Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare has secured her spot at NCAA Championships after qualifying automatically in her two events on day 2 of the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships West Preliminary yesterday in Austin, Texas.
Kenyan Yusuf Biwott and Ethiopian Meselech Melkamu set World-leading times today at the 49th Zlata Tetra - Golden Spike (IAAF World Challenge series meet) in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
The World Athletics Day concluded over the weekend at Y.Y. Okot Girls' Secondary School in Kitgum climaxed by youth participants planting trees to kick start the Uganda Athletics Federation's (UAF) Green Project.
Margaret Etim of Ondo State's 51.24 secs 400m win over Josephine Ehigie of the Police (51.80secs) was the main highlight of the 4th AFN Golden League meet this weekend at the Aper Aku Stadium in Makurdi, Benue State Nigeria.
Without a doubt, the main foundation stone of the Athletics' World Plan is a desire to make athletics the base sport for young people within school programmes all over the world.
The 21st Nigeria NNPC/ExxonMobil Track & Field Championships holds at the U.J. Esuene Stadium in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria from the 24th - 26th June, 2010.
After her phenomenal 25k World record at the BIG 25 Berlin, Mary Keitany is looking ahead to her next big goal, which will be her debut in the full marathon and possibly an attempt at that record too.