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IT IS A measure of the quality of last weekend’s Müller Anniversary Games that some were describing it as perhaps the greatest grand prix athletics meeting ever held in London.

Such a status is hard to measure, but certainly it is right up there among the best after a world record in the 100m hurdles from Kendra Harrison of the United States and British records in 1500m courtesy of Laura Muir and the women’s 4x100m.

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IN BREAKING Dame Kelly Holmes’ British 1500m record, Laura Muir
MOST of the competitors at London were using this meeting
LAURA MUIR didn’t set the first British record of the
A WORLD record in the women’s sprint hurdles and Usain
WORLD 400m silver medallist Shaunae Miller improved the world lead
DALILAH MUHAMMED confirmed her position as favourite for Rio in
EUROPEAN champion Ruth Beitia was close to clearing 2.00m in
HE WAS the athlete the crowd came to see and
OLYMPIC champion Renaud Lavillenie failed to clear a single height
THE Emsley Carr Mile was run for the 64th time
PIERRE-AMBROSE BOSSE, who was out of the medals in Amsterdam,
CHRISTIAN TAYLOR gained his fourth consecutive win at this meeting
THERE was a time when young middle distance runners were
WITH so many sensational performances on the track, the short
THE IPC Athletics Grand Prix Final got off to a
ONE of the most dominant victories on Saturday came when
HANNAH COCKROFT was one of several of the London 2012
MARCEL HUG has the upper hand over David Weir right
MARKUS REHM will not be able to fulfil his dream
LIBBY CLEGG is in brilliant form ahead of the Paralympics,
NINETY MINUTES after his 5000m race, Mo Farah cut a
EUROPEAN champion David Storl and world indoor champion Tom Walsh
IN THE long jump there was a Chinese win for
AFTER seeing their female team-mates smash the UK 4x100m record
DOUBLE world champion Kerron Clement over-took Javier Culson in the
THE HEPTATHLON in Rio is going to be one of
THERE was mixed success for the Brits with the race
SHELAYNA OSKAN CLARKE is so far building on her breakthrough
FANS enjoyed the novelty of being able to glance at
THE Anniversary Games proved a fitting place to mark the
DAFNE SCHIPPERS’ muchanticipated showdown with the inform Elaine Thompson did
TUNISIAN Habiba Ghribi won the women’s 3000m steeplechase in 9:21.35
SANDRA PERKOVIC threw a meeting record in the discus of
Men: 100 (0.4): 1 J Vicaut (FRA) 10.02; 2 I
ALL EYES were on Amsterdam earlier this month as the
KONRAD BUKOWIECKI and Neeraj Chopra set two world under-20 records
HE WOMEN’S 3000m at the 1984 Olympics is famous for
DOUBLE the action amounts to double the enjoyment. London’s Diamond
THE MÜLLER Anniversary Games gave many of Britain’s Brazil-bound Olympians
UK ATHLETICS chairman Ed Warner has backed the Court of
1. Mo Farah says he’s in the shape of his
BY LAURA MUIR’S own admission, her times in 2016 were
KENDRA HARRISON says her world record-breaking run in London has
ZOLA BUDD is joining one of her old roommates in
JONNIE PEACOCK and Libby Clegg are among 41 athletes added
ANDY YOUNG, coach of Laura Muir, says he was quickly
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CJ UJAH says the fun atmosphere in the British relay
OLYMPIAN and Commonwealth bronze medallist Matt Yates, no-nonsense coach to
AMOTORBIKE trip into north Africa was how Elliot Giles planned
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HANNAH COCKROFT says she is proud of the courage the
ANDY BADDELEY believes his international career is not yet over
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THE SOUTH of England Athletic Association (SEAA) Road Relay Championships
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IN THE past, a double-decker bus has gone on to
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