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UPDATE: July 2010
I've moved to SingaporeAthletics.org.sg (SAA).
All my effort will be focused at SAA website for now.
As for this website, thank you for your support all these years.
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Marathon champion Samuel Wanjiru charged in court for threatening to kill wife
  • December 31st, 2010

Samuel Wanjiru became the first Kenyan to win an Olympic gold for the marathon event in Beijing in 2008. And now he’s in court charged with threatening to kill his wife, the illegal possession of an AK-47, and also to threaten to kill a domestic worker. The 24-year-old was arrested last Wednesday after a report […]

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Indian 4×100m Commonwealth Games bronze medalist sprinter, Suresh Sathya, fails doping test
  • December 25th, 2010

Indian sprinter Suresh Sathya has failed a doping test, and now faces a pending two-year ban if his ‘B’ sample also returns positive. His first ‘A’ sample came out as positive by the National Anti-Doping Agency recently, for banned substance steroid nandralone. He was tested in an out-of-competition test in November. Suresh is part of […]

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How NOT to Win a Hurdle Race
  • December 23rd, 2010

Yes this website is all about athletics, the guides, interviews, helpful tips and such. But let’s forget all about that for a moment, and watch the below video. Have a laugh … but unfortunately at the expense of some poor athlete. But hey, at least as a consolation, he didn’t finish last. If you’ve the […]

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Paul Tergat, “School redefined my life”
  • December 19th, 2010

Recently I posted AlJazeera’s One on One feature on Carl Lewis, now here’s another One on One feature, but this time, marathon legend Paul Tergat. Paul Tergat is a Kenyan professional long distance runner. He held the world record in the marathon from 2003 to 2007, with a time of 2:04:55, and is regarded as […]

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Laverne Jones-Ferrette, fastest women over 60m, tested positive for a banned substance
  • December 17th, 2010
Laverne Jones-Ferrette, fastest women over 60m, tested positive for a banned substance

Laverne Jones-Ferrette who hails from US Virgin Islands had her silver medal stripped after testing positive for clomiphene, a banned substance. The 29-year-old finished second at the IAAF World Indoor Championships 2010 in Doha,behind Veronica Campbell-Brown, in the 60m event. Her best of 6.97 seconds over that distance makes her one of six women to […]

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