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Photo:Camera4/ISTAF, Karsten Warholm breaks Ed Moses’ 40 year-old ISTAF record in Berlin - Karsten Warholm wrote a piece of ISTAF history by breaking the 40 year-old meeting record of the great Edwin Moses in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium on Sunday. The Norwegian stormed to a world-class time of 47.08 seconds in the 400 m Hurdles, which is the 9th fastest ever run in this event. There were three world leading marks in the 79th edition of the ISTAF: Great Britain’s Laura Muir clocked 3:57.40 in the 1,500 m, which is also an ISTAF record, Kenya’s Hyvin Kiyeng won the 3,000 m Steeplechase in 9:06.14 and Christian Taylor of the US took the Triple Jump with 17.57 m

Photo:winner Melat Kejeta; Amanal Petros and Melat Kejeta dominated the Frankfurt Half Marathon Invitational on a warm Sunday morning. While Petros clocked 63:31 Kejeta ran a strong time of 69:04 on the flat 3k loop course inside the Frankfurt fairground. Both will head the German teams for the World Half Marathon Championships, which are planned to go ahead on 17 October in Gdynia, Poland. 

Britain's Mo Farah and Sifan Hassan of the Netherlands set respective men’s and women’s world one-hour records* at the Wanda Diamond League exhibition meeting at the King Baudouin Stadium tonight.

PHOTO:www.photorun.netArne Gabius, Melat Kejeta and Katharina Steinruck compete in Frankfurt’s World Half Marathon Championships qualifier

Peres Jepchirchir smashed the women-only race world record in the half marathon in Prague on Saturday (5).

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