Track & Field

A young prodigy from Queensland has made waves in the world of athletics by shattering a national record in the 200m race
For three anti-doping rule infractions, including the possession and use of a prohibited substance and interfering with or attempting to tamper with any aspect of doping control, the AIU banned Nalyanya for eight years.
Millions of Australians are eagerly awaiting the accomplishment of Rohan Browning, the fastest man in the country, who is determined to break the 10-second barrier in the 100-meter dash. With a recent win in the men's competition at the Australian national championships and a timing of 10.02 seconds, Browning, known as the "Flying Mullet," has many people anticipating the day when he would break the elusive record.
Swedish pole vaulter Mondo Duplantis and Norwegian middle-distance runner Jakob Ingebrigtsen are among the world's top athletes scheduled to participate in the Kamila Skolimowska Memorial, which is the eighth leg of the 2023 Wanda Diamond League. The event will take place in Silesia on July 16.
Cameron Myers, a 16-year-old high school student, has set a new Australian U18 record and won silver in the senior men’s 1,500m final at the 2023 Australian Track and Field Championships in Brisbane. Myers completed the race in an impressive time of 3:38.02, beating Jakob Ingebrigtsen’s U16 world record of 3:39.92 by nearly two seconds.
Brisbane, Australia; April 2, 2023 - The 2023 Chemist Warehouse Australian Track and Field Championships reached its crescendo on the fourth and final day of action in Brisbane, as the household names of today and stars of tomorrow confirmed that an athletics resurgence is underway down under.
Brisbane, Australia; April 3, 2023 - After putting on a masterclass at the 100th edition of the Australian Track and Field Championships, Australia’s fastest man Rohan Browning has won the Betty Cuthbert Medal for Best Single Performance of the Meet.
Australian athlete Peter Bol's case is causing concern among experts in sports integrity worldwide after two independent scientific reports commissioned by Bol's lawyers raised questions about the testing methods used in his doping case. Bol, a silver medalist at the Commonwealth Games, tested positive for synthetic erythropoietin (EPO), a performance-enhancing drug, in January. However, last month his B-sample returned an atypical finding, allowing Bol to return to competition as Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) investigates the matter.
Muir and Reekie are currently training independently at Loughborough University as they assess their options. However, sources indicate that the end of their partnership with Young could leave the athletes without a coach, just 15 months before the Paris Olympics.
Peter Bol is clean; apologies, and answers, are in order.