• Schedule: 2019 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix
Schedule: 2019 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix - Saturda, January 26.
|TIME (US Eastern)
||Women's Masters Mile|
||Women's Shot Put|
||Men's Masters Mile|
||Youth 4x200m Relay|
||HS Girls' Sprint Medley Relay|
||HS Boys' Sprint Medley Relay|
||Junior Girls' Mile|
||Women's Pole Vault|
||Junior Boys' Mile|
||Women's 300m Section 1|
||Women's 300m Section 2|
||Men's 60m Hurdles|
||New Balance Women's 5000m|
||Jesse Loubier Memorial Men's 300m|
||Tommy Leonard Memorial Men's Mile|
||New Balance Women's 500m||
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• Banned Kenyan runner takes third place in a road race in Malaysia
Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya and Athletics Kenya will investigate the circumstances that led to convicted doping cheat Irene Jeptoo Kipchumba competing in a race in Malaysia last weekend. KIpchumba, whose ban was due to elapse in September this year, finished third in the Turkish Airlines KL Tower International Towerthon Challenge in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday.
• China and Bahrein Continues Their Dominance at Asian Championships in Doha
Competing on an unseasonably cool evening in Khalifa Stadium - it was 26 C at the start of the session and dropped to 19 C by the start of the evening-capping women’s 10,000m - China took home another six medals, two of them gold while Bahrain, largely driven by their powerful middle and long distance corps, captured five, with gold accounting for three.
• Gong and Hadadi Dominate, Bahrein Takes four Titles on the Track in the Opening Day at Asian Championships
Throwers took center stage as the 23rd edition of the Asian Athletics Championships got underway in Doha on Sunday. Gong Lijiao and Lyu Huihui of China and Iran’s Ehsan Hadadi admirably lived up to their roles as favorites in the shot put, javelin and discus throw, respectively, as they scouted the facilities in the Qatari capital five months before Khalifa Stadium will host the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019.
• KIMUTAI AND GODFAY BREAK COURSE RECORDS AT YELLOW RIVER ESTUARY INTERNATIONAL MARATHON
Kenya’s Felix Kimutai and Afera Godfay of Ethiopia raced to course records at the Yellow River Estuary International Marathon, in the Chinese city of Dongying. Contesting his first race in China, the 30-year-old Kimutai pulled clear with six kilometers to go to secure the victory in 2:09:23. Godfay outraced race favorite Waganesh Mekasha and set her career best and course record of 2:22:41.