekend that has been monumental for road running in all areas Kenyan Eluid Kipchoge made history on Saturday as he broke the 2 hour barrier for running the 26.2 miles as his ‘experiment’ helped him clock a time of 1 hour 59 minutes and 40 seconds in what he called the Ineos 1:59  … Read more

Asher-Smith storms to World 200m title

British Athlete Dina Asher-Smith continues to make history as she added to her Silver medal in the Women’s 100m to storm to a Gold medal in 200m final at the World Championships in Doha. In doing so she became the first the first british female to win a major global individual sprint title as the  … Read more

Mo Farah’s former coach banned for 4 years!

Sir Mo Farah wins BBC Sports Personality 2017

The former coach of Multi World and Olympic Gold medallist Mo Farah, Alberto Salazar was yesterday banned from the sport for four years after being found guilty of multiple doping violations. Salazar is best known for running the Nike Oregon Project, which was home for Farah from 2011 untill 2017, before leaving in after stepping  … Read more

Asher-Smith makes history with World Silver medal.

Dina Asher Smith yet again made another little piece of history last night (sun) when she became the first British female to win an Individual World Championship sprint medal in 36 years, when she took Silver in last nights 100m final in Doha. The 23 year old had no answer for the pure power of  … Read more

Asher-Smith ready to make history.

Great Britain’s Dina Asher-Smith is looking to create her own little bit of history as she leads her countries medal hopes in the World Athletic Championships which begin in the Khailifa International stadium, Doha on Friday. As it stands no British female athlete as ever won a world sprint title, the closest being Kathy Cook  … Read more