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Mo Farah: I will only run in Commonwealth Games if my track speed is fine

Double Olympic champion taking cautious approach

Gold medalist Great Britain's Richard Kilty celebrates on the podium of the Men 60m Final

World Indoor Championships: 'Teesside Tornado' Richard Kilty thanks his dad for keeping him on track after 60m triumph

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Britain's Katarina Johnson-Thompson poses with her silver medal in the Women's Long Jump

World Indoor Championships: Silver lining in long jump for British youngster Katarina Johnson-Thompson

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Kilty had been overlooked for 200m selection at the London Olympics in 2012

Richard Kilty's 60m charge proves critics wrong

'Fairy tale' as stand-in sprinter wins shock gold medal after being overlooked for London Games

World Indoor Championships: Andy Pozzi leads the way in the hurdles as 21-year-old finishes as joint-fastest in qualifying

Hurdler Andy Pozzi led Britain's athletes through a successful second morning of the World Indoor Championships in Poland on Saturday.

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World champion Christine Ohuruogu competes in the 4x400m relay team who will attempt to defend their 2012 title

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Court of Arbitration for Sport declare former Olympic gold medallist innocent

James Dasaolu holds his hamstring after winning the men’s 60m final in Birmingham at the weekend

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Haile Gebrselassie to be lead pacemaker in London Marathon

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