The IAAF tweeted, "The IAAF has not considered postponing or cancelling any road event at the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019. There are contingency plans for all possible scenarios in place, but none have been activated."
Wilson says the last 300m really drags on and "it feels like you're sprinting forever."
He says it's something flying is something he'd like to do professionally after his track career is done.
Will she she finally come through after disappointing performances at previous world champs and Olympics?
Because of the Doha heat, the race is being run at 11:30PM, so won't finish until after 3AM. On the bright side, it actually won't feel that late for Dunfee because Qatar is 10 hours ahead of Vancouver.
"Many of the runners will be used to running in hot conditions, but none will have run a Championship marathon at such a time, finishing in the early hours of the morning. Mentally, physically and physiologically it is going to be a new test for all."
Article has some interesting insights like how Henrik and Filip were first national cross country skiing champions and switched to running because skiing was too easy.
Ingle reports that workers are already "blanking off the top section of the 40,000" seat stadium to make it look good on tv and that "migrant workers and children will be bused in to stop the stadium appearing more than half-empty on TV."
"I'm sure they will report back as soon as they've established the facts to the IAAF."
“I saw more of his fun-loving side and liked that more than I liked actually watching him run."
Quigley said on instagram, "It's been a rollercoaster both mentally and physically and while I don't know if I'll be able to steeple on Friday at the World Championships, I really appreciate all the support..."