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ALL over the world, Kenyans are dominating the major road races and marathons. They dominated Chicago, Eindhoven and even Yorkshire. If it isn’t Kenyans, it is usually Ethiopians. Unusually in one major event, though, the winners were a New Zealander and a Swede. That happened in Germany where Zane Robertson won the 10km in 27:28.



Staten Island, October 9

Men: HM: 14 JAMES KELLY 72:17; 16 BEN LEESE 72:30

Harwich, October 2

Women HM: 1 HOLLY REES 76:48

Boston, October 9

KENYANS Daniel Salel and Mary Wacera defended their titles in cold and wet conditions.

Salel clocked 63:13 ahead of Kenyan team-mate Abraham Kipyatich (63:22) with Eritrea’s Tsegay Tuemay third in 63:29. Wacera won the women’s race in 70:19 ahead of Burundi’s Diane Nukuri (70:52).

Men: HM: 1 D Salel (KEN) 63:13; 2 A Kipyatich (KEN) 63:22; 3 T Tuemay (ERI) 63:29.

Women: HM: 1 M Wacera (KEN) 70:19; 2 D Nukuri (BUR) 70:52; 3 V Kibet (KEN) 74:42

Florida State Invitational, Tallahassee, October 7



Women: XC: 5 ROSIE CHAMBERLAIN 18:08.9

Metropolitan Championships, Bronx, October 7

Women: XC: 19 MAE THOMPSON 19:56.1

Charlotte, October 7

Men: XC: 2 ADAM CRAIG 23:59.7

San Francisco, October 7

Men: XC: 10 KRIS EVERETT 26:04.5

Fort Hays State Tiger Open, Hays, October 8

Men: XC: r3: 35 JAKE LITTLEHALES 26:44.0; 54 THOMAS GIFFORD 27:16.9. r4: 10 OWEN HIND 24:35.5; 12 OLIVER AITCHISON 24:39.7; 28 JAMIE TAYLOR-CALDWELL 25:04.9; 31 PADDY ROBB 25:06.1; 73 RICHARD POWELL 25:59.1. Women: XC: r1: 12 ROISIN FLANAGAN (U20) 17:35.1; r2: 84 LAURA GIBSON 20:54.9

Greenville, October 8

Women: XC: 1 HANNAH SEGRAVE 18:33.49

NEICAAA Championships, Boston, October 8

Men: XC: 107 AIDAN GILBRIDE (U20) 26:37.2

Minneapolis, October 9

KENYA’S Dominic Ondoro broke the 31-year-old course record.

Men: Mar: 1 D Ondoro (KEN) 2:08:51; 2 E Barno (KEN) 2:10:21; 3 R Gesabwa (KEN) 2:15:24.

Women: Mar: 1 J Kibii (KEN) 2:30:01; 2 S Kiptoo (KEN) 2:32:18; 3 S Abrha (ETH) 2:34:58

USATF 10-mile Championships, Minneapolis, October 9

JORDAN HASAY won in 52:49 as Olympic triathlon champion Gwen Jorgensen finished third in 53:13 as she prepares for the New York City Marathon. Sam Chelanga won a competitive men’s race by just three seconds from Noah Droddy in 47:25.

Men: 10M: 1 S Chelanga 47:25; 2 N Droddy 47:28; 3 T Ritchie 47:33.

Women: 10M: 1 J Hasay 52:49; 2 A Tuliamuk 53:01; 3 G Jorgensen 53:13

US Women’s 10km Championships, Boston, October 10

Women: 10km: 1 E Sisson 31:47; 2 S Pagano 32:31; 3 M Ngige (KEN) 32:36; 28 ROSIE EDWARDS 35:50

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THE BIG FEATURE 14 CHARLIE GRICE The Rio Olympic finalist on the need to make the next big step up SPOTLIGHT 20 TIANNA BARTOLETTA The Olympic long jump champion looks back on a great 12 months 24 THE RUNNING BOXER British title contender Tommy Langford on why interval training is so important to him 26 MASTERS MARATHONER Dave Winch reflects on breaking records at over-70 level after an inauspicious senior career ACTION 38 NATIONAL ROAD RELAYS Cardiff and AFD win main titles at Sutton Park in Birmingham PERFORMANCE 30 Sports science news 32 Insight into Andrew Pozzi’s training 34 Products – trail shoes reviewed 36 Laying the groundwork for the winter NEWS 6 Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake on 2016 10 Runner completes 401 marathons 11 Great Scottish Run’s sponsor boost RESULTS & FIXTURES 48 Results round-up 56 Previews of the Great Birmingham Run and Amsterdam Marathon, plus TV guide 57 What’s On – fixtures guide REGULARS 27 View From The Stands 28 Young Athlete 61 Quiz – test your