Armand Duplantis broke the world record for outdoor pole jumping

September 21, 2020

Armand Duplantis becomes the first person to break the legendary Sergey Bubka’s outdoor pole jump world record that has existed for almost 3 decades. The Golden Gala athletics tournament Pietro Mennea, also known as the Rome Diamond League, has justRead More

The 87-year-old man that inspires many young triathlon athletes (Part 1)

September 15, 2020

From participation to stay healthy, Hiromu Inada (87 years old, Japanese) feels it is his responsibility to inspire young people through triathlons. Inada prepared to practice cycling in the gym in March 2020. With this 87-year-old man, age is justRead More

The reason Bekele could beat Kipchoge at the London Marathon

September 12, 2020

In the climactic confrontation on October 4, runner Kenenisa Bekele holds many more records at a distance of 5km, 10km more than Eliud Kipchoge. In this article, we will look into detail to find out the reasons why Bekele couldRead More

Pau Capell conquered the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc alone (Part 2)

September 8, 2020

Despite predicting this outcome because Covid-19 was complicated, the UTMB’s decision still caused great regret in the international running community. However, just two days after the announcement from the organizers, Capell announced that he would be running the UTMB routeRead More

Pau Capell conquered the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc alone (Part 1)

September 3, 2020

Running alone on the 171km distance, but Pau Capell – the champion of the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (UTMB) 2019 terrain run – did not reach the sub20 target as planned. On August 28, Capell finished in Chamonix, France with aRead More

The 5,000-meter run record has been broken after 16 years

September 1, 2020

Ugandan athlete Joshua Cheptegei completed the 5,000m range at the Wanda Diamond League after 12 minutes 35 seconds 36, 2 seconds faster than the old world record. Joshua Cheptegei set the world record for running 5000m Cheptegei set a recordRead More

30 obligatory rules for marathons that runners should know (Part 3)

August 27, 2020

21. Do not leave the track Many athletes often have the habit of turning sideways to buy food, meet friends on the run … but that is not recommended, especially at big races like the Chicago Marathon. The track isRead More

30 obligatory rules for marathons that runners should know (Part 2)

August 11, 2020

9. Do not wear baggy clothes According to the New York City Marathon rules, clothes that fit the body are encouraged rather than baggy, lacking athletic clothing. 10. Self-photographing sticks are prohibited Selfie stick is banned at most running events,Read More

Many marathons have been canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic

August 10, 2020

The first Chicago Marathon was held on September 25, 1977, and there were just over 4,200 athletes in attendance. As such, the Chicago Marathon is the 5th of the 6 most prestigious marathons in the world influenced by COVID-19. Earlier,Read More

30 obligatory rules for marathons that runners should know (Part 1)

August 4, 2020

If you are a long-distance runner or attend a marathon, you need to know the following principles. Big and small marathons in the world have different principles. However, there are basic rules that appear in all races that athletes mustRead More