Two-time Olympic 10,000m champion Mo Farah will attempt to qualify for the Tokyo Games at the British Athletics Championships on 25 June.
- Hastily arranged 10,000m set for Manchester on 25 June
- Farah missed qualifying time at UK trials last week
Mo Farah has been given a last-ditch chance to reach the Tokyo Olympics in a hastily arranged invitational 10,000m race at the British Athletics’ Championships in Manchester on 25 June.
Farah, who won 5,000m and 10,000m gold at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Games, struggled desperately at the UK trials in Birmingham last week where he finished more than 22 seconds outside the qualifying time of 27m 28:00sec.
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Parkrun events set to return in over 500 locations on 26 June after gaining approval from a large number of local authorities.
- Sprinter races home in 22.06sec for second Diamond League win
- Laura Muir runs second-best 1500m of career to finish third
First Dina Asher-Smith sent an ominous warning to her Olympic rivals on the track by sauntering to the third-quickest 200m time of her career. Then she did it again with six well-chosen words and a smile: “I definitely have more in me.”
The 25-year-old’s time of 22.06sec in Florence broke a meeting record that had been held for 22 years by Marion Jones. And, for good measure, it was also the second fastest time in the world this year – just 0.03 behind Shaunae Miller-Uibo.
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Dina Asher-Smith wins the 200m in a season's-best time of 22.06 seconds at the Diamond League meeting in Florence.
Dutch runner Sifan Hassan beats Great Britain's Laura Muir and Kenya's Faith Kipyegon to the 1500m title at the Diamond League meeting in Florence, just four days after breaking the 10,000m world record.
Watch as Great Britain's Dina Asher-Smith races to 200m victory in a season's best time of 22:06 seconds at the Diamond League meeting in Florence.
Josh Kerr targets an Olympic medal after recording the best-ever 1500m time on United States soil to beat a Sebastian Coe record lasting 37 years.
Dina Asher-Smith says Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce's 10.63-second 100m run on Saturday was "amazing" for athletics.
Athletes at this summer's Olympics will be subject to GPS monitoring, says Tokyo 2020 organising committee chief Toshiro Muto.
Parkrun writes to Prime Minister Boris Johnson warning a further delay to its return is now "likely" and that it is now "fearful for our future."
Ethiopia's Letesenbet Gidey breaks the women's 10,000m world record by more than five seconds - just two days after it had previously been smashed.
John Stocker won the race having not taken a prolonged break since the event started on Saturday.
Eilish McColgan hopes to surpass her mother's Scottish record over 10,000m after reaching a third Olympics.
Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah missed a chance to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics at the weekend. He spoke to Ricky and told us he still hopes he'll make it to the Games, and talked about his gold medal winning history in athletics.