Didn’t he do well? That last lap of Mo Farah’s in the 5,000 metres at the European Team Championships at Gateshead last Saturday was some sight to behold: a sizzling 50.89sec, positively Boltesque by distance-running standards.
Double Olympic gold medallist's new sprinting skill sees him accelerate to victory in the 5,000 metres
Pole vaulter is only 21 in a discipline dominated by thirtysomethings but wants to be the third woman to jump five metres
The triple jumper was available
A 39-year-old man from Gateshead was detained
After decades in which the number of Anglo-Jews was perceived to be in decline, the latest census figures shows a modest rise in those describing themselves as Jewish.
Last season's beaten finalists Leeds were given a fright by Salford before booking a place in the quarter-finals of the Challenge Cup. The world champions were held 6-6 at the break but scraped through 16-10 thanks to tries from Ben Jones-Bishop and Shaun Lunt in the second half.
The Government has promised to give all pupils access to music.
Andrea Zittel's bizarre exhibition is not as surreal as her life, finds Hannah Duguid
Sunderland striker Nicklas Bendtner was arrested following an early morning brawl at a hotel, it emerged today.
Martin Boyce wins prestigious award for his 'art noir'
These figures were mannequins that had become sculptures. They were blackened and clothed and wore wigs. One of the women, standing on kind of bandy legs and upturned, precarious feet was straining her twisted neck and mouth around towards the tap as if she was trying to get a drink.
Simon Tait meets the architect with big plans to revive the fortunes of Margate
The great and the good of Stateside get the best out of Tyneside
Asafa Powell, of Jamaica, and America's Tyson Gay will go head to head twice in England this summer. The sprinters have entered the 100m in the Birmingham Grand Prix on 10 July and the London Grand Prix on 5-6 August in rematches of their race at Gateshead last year, which Gay won by just 0.02sec.
For the first time in more than a century, younger people may have worse life chances than their parents, Ed Miliband will claim today, accusing the Coalition Government of targeting its spending cuts on them.