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» Friday, 06 April 2018
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Schedule Day 7 April 14 - Time Local GMT +10
14:25 Women’s High Jump Final
14:35 Men’s Javelin Throw Final
14:40 Men’s 4 x 100m Relay Final
14:57 Women’s 4 x 100m Relay Final
15:15 Men’s Triple Jump Final
15:20 Women’s 5000m Final
16:10 Men’s 1500m Final
16:38 Women’s 4 x 400m Relay Final
17:07 Men’s 4 x 400m Relay Final
Schedule Day 8 April 15 - Time Local GMT +10
6:10 Men’s T54 Marathon Final
6:10 Women’s T54 Marathon Final
7:20 Women’s Marathon Final
8:15 Men’s Marathon Final
The IAAF Doping Review Board has approved an updated version of the Guidance Note for (ANA) status applications under IAAF Competition Rule 22.1A.
Athletes who were granted ANA status in 2018 are able to re-apply for eligibility in 2019 by completing a simplified application form.
Nigeria's Nse Imaobong Uko produced a storming 52.35sec over 400m at the National Sports Festival in Abuja. Her mark is a new World record for 14-year-olds and under.
Jordan Hasay, Sara Hall to join champions Desiree Linden & Tatyana McFadden in 2019 Boston Marathon field. Hassay's (2:23:00) marathon debut in Boston in 2017 remains the fastest-ever by an American woman. Hall, is the 2017 US marathon champion.
Russian athletes disqualified from the Olympic Games have failed to return any of their medals in 2018, the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) has admitted.
It has been nearly four years since Renaud Lavillenie won his last European title but the Frenchman has mapped out his indoor season which will culminate at the Glasgow 2019 European Athletics Indoor Championships from 1-3 March.