Jamaican wins again and Grabarz grabs high jump prize, but no glory for Kenyan 800m star
1. Head in hands
Kenya's 800m winner shades out Ennis and atmosphere in chairman's end-of-week report
Rudisha beats his own world record and takes gold inspired by Coe and an Irish missionary
Victoria Pendleton stepped down from her velodrome throne last night and prepared to hand over her crown to track cycling's fresh-faced new star Laura Trott.
Lord Sebastian Coe has choreographed many aspects of London 2012 and if he can edit the script at the Olympic Stadium tomorrow night, Andrew Osagie will herald a revival in the discipline that made him famous.
The rise of Kenya as an athletics powerhouse can be traced to one village – and one man
British sprinters Jason Kenny and Victoria Pendleton continued slowly but steadily to close in on their respective medal targets today, with Kenny now into tomorrow’s final rounds and Pendleton progressing to the quarter-finals.
Athlete of the year David Rudisha is not as well known as Bolt but he comes from a great lineage
Caster Semenya will compete at the Diamond League meet in Oregon on 4 June as she begins her international build-up to defending her 800m world title. She is also hoping to run at the Bislett Games in Oslo five days later.
Caster Semenya powered to an impressive double at the South African championships yesterday, winning the 800 metres and 1,500 metres in the build-up to defending her 800m title at the World Championships.
My parents were... My mum and my stepdad took me to my cross-country races all the time. They didn't really get involved, they weren't pushy parents, but they were happy to take me.
For Mo farah, the man of the year in British athletics, the end of the road for the 2010 season has already arrived.
Caster Semenya's manager says the runner's surprisingly slow performance at a meet in Italy on Tuesday can be explained by fatigue and sickness.
Kenya's David Rudisha lowered the 800 metres world record to 1min 41.01sec in Rieti in Italy yesterday, just a week after first breaking the record.
Caster Semenya "doesn't care" about the criticism aimed at her since she returned to athletics, according to her coach. The Canadian athlete Diane Cummins said on Sunday that running against Semenya was like "literally running against a man", but Michael Seme said the South African is unmoved.