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2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Adams wins Shot Put

Valerie Adams (NZL) continues her winning streak to 53 now, after winning two Olympics, four World Championships, three indoor champions wins today at 20.38 meters. American Michelle Carter was third, 1.33 meters short.

2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Amos wins 800m

In this non-Diamond League event, the Men’s 800m David Rudisha (KEN) faded into 5th place in the last length as Nijel Amos (BOT) gets the win at 1:42.37, beating Pierre-Ambroise Bosse, who set a French record, .05 seconds behind.

2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Merritt wins 400m

Lashawn Merritt (USA) claims his 4th Diamond League win this season at 44.30 seconds, beating fellow American Gil Roberts by .32 second. Merritt leads the Diamond League with just two races left.

Tori Bowie and Justin Gatlin Dominate Diamond League Monaco

By Max Meyer American sprinters Tori Bowie and Justin Gatlin each had incredible performances in their respective competitions on Friday at the Monaco Diamond League meet. In a stacked women’s 100m field that included Allyson Felix and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Bowie ran her fastest time ever of 10.80 seconds. Bowie started her career as a long jumper, […]

2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Kiplagat wins 1500m

Asbel Kiprop (KEN) just couldn’t hold off Silas Kiplagat (KEN) who claims the win with a Diamond League Record at 3:27.64, winning by .81 seconds.

2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Martinot-Lagarde wins 110m hurdles

Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (FRA) wins his 4th straight Diamond League 110m hurdles race, setting a French record at 12.96. Winning the race by .06 seconds over Orlando Ortega (CUB).

2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Bowie wins 100m

Tori Bowie (USA) keep her Diamond League lead, beating a tough field with a World Leading time of 10.80 seconds. Veronica Campbell-Brown was 2nd, .16 second back and Allyson Felix (USA), in a rare appearance was 5th at 11.01.

2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Dibaba wins, Huddle US record in 5000m

Genzebe Dibaba (ETH) gets the win at 14:28.88 and ties Mercy Cherono (KEN), who disappointed in 7th, for the Diamond League lead. Meanhwile Molly Huddle (USA) sets a new American record at 14:42.64.

2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Wilson wins 800m

Eunice Sum’s (KEN) unbeaten season comes to an end as newly crowned US Champ Ajee Wilson gets the win by .25 seconds, posting a time of 1:57.67. Sum still leads the DL with two races left.

2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Gatlin wins 200m

Justin Gatlin (USA) scores a World Leading time at 19.68, beating Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) by .31 seconds, although Ashmeade takes the lead in the DL. Tyson Gay takes 4th at 20.22, .14 behind Christophe Lemaitre (FRA).

2014 IAAF Diamond League Series: Herculis Monaco: Fontvieille, Monaco

Since entering the IAAF Diamond League in 2010, the meeting in Monaco has been the scene of several historical races such as Brimin Kipruto’s African record setting race in 2011, finishing the 3000SC in 7:53.64, only a hundredth of a second away from

2014 IAAF Diamond League Series: Herculis Monaco: Fontvieille, Monaco

Since entering the IAAF Diamond League in 2010, the meeting in Monaco has been the scene of several historical races such as Brimin Kipruto’s African record setting race in 2011, finishing the 3000SC in 7:53.64, only a hundredth of a second away from

Diamond League Monaco Preview

Allyson Felix (Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports) Tune in to IAAF Diamond League from Monaco Friday, July 18 at 2 PM ET LIVE on Universal Sports. Click here for the full IAAF Diamond League schedule.  By Mike Rowbottom Monaco’s IAAF Diamond League meeting on Friday (18) has much to live up to this year after 2013’s […]

2013 Diamond League: Monaco: Women’s High Jump: Barrett wins

Brigetta Barrett (USA) gets the win, as the only one to clear 2.01 meters. Beating Diamond League leader Anna Chicherova (RUS) and Blanka Vlasic (CRO).

2013 Diamond League: Monaco: Men’s Triple Jump: Taylor wins

The defending World Champ, Christian Taylor, now has four wins this season in the Diamond League, winning today by .05 meters with his second jump at 17.30 meters.

2013 Diamond League: Monaco: Men’s 100m: Gatlin wins

With the 100m world being rocked by positive drug testing of athletes Gay and Powell, Justin Gatlin (USA) gets the win at 9.94, .02 over Dentarius Locke (USA).

2013 Diamond League: Monaco: Women’s 1500m: Simpson wins

Jenny Simpson (USA), defending world champ, gets the win at 4:00.48 over Hellen Obiri (KEN) by .45 seconds.

2013 Diamond League: Monaco: Women’s 100m hurdles: Harrison wins

Collegiate champ Queen Harrison gets her first big 100m hurdles international win the Diamond League, followed by Yvette Lewis (USA) and Kellie Wells (USA) for the American sweep. Olympic champ Sally Pearson (AUS) is still finding her way in 5th.

2013 Diamond League: Monaco: Men’s 5000m: Soi wins

Edwin Soi (KEN) gets the win with a world leading time and the meet record at 12:51.34, beating Albert Rop (BRN) by .62 seconds, Galen Rupp (USA) was 6th.

2013 Diamond League: Monaco: Women’s 200m: Ahoure wins win

Murielle Ahuore (CIV) gets the win at 22.24, the first woman to win two Diamond League races this season, edging out Tiffany Townsend (USA) by .02 seconds, who is turn edged out Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM) by .02 seconds.

2013 Diamond League: Monaco: Men’s 800m: Solomon wins

American Duane Solomon gets the win at 1:43.72, holding food Pierre-Ambroise Bosse (FRA) by . 04 seconds at the line.

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

Amantle Montsho (BOT) wins her 4th Diamond League race this season at 49.33, by .59 seconds, after missing the last two races.

2013 Diamond League: Monaco: Men’s 1500m: Kiprop wins

Asbel Kiprop (KEN) gets the win with a world leading time of 3:27.71 and Mo Farah (GBR) in second sets a new British record at 3:28.81.

2013 Diamond League: Monaco: Men’s 400m hurdles: Gordon wins

Jehue Gordon (TRI) gets the win in lane 8 at 48.00. The favorite Javier Culson (PUR) faded to 3rd and Johnny Dutch (USA) took second .20 seconds back.

2013 IAAF Diamond League Monaco

The Herculis is an annual track and field meet at Stade Louis II in Fontvieille, Monaco. Previously one of the five IAAF Super Grand Prix events, it is now part of the IAAF Diamond League.

2013 IAAF Diamond League Monaco (mobile)

The Herculis is an annual track and field meet at Stade Louis II in Fontvieille, Monaco. Previously one of the five IAAF Super Grand Prix events, it is now part of the IAAF Diamond League. This event airs July 19 @ 2:00pmET/11:00amPT.

Merritt shines again in Monaco

Aries Merritt of the U.S. reacts after winning the men’s 100m hurdles event at the Herculis Athletics Meet at Louis II stadium in Monaco, July 20, 2012. (REUTERS/Eric Gaillard) MONACO, July 20 (Reuters) – American hurdler Aries Merritt and Nigerian sprinter Blessing Okagbare showed that they are in prime form and real threats to the […]

2012 Track and Field Diamond League Monaco: Evan Jager breaks American Steeplechase Record

As Conselus Kipruto (KEN) chases down Paul Koech (KEN) for the win, Evan Jager (USA) breaks the nearly 6-year-old record by 2.01 seconds.

2012 Track and Field Diamond League Monaco: Jesse Williams wins High Jump

Jesse Williams (USA) was flawless until 2.33 meters, but clearing it gave him the win on count back, his second Diamond League win.

2012 Track and Field Diamond League Monaco: Nickel Ashmeade wins 200m

Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) gets a big 200m win, beating the Diamond League leader Martina Churandy (NED) by .05 seconds; Wallace Spearmon (USA) finished in 3rd.

2012 Track and Field Diamond League Monaco: Aries Merritt wins 110m hurdles

At the world leading time of 12.93 seconds, Aries Merritt (USA) gets his second Diamond League win and states his claim for gold in London.

2012 Track and Field Diamond League Monaco: Blessing Okagbare wins 100m

Blessing Okagbare (NGR) gets her second Diamond League victory, posting a time of 10.96 while beating the Americans Tianna Madison and Jeneba Tarmoh.

2012 Track and Field Diamond League Monaco: Jonathan Borlee wins 400m

In a stacked race, Jonathan Borlee (BEL) gets the win by .02 seconds over the world champ Kirani James (GRM); LaShawn Merritt (USA) doesn’t finish.

2012 Track and Field Diamond League Monaco: Asbel Kiprop wins 1500m

Asbel Kiprop (KEN), the Diamond League leader, gets his third win of the season with a World Leading time of 3:28.88.

2012 Track and Field Diamond League Monaco: USA Men’s Relay world leading time

In the men’s 4x100m, the American A squad, featuring Tyson Gay and Justin Gatlin, scored the win at 37.61 seconds despite some shaky hand-offs.

2012 Track and Field Diamond League Monaco: USA Women’s relay trouble

In the 4x100m, the B squad defeated the A squad — which featured Carmelita Jeter and Alyson Felix — due to troublesome hand-offs, which relegated them to a DQ.

2012 IAAF Diamond League: Monaco – Herculis (REPLAY)

The Herculis 2012 Meeting is the ninth stop on the Samsung Diamond League series. Watch stars Yelena Isinbayeva, Aries Merritt, David Oliver and more as they prepare for the London Olympics. (Full event replay)

Bolt pulls out of Monaco meeting

World-record holder Usain Bolt gets his right hamstring stretched out after loosing to fellow country man Yohan Blake in the 200m final at Jamaica’s Olympic trials in Kingston, Jamaica, Sunday, July 1, 2012. Blake edged Bolt by 0.03 finishing in 19.80 seconds. (AP Photo/Collin Reid) PARIS, July 5 (Reuters) – Olympic champion Usain Bolt has […]

2011 Diamond League Monaco: Usain Bolt comes back to win 100m

July 22, 2011: Usain Bolt runs down Jamaican teammate Nesta Carter to win the men’s 100m at the Diamond League meet in Monaco.

Kiplagat a surprise 1500m winner in Monaco

July 22, 2010: Silas Kiplagat of Kenya was a surprise winner and Andrew Wheating of the U.S. runs a massive PR in the 1500m at the Diamond League meet in Monaco.

2011 Diamond League Monaco: Blanka Vlasic wins high jump

July 22, 2011: Croatia’s Blanka Vlasic wins the women’s high jump competition as the lone jumper to clear 1.97 meters.

2011 Diamond League Monaco: Carmelita Jeter tops Allyson Felix in 200m

July 22, 2011: Carmelita Jeter bests Allyson Felix in the women’s 200m, while Shalonda Solomon and Bianca Knight complete a U.S. top-four sweep.

2011 Diamond League Monaco: Sally Pearson again takes 100mH

July 22, 2011: Sally Pearson wins her third consecutive 100m hurdles race in Diamond League competition, edging Kellie Wells.

2011 Diamond League Monaco: French fisticuffs thrown in 1500m

July 22, 2011: After the men’s 1500m, French teammates Mehdi Baala and Mahiedine Mekhissi Benabbad get into a fistfight on the track at the Diamond League Herculis Meeting in Monaco.

2011 Diamond League Monaco: David Rudisha dominates 800m

July 22, 2011: Kenya’s David Rudisha wins the men’s 800m running away at the Diamond League meet in Monaco.

2011 Diamond League Monaco: Farah tops Lagat in 5000m

July 22, 2011: Great Britain’s Mohammed Farah out-kicks Bernard Lagat to victory in the men’s 5000m.

2011 Diamond League Monaco: Kipruto wins men’s steeplechase

July 22, 2011: Brimin Kiprop Kipruto wins the men’s 3000m steeplechase in a time of 7:53.64.

Gatlin out of running for World Athlete of the Year

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/DENIS BALIBOUSE/FILES (Reuters) – Controversial United States sprinter Justin Gatlin is out of contention to win the IAAF’s athlete of the year award after failing to make the final three-man shortlist, the sport’s governing body announced on Friday. As widely expected, double-doper Gatlin was among those cut from the final shortlist after a two-week-long […]

Justin Gatlin Not a Finalist for World Athlete of the Year

Justin Gatlin (REUTERS/Eric Vidal) LONDON, Oct 17 (Reuters) – Controversial United States sprinter Justin Gatlin is out of contention to win the IAAF’s athlete of the year award after failing to make the final three-man shortlist, the sport’s governing body announced on Friday. As widely expected, double-doper Gatlin was among those cut from the final […]

Oslo 2022 Games pullout no blow but changes needed – IOC

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/ALY SONG (Reuters) – Oslo quitting the race to stage the 2022 Winter Olympics has not hurt the International Olympic Committee but has underlined that changes are needed to make the Games more attractive to bidders, president Thomas Bach told Reuters on Thursday. IOC head Bach said that Norway’s decision to pull out was […]

Eugene Bids to Host IAAF World Championships

Sanya Richards-Ross competing in Eugene, Oregon in 2012 (REUTERS/Steve Dipaola)  By Gene Cherry Sept 25 (Reuters) – Eugene, Oregon will bid for the 2019 IAAF world athletics championships, seeking to become the first U.S. city to host the biennial event, officials said on Thursday. Barcelona and Doha are also bidding for the championships, which attract the world’s top […]

Baseball Gains Support for Return to Olympics

Baseball was last in the Olympics in 2008 (Shutterstock) By Peter Rutherford INCHEON, South Korea, Sept 18 (Reuters) – The president of the Olympic Council of Asia has thrown his support behind baseball’s bid to return to the programme at the 2020 Tokyo Games. Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, who also heads the powerful Association of […]

Rio showing dynamism, World Cup a confidence boost

(Reuters) – Rio de Janeiro’s 2016 Olympic preparations are in full swing with organizers having rediscovered their dynamism after years of delays and the soccer World Cup boosting their confidence, IOC President Thomas Bach said on Tuesday. Branded as the ‘worst preparations ever by’ International Olympic Committee Vice President John Coates in April, work for […]

Justin Gatlin Wins Sprint Double to Extend Undefeated Run

BRUSSELS, Sept 5 (Reuters) – American Justin Gatlin proved on Friday he is the speed king for 2014 with a sprint double victory at the Diamond League finals in Brussels to put him firmly on course to complete the year without defeat. Gatlin, unbeaten in 16 races coming into the finals in Brussels, set a […]

 
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