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  • Attard Pulis fifth in Italy marathon

    Attard Pulis fifth in Italy marathon

    Josann Attard Pulis, winner of the Malta Marathon in February, was again racing the 42.195km distance on Sunday as she lined up for the UNESCO Cities Marathon in northern Italy. The race is the only marathon in the world connecting two UNESCO...

  • Pembroke juniors set new records at Marsa meeting

    Two Pembroke Athleta juniors inscribed their names in the Maltese athletics record books for their respective categories during a Malta Athletics Challenge Meeting at the Matthew Micallef St John stadium, in Marsa, last weekend. Luke Farrugia...

  • Veteran Debono extends marathon streak to Asia

    Veteran Debono extends marathon streak to Asia

    Alfred Debono’s exploits in long distance running knows no boundaries as a few weeks ago he made his debut in the Tokyo Marathon to complete full participation of the top six majors in the international athletics calendar. Debono, 65, was on the...

  • Ahmed, Attard Pulis first home in Dingli 10

    Ahmed, Attard Pulis first home in Dingli 10

    The 24th running of the Dingli 10 race, sponsored by Nestle Fitness, was held earlier this month with the participation of 320 athletes. St Patrick’s Athletics Club, the organisers of this annual race, also had a 10-mile walk and a juniors race...

  • MAAA elections postponed after club status row at AGM

    The Malta Amateur Athletic Association (MAAA) have postponed the elections for a new council to a later date after two member clubs contested the governing body’s decision to omit them from the voting process on the basis that accor-ding to the...

  • Bolt let down by JAAAsays USADA chief Tygart

    Usain Bolt is being failed by Jamaican athletics chiefs, according to US Anti-doping Association boss Travis Tygart. Jamaican athletics has recently come under global pressure to revamp its under-fire drugs testing regime following a number of...

  • MAAA to elect new president today

    The Malta Amateur Athletics Association (MAAA) will hold an annual general meeting at their headquarters in Marsa this evening with the elections of a new council being the main item on the agenda. After long-time association head Anthony Chircop...

  • Pembroke to mark 20th year of 10km race

    The Athletics Committee within the Pembroke Athleta Sports Club have prepared a special programme of events to coincide with the 20th running of their popular 10km race, this year pencilled for April 6. “This year will be remembered for the 20th...

  • Gozo half marathon race set for April 27

    It has recently been confirmed that the 39th Gozo Half Marathon running will be held on Sunday, April 27. The event, which is the largest athletics event in Gozo attracting hundreds of participants, will incorporate a series of other activities.

  • Errors led to sprinter’s clearance

    Mistakes made by Jamaican officials during anti-doping procedures, not technicalities, led to double Olympic 200 metres champion Veronica Campbell-Brown being cleared of doping charges, her lawyers said. The errors included the failure to properly...

  • Dingli 10K on Wednesday

    Dingli 10K on Wednesday

    Since 1991, the Dingli 10 has established itself as one of the most popular races on the local running calendar. Known for its scenic beauty and the challenging route, this year’s Nestlè Fitness Dingli 10, organised by St Patick’s AC, will be held...

  • United States top the medals table

    Veteran Bernard Lagat helped the United States top the medals table after the final day of the World Indoor Athletics Championship in Sopot, Poland, yesterday. At 39 years and 87 days, Lagat became the oldest ever medallist in a men’s event at the...

  • Fitz 37th in 60m heats

    Maltese sprinter Rachel Fitz yesterday took part in the 60m heats at the World Indoor Championships currently being held in Sopot, Poland. The 18-year-old was on the starting blocks for the third heat and dashed home in eighth place in 7.86 seconds.

  • Good organisation the secret to marathon success – Micallef

    Good organisation the secret to marathon success – Micallef

    It is no understatement to define the Malta Marathon as the country’s top sporting event in terms of mass participation. The annual race again hit record numbers last weekend with over 3,700 athletes taking part in either the marathon, half...

  • Bannister hopes new stars can shine

    Bannister hopes new stars can shine

    Sir Roger Bannister remains “astonished” that his achievement of running the first sub-four-minute mile is still celebrated, but he hopes it can continue to inspire generations. Bannister recorded a time of three minutes 59.4 seconds in Oxford on...

  • Campbell-Brown cleared by Court of Arbitration for Sport

    Jamaican sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown has been cleared to resume her career by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), her American-based lawyer Howard Jacobs said yesterday. The twice Olympic 200 metres champion was suspended by her...

  • Hajjy makes it four in a row

    Hajjy makes it four in a row

    Morocco runner Mohammed Hajjy continued to stamp his authority on the Malta Marathon as the Italy-based runner clinched his fourth successive victory yesterday. Local runners enjoyed more success in the women’s race as Josann Attard Pulis defied...

  • Hussen and Caccialanza win half marathon

    Hussen and Caccialanza win half marathon

    Ibrahim Hussen and Elga Caccia-lanza are the winners of the 2014 Malta Half Marathon. Sudan-born Hussen, who runs for St Patrick’s AC, was in a class of his own as he finished a clear winner when completing the 21km course in one hour 10 minutes...

  • Let the warrior spirit guide you

    Let the warrior spirit guide you

    The much-awaited day is finally dawning on us. Needless to say, many, through discipline and dedication, have worked hard to achieve the required fitness to combat tomorrow’s challenge. Notably, the more established runners will be seeking an...

  • US champion Leer surges to win at Wanamaker Mile

    US champion Will Leer put on a brilliant closing kick to overtake Lawi Lalang and Nick Willis and win the featured Wanamaker Mile in a season leading time of three minutes, 52.47 seconds at the Millrose Games. Leer, who also won the 3,000 metres...

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