• Is ‘sub-two-hour’ Nike marathon attempt just a clever marketing stunt?
    The Guardian43 minutes ago

    Is ‘sub-two-hour’ Nike marathon attempt just a clever marketing stunt?

    Eliud Kipchoge, of Kenya, won the London marathon in a course record in 2016. Roll up, roll up – come and see the last of the “world marathon majors” before a man breaks the two-hour barrier. This could be the pitch for Sunday’s London marathon when some 38,000 runners take to the capital’s streets

  • Leroy Sane reveals secret to his Man City success: 'Pep Guardiola told me to play like Lionel Messi or Neymar' 
    The Telegraph

    Leroy Sane reveals secret to his Man City success: 'Pep Guardiola told me to play like Lionel Messi or Neymar' 

    The first thing that strikes you about Leroy Sane as he walks into a side-room at Manchester City’s training base, moments after being interviewed elsewhere for television, is just how tall he is. “That’s also what they said in there,” City’s Germany winger says, smiling. If it is the afro that makes

  • Kenenisa Bekele targeting world-record time in London Marathon
    The Guardian

    Kenenisa Bekele targeting world-record time in London Marathon

    Kenenisa Bekele, left, hopes to break the world record in Sunday’s London Marathon, but will face tough competition, not least from his fellow Ethiopian Feyisa Lilesa. Kenenisa Bekele wants to cement his reputation as the greatest distance runner of all time by breaking the world marathon record in

  • Chemos says Sumgong doping case is shameful for Kenya
    Reuters

    Chemos says Sumgong doping case is shameful for Kenya

    Olympic champion Jemima Sumgong's positive doping test is shameful to Kenyan athletes, her fellow runner Milcah Chemos said on Saturday. “It is a big shame to us Kenyan athletes and Kenyans in general," Chemos, the 2013 world 3,000m steeplechase champion told Reuters. "We are lost for

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