(Simon Turnbull for World Athletics Heritage) At the start of October in 1975, distance running for women was still a fringe activity. For women Olympians, laying the foundations for the following year’s Games in Montreal, there was nothing farther than a mile to test their endurance. The 1500m was the limit of their horizon. But not of their ambition, thankfully.

“Greatness is doing things that no one has ever done before” PUMA Ambassador and World Record Holder Usain Bolt shares his motivation to become the greatest sprinter of all time

Herzogenaurach, Germany, January 5th, 2022 – The world record holder and retired Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt speaks about his motivation to become the greatest sprinter of all time in a video interview with sports company PUMA.

Organisers of the Millrose Games have announced that Trayvon Bromell, the fastest man in the world over 100m this year, will lead a high-quality men’s 60m field for the World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold meeting on 29 January.

(World Athletics) - As the year draws to a close, we look back at the key moments of 2021 in each area of the sport.

The series continues with a review of road running and will be followed over the coming days by reviews of other event groups.

PARIS, Kentucky — Thousands of runners aged 7-18 vied for a title at the USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championship. Twelve athletes were crowned national champions and 300 earned All-American recognition.