Track & Field

A thrilling showdown is set to take place at the upcoming Lausanne Diamond League, as a stellar lineup of record-breaking athletes prepares to dazzle fans with their exceptional performances on the track.
Donavan Brazier, the revered track and field phenomenon, has endured a succession of injury setbacks that have posed formidable obstacles in recent times. Within a span of merely 20 months, spanning from June 2021 to February 2023, Brazier underwent three surgeries, casting doubts over his ability to compete this season. This weekend, Brazier conceded that the likelihood of returning to the racing circuit appeared grim. Pete Julian, Brazier's esteemed coach, corroborated this sentiment by affirming that Brazier's comeback would only materialize once he has fully recuperated to peak health.
After an arduous 11-month hiatus following her memorable race at the 2022 World Championship final, Athing Mu has made a triumphant return to the world of track and field. Her comeback, which had everyone on the edge of their seats, showcased Mu's unparalleled prowess and reignited the excitement that she has generated over the past two years. While her performance in today's women's 800-meter race started off slow, Mu's trademark dominance emerged in a stunning burst of energy during the final 200 meters. Her impressive finishing time of 1:58.73 secured a commanding victory, leaving her competitors trailing by over two seconds.
Oregon, USA; June 25, 2023 - With just 13 days to go until the World Para Athletics Championships in Paris in begin, three-time Paralympian Michael Roeger has solidified himself as a threat for gold with a world’s best time in the 1500m T46.
Less than two weeks after his 17th birthday, Myers clocked 3:36.10 over 1500m in Pfungstadt, Germany, to better Ryan Gregson's 3:37.24 Australian Under 20 record.  Myers also broke his own U18 Australian record in the process (3:38.02).
World and Olympic 800-meter champion Athing Mu will return to the track after an 11-month absence. The USATF NYC Grand Prix at Icahn Stadium announced that Mu will compete in the 800 meters on Saturday. Her opponents will consist entirely of American athletes, including reigning World Indoor champion Ajee’ Wilson, last year’s Diamond League third placer Sage Hurta-Klecker, and 2022 US indoor 1500 champion Heather MacLean.
Peter Bol has opened his 2023 European season with a 1:45.81 in Nancy France.  The race, at the Meeting Stanislas, a World Athletics Continental Tour silver meet, marks a comeback of sorts for Bol, as he impressively bounces back from an incredibly tough last six months or so.
Deng Fever is back, as the second fastest Australian to ever live clocked his quickest time in years (since 2018) in Strasbourg overnight. Deng finished second by a whisper to Mohammed Li Gouaned from Algeria.
Jakob Ingebrigtsen has moved to number 6 on the all-time men's 1500m list, winning the Bislett Games in Oslo clocking 3:27.95.  The first time under 3:28 for this amazing Norwegian.
Ky Robinson, a standout athlete from Stanford University, claimed a resounding victory in the men's 10,000m race at the highly anticipated 2023 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships. The thrilling event took place on Wednesday night at Austin's renowned Mike A. Myers Stadium, where athletes from across the nation gathered to showcase their skills.
                   

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