• Results: 2018 Cardiff University / Cardiff Half Marathon

Results: 2018 Cardiff University / Cardiff Half Marathon - Sunday, 7 October

Top Men

1 Jack Rayner AUS Australia 01:01:01

2 Fred Musobo UGA Uganda 01:01:08

3 Timothy Toroitich UGA Uganda 01:01:17

4 John Lotiang KEN Kenya 01:01:25

5 Filex Chemonges UGA Uganda 01:01:41

6 Vitalis Kwemoi UGA Uganda 01:01:42

7 Mohamud Aadan GBR England 01:02:31

8 Dejen Gebreselassie AUS Australia 01:02:39

9 Dewi Griffiths GBR Wales 01:02:56

10 Matt Clowes GBR England 01:03:27

11 Tom Wade GBR England 01:03:40

12 Nicolas Harman AUS Australia 01:03:46

13 Kris Jones GBR Wales 01:03:57

14 Jake Smith GBR N/A 01:04:03

15 Paul Pollock GBR Northern Ireland 01:04:06

16 Edward Goddard AUS Australia 01:04:36

17 Alex Teuten GBR England 01:04:54

18 Josh Griffiths GBR Wales 01:05:07

19 Jon Hopkins GBR Wales 01:05:20

20 Daniel Wallis NZL New Zealand 01:06:21

20 Cardiff University / Cardiff Half Marathon


Top Women

1 Juliet Chekwel UGA Uganda 01:09:45

2 Celia Sullohern AUS Australia 01:11:04

3 Doreen Chesang UGA Uganda 01:11:10

4 Toroitich Linet Chebet UGA Uganda 01:11:52

5 Tracy Barlow GBR England 01:12:17

6 Marnie Ponton AUS Australia 01:12:21

7 Stephanie Twell GBR Scotland 01:12:32

8 Emily Chebet UGA Uganda 01:12:52

9 Anne-Marie Mcglynn GBR Northern Ireland 01:13:48

10 Gemma Steel GBR England 01:13:48

11 Lucy Reid GBR England 01:13:49

12 Clara Evans GBR Wales 01:14:15

13 Danni Nimmock GBR England 01:14:30

14 Rosie Edwards GBR Wales 01:15:25

15 Jenny Spink GBR N/A 01:15:37

16 Casey Wood AUS Australia 01:15:43

17 Rochelle Sceats NZL New Zealand 01:15:48

18 Jenny Nesbitt GBR Wales 01:16:14

19 Isabel Clark GBR N/A 01:16:29

20 Paule Marie Perrier MRI Mauritius 01:17:02

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Richard Kilty, the double reigning European 60m champion, has hit out at not being given the chance to attempt a historic hat-trick in Glasgow after British Athletics were forced into humiliatingly selecting just one male sprinter despite having three spots to fill. 


February 17, 2019 See More on: The Telegraph


Ethiopians Ayana Tsedat and Guteni Shone grabbed convincing victories at the 35th Zurich Maratón de Sevilla. 22-year-old Tsedat clocked 2:06:36 to improve the race record by 1:07. Likewise Shone’s winning time of 2:24:29 broke the course record by a similar difference, 1:06. Volha Mazuronak of Belarus  (2:26:13) and Kenyan Barnabas Kiptum (2:09:20) broke course records at the Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon.

February 17, 2019 See More on: IAAF.ORG

• British Athletics named a record equalling number of 48 athletes for the European Indoor Championships

Double European indoor champion Laura Muir, Asha Philip and Andrew Pozzi all return to defend their titles from the last edition in Belgrade in 2017. Holly Bradshaw and Katarina Johnson-Thompson are both also European indoor gold medallists, from Gothenburg in 2013 and Prague in 2015, and their selection completes a list of five European indoor champions selected, the most ever for GB & NI at a single edition of the event.

February 17, 2019 See More on: British Athletics


Dutch champion Sifan Hassan (14:44) and Swiss contender Julien Wanders (13:29) set new world 5km records within minutes of each other during the Herculis 5km race along the Monaco coastline on Sunday (17). Both athletes had set themselves for attempts on the newly-established 5km road standards and they duly delivered on a picture-perfect winter day in Monaco.

February 17, 2019 See More on: IAAF.ORG

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