Track & Field

The 22-year-old Norwegian phenom Jakob Ingebrigtsen has written his name into the history of track and field with an astounding show of athletic greatness. By shattering the long-standing world record for the 2000 meters held by Hicham El Guerrouj, he accomplished this incredible feat. Ingebrigtsen's persistent drive and great power showed brilliantly during the breathtaking performance that took place in front of the glowing lights at the Memorial Van Damme meet in Brussels.
Tokyo Olympic finalist Stewart McSweyn has stamped his authority on Australian middle distance running once again, shattering Craig Mottram’s 17-year-old Oceania 2000m record, while World Championships silver medallist Eleanor Patterson sailed to third place at the penultimate Diamond League meet of the year in the Brussels, Belgium.
Chase Ealey, the current global shot put champion, once again displayed her exceptional talent by winning the prestigious Wanda Diamond League meeting hosted in Brussels on Thursday. It was an enthralling demonstration of shot put skill.
Mary Moraa will grace the renowned Diamond League meeting in Brussels, Belgium, this upcoming Friday, fresh off her recent triumph in the women's 800m competition in Budapest, Hungary. The 'Dancing Queen,' as Moraa is affectionately known, seeks to continue her unbroken winning streak in the center of Belgium's city.
Brussels, September 8, 2023 – In a much-anticipated athletic showdown, Jakob Ingebrigtsen, the reigning World 5000m champion, is poised to challenge Hicham El Guerrouj's legendary 2000m record of 4:44.79 at the prestigious Allianz Memorial Van Damme event in Brussels on Friday, September 8.
Oceania 800m record holder Catriona Bisset has raced her way to second place at the Zurich Diamond League, leading the way for eight other Australians on the final night of competition at the prestigious meet in Switzerland.
Never before in history had two Australian athletes shared a podium at the World Athletics Championships, but on the final night of competition in Budapest, high jump sensations Eleanor Patterson and Nicola Olyslagers claimed silver and bronze, taking the country’s medal haul to six.
When Victor Kiplangat drew clear of Leul Gebrsilase in the closing stages of Sunday’s men’s world championships marathon, it seemed the championships were bookended by Uganda distance runners.
ollowing in the footsteps of his training partner Nina Kennedy, pole vaulter Kurtis Marschall (WA) has produced the jump of his life to share equal bronze with USA’s Christopher Nilsen at the World Athletics Championships.
Australia’s rich history of success in the Women’s Javelin continued on Day Seven of the World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary as final-year medicine student Mackenzie Little launched to an iconic final-round bronze.