A Kenyan-born man has won every men's world title since 1991.
This graphic shows you how track has risen in popularity since the 1970s.
To be honest, nothing much of note happened on day 1.
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Not making it in the lj may help his sprints. " “With not long jumping twice a week now, I’ve been using those days to really focus on my drive phase and my block starts, both on the curve and off the curve for the 100 and 200.”
“I’ve had a lot of messages from people wanting to know what training I’ve done in the past few weeks but it’s not about that. It’s about the months and years leading up to a race. It’s quite funny how people always think there’s some kind of magic session or a magic camp where you can go away on one altitude camp and then you’ll run amazingly.”
What about the world record of 14:11?
"I just want to thank God for the good health and form that I am enjoying at the moment. I want to run faster this season and I believe the two-lap race will enhance that course."