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229th World Athletics Council press conference: Wednesday 30 November 2022

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    December 1, 2022    [Links load in new window]  

(Tri247) Triathlon: Tim Don on IRONMAN Kona split: Will it be a hit or a miss?

(Inside the Games) Athletics: World Relays return to Nassau in 2024 to serve as Paris Olympic qualifying event
The 2024 World Relays - which will act as a key qualifier for the Paris 2024 Games - will take place in the venue which held the first three versions of the event, the Bahamian capital of Nassau

(BAA) Athletics: Jack Fleming Appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the Boston Athletic Association

(WA) Athletics: Decisions made at World Athletics Council Meeting in Rome


    November 30, 2022    [Links load in new window]  

(Inside the Games) Drugs in Sport: RusAF teed up for likely return to World Athletics in "final" recommendation next March

(BBC) Drugs in Sport: Kenya doping: 'Long journey' to rebuild trust with World Athletics
Kenya evaded a ban from competition but has a "long journey" ahead to rebuild trust following a string of doping violations, World Athletics president Lord Coe has said

(Lyndsey Hein) Athletics: Episode 433: Sharon Lokedi – 2022 NYC Marathon Champion
Sharon Lokedi recently won the NYC Marathon. This was her debut marathon and she ran 2:23:23. Sharon is a part of the Dark Sky Distance training group in Flagstaff, Arizona coached by Stephen Haas. She also trains in Kenya. She went to the University of Kansas where she was an NCAA Champion and a 10-time All American. She runs professionally for Under Armor (AW) Drugs in Sport: No ban for Kenya, says Coe
World Athletics president confirms east African nation will not receive a global suspension from the sport despite an alarming spate of drugs positives

(RRW) Athletics 2022 Turkey Trots Show Strong Participation Growth
In a promising sign for the running industry, participation in Thanksgiving Day races (commonly known as turkey trots) grew robustly in 2022 from a year ago and --surprisingly-- also from pre-pandemic levels, at least for smaller events

(The Critic) Women in Sport: The flawed science of trans inclusion in women’s sport

Athletics: Haspa Marathon Hamburg set for April 23rd, 2023
European Champion Richard Ringer runs next marathon in Hamburg

(WA) Athletics: Teams ready to clash at Cross Champs in Austin
The World Athletics Cross Country Tour heads to Austin, USA, on Thursday (1), when a number of leading athletes will race for individual glory and team triumph at Sound Running's Fitness Bank Cross Champs

(AI) Drugs in Sport: Americans Hassan Mead and Lindsey Scherf banned for doping

(USADA) Drugs in Sport: U.S. Track & Field Athlete Hassan Mead Accepts Sanction for Anti-Doping Rule Violation


    November 29, 2022    [Links load in new window]  

(Daily Mail) Drugs in Sport: EXCLUSIVE: Russian athletics chiefs are hopeful their SEVEN-YEAR suspension due to state-sponsored doping will be LIFTED this week... but athletes from the scandal-hit nation will remain banned because of the war in Ukraine
* The suspension of the Russian Athletics Federation was first imposed in 2015
* It has been repeatedly reinstated by global governing body World Athletics
* The situation is due to be discussed during a crunch meeting in Rome
* Officials from the federation are increasingly confident their ban will be lifted 

(The Star) Athletics: Chepkirui under no pressure ahead of marathon debut at Valencia
* The Kenyan trio is bound to face tough competition from Ethiopia’s Letesenbet Gidey, who is the world-record holder in 5000m, 10,000m and the half marathon.
* Kenya’s Jonathan Korir lines up as the fourth fastest with a lifetime best of 2:04:32 and will have the company of Geoffrey Kirui, Ronald Korir, Simon Kipkosgei and debutants Alexander Mutiso, Philemon Kiplimo and Kelvin Kiptum

(USTFCCCA) Athletics: 2022 NCAA Division I Cross Country National Awards

(Daily Nation) Athletics: Chepng'etich, Okutoyi, Moraa among SOYA award nominees
* The winner will be declared during the 19th edition Sports Personality of the Year (SOYA) Gala on January 20 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC)
* Chepng'etich will be eying to defend the award she won when the event was held last in Kakamega against Okutoyi in the category that is dominated by athletics
* The SOYA panel of judges will whittle down the list of 17 nominees to the final five nominees in the first week of January

(Inside the Games) Drugs in Sport: Kenyan NOC part of efforts to stave off athletics ban as Government pledges more anti-doping funds
The National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOC-K) has cranked up its efforts to rid drugs from sport as the country battles to stave off a potential ban from international athletics due to doping problems

(EA) Athletics: Ingebrigtsen and Grøvdal to defend titles at SPAR European Cross Country Championships

(The Star) Athletics: Kiprop confident of bagging ticket to World Cross
* Kiprop said he believes he has done sufficient training and is ready to face his counterparts next month.
* The national trials will feature 2km senior men and women, 6km U20 women, 8km U20 men, and 10km senior men and women

(Mirror) Athletics: Olympic champion Michael Johnson had to learn how to walk again after heart attack
Michael Johnson smashed Olympic records on the track but has admitted he faced a huge test just to be able to walk again after suffering a stroke

(Fait Play for Women) Women in Sport: Testosterone suppression in “elite athletes” – what do we know?

(Nordic Sports Science forum) Women in Sport: When Ideology Trumps Science: A response to the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport’s Review on Transwomen Athletes in the Female Category

(MdeicalXpress) Athletics: Caffeine gets you to the finish line faster, reveals new study on sprint performance
A new study by researchers from Japan presents the first evidence demonstrating the ergogenic effects of caffeine on the 100-meter sprint running performance


    November 28, 2022    [Links load in new window]  

(Gulf Today) Triathlon:World Triathlon Championship will return to Abu Dhabi in March 2023

(WA) Athlwrics: Warner Bros. Discovery secures rights to broadcast 2023 World Athletics Championships

(WA) Athletics: Bibic and Lahti dominate in Tilburg on the road to the European Cross

(Tri247) Triathlon: ‘A completely different sport’ – Elliot Smales on the progress of long distance racing

(Japan Running News) Athletics: Kiplagat 27:07.59 MR to Win Deepest-Ever 10000 m in Hachioji


    November 27, 2022    [Links load in new window]  

(Jerusalem Post) Triathlon: Lange, Astle win IRONMAN titles in Tiberias; Alterman fastest Israeli
The special event marks the first time that the competition included the full distance of the international IRONMAN brand in the Middle East

(WA) Athletics: Mawia and Kwizera confirm supremacy in Alcobendas

(AC) Athletics: ACXC22: Black And Staehli Golden at Mooney's Bay

(The Star) Athletics: Mumbua, Kosgei take honours at Tespok Autism 21k race
* Mumbua timed 1:10:27 to cross the finish line ahead of Lilian Chebii and Beatrice Cherubet who placed second and third in 1:10:56 and 1:10:57 respectively.
• In the 10km category, Shadrack Kipchirchir led the men’s field in 30:43 as Bernard Kibet and Simon Mutula settled for second and third places in 31:00 and 31:11 respectively

(Triathlon Magazine Canada) Triathlon: Astle bounces back from disappointing Kona with big win in Israel
Former Kona age group champ takes third Ironman title

(VN Express) Athletics: 10,000 coast past Hanoi icons in midnight run
Blessed by good weather conditions, around 10,000 runners participating in the VnExpress Marathon Hanoi Midnight ran past iconic landmarks in the capital city as they completed the race Sunday morning

(Daily Nation) Athletics: Ng'etich, Reline win Nakuru City Half Marathon
* Leading the pack was Vincent Ng'etich Kipkemoi, a recent winner of the Tokyo Legacy 21km race, who clocked 59:00.1 to earn the top prize money of Sh500,000
* Ng'etich whose personal best is 59.0 dedicated the victory to his coach Peter Bii and his teammates for giving him a run for his money
* Catherine Reline, 23, from the Kapsait club in Elgeyo-Marakwet County retained the 21km women's title for the second consecutive year in a time of 1:06.48.1

(Canadian Running Magazine) Athletics: Connor Black and Julie-Anne Staehli win Canadian XC Championships
Two new first-time champions were crowned at the Canadian XC Championships in Ottawa


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2003: Dr Richard Budgett, in which he discusses the consequences of trans women competing in women’s sport. responding to a government inquiry, Budgett, then at the British Olympic Association, states: “the effect of allowing male transsexuals to compete as women would be to make competition unfair and potentially dangerous in some sports and would undermine women’s sports.”.
2021: "Everyone agrees that trans women are women" .
2022: The science has not changed - the politics have!
June 2022: The World Athletics president, Sebastian Coe, has hailed swimming’s decision to ban transgender women from elite female competition as in “the best interests of its sport” – and hinted that track and field could soon follow suit.
July 2022: British Triathlon has announced that for athletes over the age of 12, there will be two categories; a Female Category, (for those who are the female sex at birth), and an Open Category, (for all individuals including male, transgender and those non-binary who were male sex at birth
November 30, 2022: Disappointingly World Athletics kicked the transgender "can" down the road to March 2023. The question is why? The science is clear and it is settled - men have an unfair advantge over women in sport. Stop trying to pretend otherwise.


  Book/Video/Movie of the Month - December 2022  
Running While Black: Finding Freedom in a Sport That Wasn't Built for Us Running While Black: Finding Freedom in a Sport That Wasn't Built for Us

Alison Mariella Désir (Author
A searing exposé on the whiteness of running, a supposedly egalitarian sport, and a call to reimagine the industry
“Runners know that running brings us to ourselves. But for Black people, the simple act of running has never been so simple. It is a declaration of the right to move through the world. If running is claiming public space, why, then, does it feel like a negotiation?”  
Running saved Alison Désir’s life. At rock bottom and searching for meaning and structure, Désir started marathon training, finding that it vastly improved both her physical and mental health. Yet as she became involved in the community and learned its history, she realized that the sport was largely built with white people in mind.  
Running While Black draws on Désir’s experience as an endurance athlete, activist, and mental health advocate to explore why the seemingly simple, human act of long distance running for exercise and health has never been truly open to Black people. Weaving historical context—from the first recreational running boom to the horrific murder of Ahmaud Arbery—together with her own story of growth in the sport, Désir unpacks how we got here and advocates for a world where everyone is free to safely experience the life-changing power of movement.   
As America reckons with its history of white supremacy across major institutions, Désir argues that, as a litmus test for an inclusive society, the fitness industry has the opportunity to lead the charge—fulfilling its promise of empowerment.

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