2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships

March 01, 2018 to March 04, 2018
Birmingham, England
Capital Sports:

And he's a big fan of 800 but not related to him.


The interview is in Spanish, but you can see his demeanor change dramatically at the 1:07 mark when he finds out.

World Athletics:

Lavillenie cleared 5.90m to Kendricks' and Lisek's 5.85m. It was a deep competition as seven athletes (including HSer Armand Duplantis who was 7th) attempted 5.90m.


Two years ago in Portland, Spanovic was in the lead, but Reese won gold with her final jump. This time it was Spanovic who responded to Reese's lead by jumping a world leading 6.96m on her last jump.


There was only one American record, but Team USA set four championship records.

World Athletics:

It was a third straight World Indoor victory for the USA women's 4x400.

The Independent:

Pozzi ran 7.46 seconds to beat out USA's Jarret Eaton by one hundredth of a second.

LRC Yomif Kejelcha Defends His 3000m World Title With Ease

He crushed the field the final lap as season #1 with the NOP ends on a high.

The Guardian:

*The Independent: Johnson-Thompson Now Wants A Golden Hat-Trick In 2018 She has one gold down with Euro Champs and Commonwealth Games to go.

Athletics Weekly:

Morris broke the "silver Sandi" streak as well as Katerina Stefanidi's 19 meet winning streak.

The Guardian:

Ryan Gregson (1500) and Michelle Jenneke (60H) also failed to make it out of the rounds.


Keni Harrison won gold in 7.70 to tie Sharika Nelvis' AR from USA Champs.


They compare a video of Chelimo's DQ to one of Mo Farah at Worlds last year where he wasn't DQed.

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