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Lockington Consolidated School student Col Pearse will represent Victoria at the School Sport Australia Swimming Championships for the second year in a row.
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Knowing this would be his final track and field competition of the year, Nick Solfanelli wanted to make it memorable.
Spectators took to social media to vent their anger after experiencing lengthy waits to get through security into Hampden Park for the Glasgow Grand Prix event.
As Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay took a victory lap in France last week after winning the 100-meter dash, attorneys in Fort Worth representing him and the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency were seeking to dismiss a lawsuit filed against them by the athlete's former coach.
Michelle-Lee Ahye warmed up for the 2014 Commonwealth Games with the biggest win of her career, at the British Athletics Grand Prix IAAF Diamond League meet, in Glasgow, Scotland, yesterday.
S ITTING side by side at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow, Neil Fachie and Craig MacLean exhibit the kind of easy companionship which can only come from regularly hurtling around a banked track at high speed together on a tandem.
IT was hoped it would give a morale-boosting dry run for Scottish success in the Commonwealth Games, but the homegrown contingent had to settle for mixed results in the Sainsbury's Glasgow Grand Prix at Hampden Park yesterday afternoon.
MONEY MAN: High Performance Sport New Zealand boss Alex Baumann wants more bang for its funding buck and more Commonwealth Games medals than the 36 won in Delhi.
Lawrence Clarke remained upbeat despite missing out on the 110m hurdles in the Sainsbury's Glasgow Grand Prix at Hampden Park last night.
David Rudisha emphatically won the men's 800m at the Glasgow Diamond League in his first race on British soil since he won gold at London 2012.
Trinidad and Tobago enjoyed a four-medal Olympic haul for the first time in the country's history at the 2012 London Games.
Flying high: Brandon Starc, the brother of Australian cricketer Mitchell, is hoping to win a medal in Glasgow.
PAUL Blake can't wait to rub shoulders with some of the biggest names in athletics when he takes part in the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games next weekend.
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Tom Walsh's extraordinary rise in the shot put world has continued with third place at the Glasgow leg of the IAAF Diamond League circuit.
Having missed much of last season with hamstring troubles, there was no immediate word on the double Olympic silver medalist's condition after fellow Jamaican Nickel Ashmeade won in 9.97 seconds ahead of American sprinter Michael Rodgers.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 04:48 am
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