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# On track

All time
Murray conjures up Olympics repeat to derail the Fed Express
The US Open champion just made the race for the world number one ranking a bit more interesting.
Bolt confirms Rio 'three-peat' bid
Speaking in Auckland today, Bolt, who won double sprint gold in Beijing and London, swept aside speculation that he could challenge for the 400 metres or long jump in Brazil.
Olympic themes: the best and worst of Summer Games songs
How does the London 2012 theme shape up to those of yester-Olympics?
Magic moment: young athletes run race together after starting gun fright
One young runner returned to the starting line to give his friend a helping hand.
Subdued miner Pena returns to run New York City Marathon
“I’m very fortunate to have a team of therapists, and right now I feel pretty good,” said Chilean miner who earned the nickname, The Runner.
WATCH: O’Lionaird qualifies for 1500m semis
The Corkman will go again on Thursday after a powerful finish in this morning’s heat.
Daegu days: False start rule ends Cuddihy's challenge
Here’s everything you need to know about day two at the IAAF World Championships.
Daegu days: Cuddihy best of the Irish as the Worlds get underway
Here’s everything you need to know about Day One at the IAAF World Championships.