Tag: Neeraj Chopra
Posted by Tim Adams | Feb 2, 2022
Posted by Athletics Weekly | Nov 4, 2021
Max Burgin’s UK U23 record and Keely Hodgkinson’s Oslo win were not the only British successes over two laps this week as Kyle Langford and Neil Gourley ran PBs in GermanyRead More
Multiple Olympic and Paralympic medallists recognised for Tokyo success ahead of 22nd edition of Laureus AwardsRead More
Neeraj Chopra’s javelin performance in Tokyo didn’t just bring with it a gold medal, it has been a real catalyst for change in athletics across India, as Karunya Keshav explainsRead More
Utter dominance. The top four indoor and top two outdoor pole vault clearances in history all belong to @mondohoss600 🇸🇪
✅ 6.20m (Belgrade 22)
✅ 6.19m (Belgrade 22)
✅ 6.18m (Glasgow 2020)
✅ 6.17m (Toruń 2020)
✅ 6.16m (Stockholm 2022)
✅ 6.15m (Rome 2020)
After feeling mentally tired last night in Stockholm, @EllieBaker1998 has got the news that she has made the GB team for @WCHoregon22 🇬🇧
She will join a strong @BritAthletics 800m line-up which includes @keelyhodgkinson, @alexbell92 and @JemmaReekie.
Ellie Baker says she’s feeling mentally tired after the UK Champs but ran 4:08.63 for 5th in a 1500m won by Aussie Linden Hall in 4:02.65 at the Stockholm Diamond League tonight.