2015 Meeting Areva - Paris IAAF Diamond League

July 04, 2015
Paris, France
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"At the end I got too excited and did not run that smoothly, so that means I want to run faster in my next races.”

World Athletics:

Ayana: “I’m disappointed because the agreement was not kept. I did more laps than my rival, especially after 2k. Next time I will run different.”
*Lavillenie loses on home soil

World Athletics:

She says a switch to the coaching of her husband, a 3:34 guy, has helped a lot.

Nation:

More troubling for Jenny Simpson is the fact that she's using the 5000 for endurance as she battles back from injury before switching her attention to the 1500. “As you know I have just recovered from an injury hence I can’t just go into the 1,500m straight,”

World Athletics:

“I am ready to break the world record tomorrow. I will need a pace of between 67 and 68 seconds (per lap); that would be perfect. My only fear is about the weather. If it is too warm it will be difficult.."

"It will be easier with Genzebe in the race because it is always hard to fight alone. Tomorrow we will try together.”

World Athletics:

SAFP reveals she'll only do the 100 at Worlds as she thinks the 200 is hurting her explosivness.

World Athletics:

She's been out for 10 months after shoulder surgery but has won 65 in a row but will face world leader Christina Schwanitz.

LRC Paris Preview: Team USA's Steeplers Take On The World's Best; Makhloufi, Kiplagat And Souleiman To Battle At 1,500

Fresh off a great run at the U.S. Champs, Evan JagerDonn Cabral and Dan Huling face a stacked steeple field led by '14 world #1 Jairus Birech and world/Olympic champ Ezekiel KemboiTaoufik Makhloufi, who ran 2:13.08 for 1,000 on Wednesday, takes on stalwarts Ayanleh Souleiman and Silas Kiplagat

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LRC Paris 5k Preview: Almaz Ayana & Genzebe Dibaba Will Battle for the Win -- And the World Record??

Can Ayana (14:14 pb from Shanghai in May) or Dibaba (14:18i pb from Stockholm in February) take down Tirunesh Dibaba's seven-year-old world record of 14:11.15? Behind them, the race contains the top four finishers from World XC and the top 7 fastest women over 5k in '15.

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