Zurich’s main station concourse was packed last night, for the fourth year in a row, with people watching a pole vault competition.
Britain’s newly-established European 100 and 200 metres champion Dina Asher-Smith will race in Birmingham tomorrow against the woman who beat her to the Commonweath Games 200m title in April - Olympic 400m gold medallist Shaunae Miller-Uibo.
London's Olympic Stadium, the host last week to the new-style Athletics World Cup, will reverberate to the sound of track and field again this weekend as the 11th of the International Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League meetings of the season takes place tomorrow and Sunday (July 22).
World 60 metres record holder Christian Coleman, back after a month's injury lay-off, re-staked his claim to be considered the fastest new sprinter on the block as he won the men's 100m in Rabat in a season's best time of 9.98sec that equalled the meeting record.
Nick Butler: Thrown chairs, blood in the water and pulling a rival off a horse - some of the best fights in world sport
Violence and foul play was an enduring theme across sport last week, with differing incidents occupying varying levels on the fighting-ometer.
I got asked the classic athletics question this week.
Ten-time world champion and five-time Paralympic champion Hannah Cockroft will take to the London Stadium track again at this year's Anniversary Games on July 21 and 22.
Cuba’s 20-year-old long jumper Juan Miguel Echevarria, surprise winner at this year’s International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Indoor Championships, looks like the future of the event following today’s staggering effort at the Diamond League meeting in Stockholm.
The focus on field events will be intense in tomorrow’s International Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League meeting in the Stockholm Olympic Stadium - especially given the presence of Sweden’s brightest star of the moment, 18-year-old pole vaulter Armand "Mondo" Duplantis.
Karsten Warholm was the toast of Oslo this time last year as he earned a breakthrough 400 metres hurdles win over Olympic champion Kerron Clement of the United States, lowering his Norwegian record to 48.25 seconds.
As he mulls over his job offers this summer, Arsene Wenger will be able at least to reflect upon, okay, not a Champions League win, but something perfect. 2003-2004.
An expected crowd of 30,000 in Rome's Olympic Stadium will witness what promises to be a compelling men's 100 metres race tomorrow as the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League arrives in Europe for the first time this season.
Historic Hayward Field - soon to be ambitiously redeveloped - hosted its last big night of athletics as the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League meeting concluded in Eugene, Oregon with a series of sprinting performances that also offered the promise of breath-taking spectacles in the near future.
Rohler rises to the occasion as Germany’s javelin aces give historic Hayward Field a final Diamond League flourish
Germany’s Olympic javelin champion Thomas Rohler produced a meeting record of 89.88 metres to finish clear of his two home rivals - world champion Johannes Vetter and Andreas Hofmann - on the opening night of the International Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League event in Eugene, Oregon.
The field for this weekend's 44th edition of the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon - the third stop in the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League series - promises suitably memorable action for what will be the last major meeting in the venerable surrounds of Hayward Field.