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2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Zevina wins 100m Back in photo finish

Swimmer Daryna Zevina (UKR) finished with a time of 57.48, beating Katinka Hosszu by just .01 seconds to take victory in the event.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Thomas Shields wins 100m Fly

Thomas Shields (USA)won with a time of 48.80, beating 2nd place swimmer Chad Le Clos (RSA) by .25 seconds. Shields also won yesterday’s 100m Backstroke.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Efimova edges Atkinson in 50m Breast

Iullia Efimova (RUS) got the win over yesterday’s 100m breaststroke winner Alia Atkinson (JAM), by a margin of .03 seconds. Efimova finished with a winning time of 29.22.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: FRA sets mixed 4x50m Free World Record

Just one day after setting the world record for the mixed medley 4×50 relay, France showed up strong again today to set another one with a time of 1:31.14. The previous record of 1:32.52 was held by Japan.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Jeanette Gray wins 50m Free

Jeanette Ottesen Gray (DEN) won with a time of 25.06 to earned her 2nd gold this week. Katinka Hosszu (HUN) finished last in the event with a time of 27.20.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: American Shields 2nd in 200m Back

Thomas Shields (USA) finished with a time of 1:51.64, losing to swimmer Radoslaw Kawecki (POL). Kawecki finished with a winning time of 1:48.93.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Katinka Hosszu wins 100IM

Katinka Hosszu continued her reign of dominance, winning the 100im with a time of 58.43. Hosszu was the winner of yesterday’s 200IM and 200m freestyle. This is her 4th gold in 2 days.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Morozov beats Schoeman in 50m Free

In a confusing turn of events, Vladimir Morozov received the win with a time of 21.03 over world record hold Roland Schoeman. At the end of the race it appeared Schoeman had won after what was thought to be a Morozov DQ. American Ervin finished 3rd.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Le Clos beats To in 200IM

Kenneth To (AUS) came into this race as the clear favorite to win but it was Chad Le Clos (RSA) who ruined his day. Le Clos finished with a time of 1:53.32, beating To by 1.04 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Katinka Hosszu wins 200m Fly

Katinka Hosszu (HUN) picked up her 3rd gold medal in 2 days after winning the 200m Butterfly with a time of 2:06.60. Hosszu was the winner of yesterday’s 200IM and 200m freestyle.

2013 FINA Swimming World Cup: Doha: Day 2

International top-swimmers meet up in Doha to compete for valuable World Cup points and increased prize money. Which athletes can capitalize on their performance to be in top position in the race for the treasured World Cup titles?

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: FRA breaks World Record in Mixed 4x50m

Swimmers Jeremy Stravius, Giacomo Perez Dortona, Melanie Henique and Anna Santamans represented team France as they finished with a record breaking time of 1:39.54. They broke the previous record of 1:41.70 held by Russia.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Katinka Hosszu wins 200IM

Katinka Hosszu picked up her 2nd gold medal of the day after winning the 200IM with a time of 2:05:45. Hosszu was the winner of the 200m freestyle early in the day.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: American Shields wins 100m Back

Thomas Shields (USA) won with a time of 50.23, just narrowly beating Robert Hurley (AUS) by .06 seconds. Shields was trailing most of the race but began to make his final push for victory in the last 25m.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Jeanette Gray wins 100m Fly

Jeanette Ottesen Gray (DEN) won with a time of 56.74, easily beating swimmers Li Tao (SIN) and Katinka Hosszu (HUN). Gray suffered a shoulder injury earlier this year but has looked impressive so far this season.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Alia Atkinson wins 100m Breaststroke

Alia Atkinson (JAM) finished the breaststroke with a winning time of 1:03.38. Atkinson looked to be making a run at the world record at the halfway mark but lost speed in her final 25m.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Roland Schoeman wins 50m Breaststroke

Roland Schoeman (RSA) finished with a winning time of 25.89 over swimmer Florent Manaudou (FRA). This is Schoeman’s 5th consecutive gold in this world cup season.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Katinka Hosszu wins 200m Free

Katinka Hosszu (HUN) finished with a winning time of 1:53.53, beating swimmer Femke Heemskerk by just .12 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: American Ervin gets 2nd in 100m Free

Anthony Ervin (USA) finished with a time of 46.64, losing only to swimmer Vladimir Morozov (RUS). Morozov finished with a winning time of 45.94.

2013 FINA Swimming World Cup: Doha: Day 1

International top-swimmers meet up in Doha to compete for valuable World Cup points and increased prize money. Which athletes can capitalize on their performance to be in top position in the race for the treasured World Cup titles?

Rudisha keeps his cool to see off Aman in Doha

May 10 (Reuters) – Kenya’s world record holder and Olympic champion David Rudisha had to work hard to secure victory over Ethiopian teenager Mohammed Aman in the 800 meters at the opening Diamond League meeting of the season in Doha on Friday. London Games sprint champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce of Jamaica won the women’s 200 and […]

2013 Diamond League: Doha: Men’s 100m: Justin Gatlin wins

In the first Diamond League of the season Gatlin (USA) gets the win at 9.97 seconds, .02 over Michael Rodgers (USA). Nesta Carter (JAM) was 3rd at 9.99 as well.

2013 Diamond League: Doha: Women’s 200m: Fraser-Pryce wins

The two time Olympic 100m champ Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce picks up the first 200m win of the new season over fellow Jamaican Sherone Simpson at 22.48 by .25 seconds.

2013 Diamond League: Doha: Men’s 3000m, Gebrhiwet wins

In the final lap, Hagos Gebrhiwet (ETH) crushed the field by 1.65 seconds to get the first win of the season with a World Leading time of 7:30.36.

2013 Diamond League: Doha: Men’s 800: Rudisha wins

Mohammed Aman (ETH) thought he could get another win from the World Record holder David Rudisha (KEN), but Rudisha had the speed at the end to secure the win at 1:43.87, by .34 seconds.

2013 Diamond League: Doha: Women’s 400m: Montsho wins

Allyson Felix (USA) just seemed to run out of gas in the final stretch as Amantle Montsho (USA) picks up the first win of the season at 49.88, .31 seconds faster than Felix.

2013 Diamond League: Doha: Women’s 100m hurdles: Dawn Harper

The Olympic silver medalist Dawn Harper leads the (nearly) all American field across the line at 12.60. Kellie Wells came in at 12.73, Queen Harrison at 12.74 and Lolo Jones in 5th at 12.97 seconds.

2013 Diamond League: Doha: Men’s 400m hurdles: Tinsley wins

At the start of the Diamond League season, Michael Tinsley (USA) gets the win over his fellow countryman Bershawn Jackson by .2 seconds, at 48.92 seconds

2013 Diamond League: Doha: Women’s 1500m: Aregawi wins

In the first Diamond League of the season, Abeba Aregawi (SWE) gets the win at 3:56.66, .32 seconds over Faith Chepngetiah (KEN).

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Doha, Qatar

Doha 2013, the first meeting in the Samsung Diamond League calendar, is pouring more glitter on the 10th of May Athletics extravaganza by adding 800m Olympic gold medalist David Rudish to a dream lineup.

Blake to run at opening Doha Diamond League meeting

March 4 (Reuters) – Jamaica’s 100 meters world champion Yohan Blake is the first high-profile athlete to sign up for the opening Diamond League event in Doha, organizers said on Monday. The meeting on May 10 in Qatar is the first of the 14 Diamond League fixtures. “This will be my first time in Qatar […]

Gatlin runs down tired Powell for victory in Doha

Justin Gatlin of the U.S., Asafa Powell of Jamaica and Nesta Carter, also of Jamaica, run during the men’s 100m at the IAAF Diamond League athletics meet, in Doha, May 11, 2012. (REUTERS/Mohammed Dabbous) By Regan Doherty DOHA, May 11 (Reuters) – The U.S got the better of sprint rivals Jamaica in the season-opening Diamond […]

2012 Diamond League Doha: Chondrokoukis Jumps Over Williams

Dimitrios Chondrokoukis (GRE) again gets the better of the World Champ, Jesse Williams (USA) to start the season.

2012 Diamond League Doha: Dix Takes First 200m

Setting a new meet record at 20.02, Dix (USA) gets the first win of the new season, by .24 seconds.

2012 Diamond League Doha: Cheruiyot defeats Defar

In the first race of the new season, Vivian Jepkemoi Cheruiyot (KEN) holds off Meseret Defar (ETH) for the win by .05 seconds.

2012 Diamond League Doha: Merritt wins 1st Diamond League 400m

Merritt (USA) gets the first win of the new season with a meet record at 44.19, as he makes his way to defend his Olympic title.

2012 Diamond League Doha: Kiplagat over Kiprop

An inadvertent bump in the final length may have helped Silas Kiplagat hold off fellow Kenyan Asbel Kiprop, to get the win by .15 seconds.

2012 Diamond League Doha: Felix beats Fraser & Brown in 100m

In a bit of a surprise, American and 200m champ Allyson Felix takes down Veronica Campbell Brown and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce – by .2 seconds.

2012 Diamond League Doha: Gatlin beats Powell at the line

In a non Diamond League 100m race, Powell (JAM) had a great start, but Gatlin (USA) managed to catch him at the line at 9.87 seconds.

2012 Diamond League Doha: Rudisha Rules 800m

World champ and record holder Rudisha (KEN) picks up a win in a non Diamond League race, at 1:43.10.

2012 IAAF Diamond League Doha: May 11, 2012 (REPLAY)

Doha hosts the first major outdoor event of 2012 as the Diamond League season gets underway.

Diamond League season launched in Doha

(L-R) Meseret Defar of Ethiopia, Allyson Felix of the U.S., Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica and Vivian Cheruiyot of Kenya pose during a news conference for the Diamond League athletics meet in Doha, May 10, 2012. (REUTERS/Mohammed Dabbous) By Mike Rowbottom for the IAAF Doha, Qatar – Speaking on the eve of the Samsung Diamond League […]

2011 Diamond League Doha: Walter Dix wins 200m

May 6, 2011: Walter Dix of the U.S. wins the men’s 200m at the Diamond League meet in Doha.

2011 Diamond League Doha: Funmi Jimoh wins long jump

May 6, 2011: American Funmi Jimoh clears a world-best 6.88m to win the women’s long jump at the Diamond League meet in Doha.

2011 Diamond League Doha: Kellie Wells wins 100m hurdles

May 6, 2011: American Kellie Wells runs a personal-best 12.58 to beat Lolo Jones in the women’s 100m hurdles at the Diamond League meet in Doha.

2011 Diamond League Doha: Teddy Tamgho wins triple jump

May 6, 2011: World indoor record holder Teddy Tamgho of France wins the men’s triple jump at the Diamond League meet in Doha.

2011 Diamond League Doha: Dylan Armstrong wins shot put

May 6, 2011: Canada’s Dylan Armstrong wins the men’s shot put at the Diamond League meet in Doha.

2011 Diamond League Doha: Petr Frydrych wins javelin

May 6, 2011: Petr Frydrych of Czech Republic win the men’s javelin at the Diamond League meeting in Doha.

2011 Diamond League Doha: Jesse Williams wins high jump

May 6, 2011: Jesse Williams wins the men’s high jump at the Diamond League meeting in Doha.

2011 Diamond League Doha: L.J. Van Zyl wins 400m hurdles

May 6, 2011: L.J. Van Zyl of South Africa upsets American Bershawn Jackson to win the men’s 400m hurdles at the Diamond League meet in Doha.

2011 Diamond League Doha: Yenew Alamirew wins 3000m

May 6, 2011: Ethiopia’s Yenew Alamirew surges to victory in the men’s 3000m at the Diamond League meeting in Doha.

2011 Diamond League Doha: Allyson Felix wins 400m

May 6, 2011: American Allyson Felix holds off a stiff challenge from Botswana’s Amantle Montsho to win the women’s 400m at the Diamond League meet in Doha.

 
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