Learn about the origin and development of athletics (Part 1)

November 13, 2020

The history of developing athletics from the past to survive until today has been through many efforts. Where did athletics come from and how did it develop? In the following article, we will learn the basics about athletics. What areRead More

Two athletic world records have been set in Brussels

November 12, 2020

Belgium – Mo Farah and Sifan Hassan both set men’s and women’s world records for the number of miles per hour at the Brussels Diamond League on September 4. Two new record achievements are 21,330 km for Farah and 18,930Read More

The 50th-anniversary event of the European Athletics in 2020

November 7, 2020

Although European Athletics was formally established in 1970, the organization has its origins almost a century earlier. In 1932, at that time the International Amateur Athletics Federation formed a special commission to organize a European athletic championship. In 1933, theRead More

The talented 20-year-old athlete set 2 new world records in athletics

November 3, 2020

September 18 marks a special day with Swedish pole jump player Armand Duplantis. At the Golden Gala athletic event Pietro Mennea (also known as the Rome Diamond League) took place in Italy, Duplantis reached 6.15m pole. Armand Duplantis rejoices withRead More

Have the athletics world records reach the highest limits? (Part 2)

October 30, 2020

Or to say that pole jump player Renaude Lavillenie, an athlete will feel “something special” because the record can happen a few times with one person but also only once with another. So in the opposite case, when their recordRead More

Have the athletics world records reach the highest limits? (Part 1)

October 21, 2020

Greatness is always associated with athletes who do not know what the limit of achievement is. They are the ones who want to be better, faster, and stronger than everyone else. The question is, have athletics records reached their limit?Read More

Has Joshua Cheptegei’s 5000m run world record ever been broken? (Part 2)

October 16, 2020

At the start of the race, Cheptegei was said to have benefited from  Roy Hoornweg, Stephen Kissa, and Matthew Ramsden. But in the following part, this guy has created his amazing achievement. Stephen Kissa (Uganda), whose personal best personal recordRead More

The fellows Kenyan with Eliud Kipchoge that were banned due to using doping

October 15, 2020

A Kenyan professional athlete who won the London Marathon received a four-year suspension penalty for doping. The World Athletics Discipline Commission has just released a statement. It is the four-year ban on Daniel Wanjiru, a Kenyan athlete who won theRead More

Athletics has two new world records in running content

October 9, 2020

Joshua Cheptegei and Letesenbet Gidey on October 7 broke records of running 10,000 meters for men and 5,000 meters for women using controversial shoes. True to the name of World Record Day, the track and field event in Valencia recordedRead More

The Swedish pole-jumping prince sets the highest outdoor record for 26 years

September 29, 2020

Armand Duplantis – “The Prince of Pole Jumping” from Sweden has just won the Diamond League Athletics Championship in Lausanne (Switzerland) with a bar that no one has done in the past 26 years. On the night of September 2,Read More