2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships

March 07, 2014 to March 09, 2014
Sopot Poland

They might buy the portable track for a discounted price of $2.4 million, opposed to the $4 million it costs new.


He hopes to compete alongside his brother Thomas who was a finalist in Moscow.

BBC Sport:

The good news for Kilty is 72% of sprinters under 6.50 in 60 have broken 10.00. The bad news is his white.

World Athletics:

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3 Wire Sports:

"Let’s say you dropped into Sunday’s final day of the 2014 world indoor track and field championships. Further, you were a stranger to the sport, maybe kinda-sorta checking it out, a local from here in Sopot or Gdansk. The program started at 2:50 in the afternoon. It wrapped up a little past 7 in the evening. That’s just over four hours. In those four-plus hours you saw — deep breath now — 14 events, two semifinals and 12 finals, as well as 17 medal ceremonies. Essentially, you went to the circus. All that was missing was lions, tigers and bears. This has to change."

World Athletics:

Smith's father Calvin Smith Sr. is a former 100m WR holder.

World Athletics:

She won gold at World Indoors, but says she's been doing the same training she does for the 100 focusing on outdoors.

World Athletics:

Osaghae almost gave up on the indoor season to focus on outdoors as he was dealing with early season injuries.

The Telegraph:

Kilty's life has improved a lot as he's also had run-ins with the law in the past including 4-months ago paying a large fine for putting his fist through an estate agent's window.

The Guardian:

Chambers tested positive 11-years ago and admitted and apologized for cheating. His former coach Stuart McMillan said, "In a world where the default setting for a doping positive is denial, Dwain did not only own up to his mistake, but he went out of his way to atone for it. It is a real shame that now, over a decade later, he is still unable to make the living in his sport that he deserves to – especially when I see so many others who are doing so – many of whom have never admitted guilt, and many of whom have never lifted a finger in reparation."

Chambers finished 6th in the 60.

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