Coming off the second fastest marathon of all time during the BMW Berlin Marathon this fall, Kenenisa Bekele has set a new goal for himself and will join the world’s fastest men in the streets of London. Kenenisa will join teammates Eliud Kipchoge and Mule Wasihun, who finished 3rd during last year’s race.
The World Athletics working group investigating the Nike road racing shoes which have revolutionised marathon and road racing times, is still deliberating over what limits to place on the carbon plate and foam technology and is unlikely to implement a complete widespread ban. 
Eliud Kipchoge versus Kenenisa Bekele – is ON and will take place this April at the 2020 Virgin Money London Marathon.
Kenyan set world record at 2019 Bank of America Chicago Marathon Cheruiyot, Cherono, Dereje, Chepngetich and Jepkosgei also in field Brigid Kosgei, the defending champion and fastest female marathon runner in history, will return to the Virgin Money London Marathon in 2020. Kosgei (KEN) broke Paula Radcliffe’s 16-year-old marathon world...
Two time Commonwealth Games Marathon champion (2014 and 2018) Michael Shelley has announced his retirement from elite marathon running.
Burnie, Tasmania: And it was a good weekend for the Melbourne Track Club, as they took out both 10km titles over the famed Tassie course. In the women's event, Genevieve Gregson, fresh from making the Doha World Champs Steeplechase final, won a close race just beating home Emily Brichacek.
Eliud Kipchoge proved No Human Is Limited when he became the first human in history to run a sub-two-hour marathon in the city of Vienna, Austria this morning. Kipchoge ran the 42.195KM distance in a remarkable time of 1:59:40:2. The 34-year-old Kenyan’s landmark achievement began at 8:15AM CEST on the Reichsbrucke Bridge in Vienna in perfect weather conditions of around 9 degrees celcius and wind speeds between 0.5 - 1.5 m/s.
Nike has shut down the Nike Oregon Project distance group on Thursday, October 10 2019. The Project was establihsed by Nike in 2001 to support long and middle distance running in America. Nike's co-founder, Phil Knight, always took a keen interest in the Project and was instrumental in its ongoing funding.
For the first time in national colours, Victorian Julian Spence represented Australia proudly in the men’s marathon, finishing in a time of 2:19:40.
Kelly Hetherington joins Brady about her career as an 800m and a wide range of topics, from how her relationship with her coach the late Maxine Corcoran formed her start in the sport, to how training for the 800m differs from long-distance running and changing coaches to Craig Mottram.