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2014 Diamond League: Zurich: Bailey-Cole wins 100m

In the non Diamond League race, Kemar Bailey-Cole (JAM) gets the win at 9.96 seconds, beating Michael Rodgers (USA) by .11 seconds. Returning Tyson Gay (USA) finished 9th at 10.35 and returning Asafa Powell (JAM) finished 4th at 10.07.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Kuchina wins Diamond League

Just when it looked like it was all over for Mariya Kuchina (RUS) in Women’s High Jump, Ana Simic (CRO) fails to clear 2.00 meters, and Kuchina gets the win and the points to become the Diamond League winner.

2014 Diamon d League: Zurich: British Women win 4x100m

Philip, Nelson, Onuora and Henry upset both the Americans and the Jamaicans in the non-Diamond League race by .12 seconds. With a time of 42.21 seconds, they set a British Record as well.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Harper-Nelson wins Diamond League

Queen Harrison (USA), the Diamond League leader in the Women’s 100m hurdles, tumbles in the final race of the season, and Dawn Harper-Nelson (USA) cruises to victory, scoring enough points to win her third straight Diamond.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Ndiku wins Diamond League

In the Men’s 5000m, Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku (KEN) wins the final by .31 seconds and with the double points claim the Diamond League title by just one point over Yenew Alamirew (ETH) who finished 12th today.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Amos wins Diamond League

In the Men’s 800m, Nijel Amos (BOT) wins the final and scores enough points to win the Diamond League over David Rudisha (KEN) by four points, who finished 3rd today.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Taylor wins Diamond League

In the Men’s Triple Jump, Christian Taylor (USA) turned it on when he needed it, winning last week in Birmingham, and today in the Final at 17.51 meters to scores enough points over the leader Will Claye (USA) to win his third straight Diamond League

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Campbell-Brown wins Diamond League

In the Women’s 100m, Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM) gets the win, just edging Murielle Ahoure (CIV) at the line. With the Double points she takes the Diamond League title away from Kerron Stewart (JAM) by 3 points who was 5th today.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Edward wins Diamond League

In the Men’s 200m, Alonso Edward (PAN) gets the win at 19.95, .06 seconds over Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) and with that win takes the Diamond from Ashmeade as well by just one point.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Bartoletta wins Diamond League

In Women’s long jump, although Ivana Spanovic (SRB) won the final event and tied Tianna Bartoletta (USA) in points, Bartoletta won more events during the season and is awarded the diamond.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Reese Hoffa wins Diamond League

In Men’s Shot Put, with the third biggest throw of the year Reese Hoffa nails 21.88 to get the win on the day and on the season by ten points over David Storl. Reese also won in 2012.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Tinsley wins Diamond League

In the Men’s 400m hurdles, Cornel Fredericks (RSA) surprises the field with a win, holding off Michael Tinsley (USA) who managed enough points to win the Diamond over two-time winner Javier Culson (PUR) by four points.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Merritt wins Diamond League

Lashawn Merritt (USA) wins his second straight Diamond League title in the Men’s 400m, and although he didn’t need too, he won the final as well in 43.36 seconds. Gil Roberts (USA) was 2nd.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Simpson wins Diamond League

Americans Jenny Simpson and Shannon Rowbury crash together at the line in the Women’s 1500m and Simpson gets the win by .01 at 3:59.92. With the win Simpson claims enough points to become the 2014 Diamond League winner as well.

2014 FIVB Women’s Club World Championships: Zurich, Switzerland: Bronze & Gold

Zurich will open its doors to the volleyball family for a second year running when it welcomes six of the world’s premier clubs for the eighth edition of the FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championships.

2014 FIVB Women’s Club World Championships: Zurich, Switzerland: Semifinals

Zurich will open its doors to the volleyball family for a second year running when it welcomes six of the world’s premier clubs for the eighth edition of the FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championships.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich Final: Diamond Winners part 1

Check out all the Diamond League winners receiving their awards on the first night of competition.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich Final: Oliver wins 110m hurdles

The newly crowned World Champ David Oliver (USA) wins his third race and claims the Diamond in the Men’s 110m hurdles.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich Final: USA wins 4×100

In the non-Diamond League event, despite having Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce on their side, Team Jamaica came in .11 seconds short, as Americans Pierre, Anderson, Townsend and Williams grabbed the win.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich Final: Kiplagat wins 1500m

In the Men’s 1500 final, Silas Kiplagat gets his second win, by .67 seconds over Ayanleh Souleiman. Souleiman won three races earlier and claims the overall Diamond League win.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich Final: Merritt wins 400m

In the Men’s 400m, World Champ Lashawn Merritt gets the better of Olympic Champ Kirani James onece again, to win the final and claim the overall Diamond League win as well.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich Final: Usain Bolt wins 100m

In the final men’s 100m race of the Diamond League season, Jamacian Usain Bolt ran a slow, 9.90, Nickel Ashmeade was 2nd. Though he finished 3rd today, Justin Gatlin’s three wins this season allowed him to claim the overall Diamond League title.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich Final: Fraser-Pryce wins 200m

Olympic and World Champ Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM) gets the win in the Women’s 200m Final. She also won the first race of the season and claims the Diamond League win as well.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich Final: Symmonds wins 800

In a non-Diamond League event, Nick Symmonds (USA) gets the win by .23 seconds over Marcin Lewandowski (POL) at 1:43.56, Duane Solomon (USA) misses the podium by .10 seconds in 4th.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich Final: Defar wins 5000m

Olympic Champ Meseret Defar (ETH) pulls away from World Champ Tirunesh Dibaba (ETH) in the last 200m, each had two wins this season and with this final win for Defar, she wins the Diamond League.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich

In addition to the 17 final events, the 2013 Zurich program of events will include the men’s 200m, the men’s 800m, and the 4x100m women’s relay. Usain Bolt’s 19.66 meeting record in the 200m and Mohammed Aman’s dramatic upset victory over David Rudisha were just a pair of the highlights at the Weltklasse Zurich in 2012.

2013 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich (mobile)

In addition to the 17 final events, the 2013 Zurich program of events will include the men’s 200m, the men’s 800m, and the 4x100m women’s relay. Usain Bolt’s 19.66 meeting record in the 200m and Mohammed Aman’s dramatic upset victory over David Rudisha were just a pair of the highlights at the Weltklasse Zurich in 2012. This event airs Aug 29 @2:00pmET.

2012 Diamond League Zurich: Chemos crashes in Steeplechase, still wins

Milcah Chemos (KEN) crashed on the second to lap, but once Sofia Assefa (ETH) stepped out of her lane, Chemos was able to gain speed and win the Diamond League title.

2012 Diamond League Zurich: Resse Hoffa wins Shot Put

The Olympic bronze medalist Resse Hoffa (USA) wins his 5th Diamond League event with a throw of 21.64 meters to win his first Diamond League title.

2012 Diamond League Zurich: USA wins Men’s 4x100m relay

In a non-Diamond League race, Darvis Patton, Wallace Spearmon, Tyson Gay and Ryan Bailey (USA) defeated the Jamaican team — minus Yohan Blake and Usain Bolt — by .17 seconds.

2012 Diamond League Zurich: Isiah Koech wins 5,000m Diamond Legaue

Isiah Koech (KEN) wins the final two races, finishing at 12:58.98, to secure the Diamond League title.

2012 Diamond League Zurich: Dawn Harper wins 100m hurdles

Team USA sweeps the finals as Dawn Harper gets the win and the Diamond League title over Kellie Wells who finished third behind Queen Harrison.

2012 Diamond League Zurich: Sanya Richards-Ross wins 400m final

Olympic champ Sanya Richards-Ross wins the 400m by .12 seconds over Amantle Montsho (BOT), who took home the Diamond League title due to better placing throughout the season.

2012 Diamond League Zurich: Aman beats Rudisha for 400m Diamond

Not only did the rain ruin David Rudisha’s (KEN) plans for a new world record, but Mohammed Aman (ETH) beat him by .28 seconds and secured the Diamond League title.

2012 Diamond League Zurich: Fraser-Pryce beats Jeter for 100m Diamond

With double points on the line, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM) scored the win at 10.83 seconds in the rain, winning the Diamond League title over Carmelita Jeter (USA).

2012 Diamond League Zurich: Taylor wins 400m hurdles

Angelo Taylor (USA) wins at 48.29 seconds, but Javier Culson (PUR), with four previous wins, takes home the Diamond League title.

2012 Diamond League Zurich: 200m Usain Bolt Wins; Ashmeade takes Diamond title

Usain Bolt (JAM) sets a new meeting record at 19.66 seconds, but with more races overall this season, Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) wins the Diamond League title.

2012 Diamond League Zurich: Blake wins 100m; Gay is DQ’d

In the non-Diamond League race, Tyson Gay (USA) false starts and is DQ’d, while Yohan Blake (JAM) cruises to victory at 9.76 seconds for the win.

2012 IAAF Diamond League: Zurich-Weltklasse (REPLAY)

As many as 42 Olympic medalists will be competing in an exciting post-London showdown. Weltklasse Zürich, true to its reputation, will again stage competitions at Olympic levels with scheduled stars Usain Bolt, David Rudisha and more! (Full event replay)

2011 Diamond League Zurich: Carmelita Jeter edges Allyson Felix in 200m

September 8, 2011: Carmelita Jeter bests American teammate Allyson Felix to win the women’s 200m at the Diamond League Weltklasse meeting in Zurich.

2011 Diamond League Zurich: Jenn Suhr wins women’s pole vault

September 8, 2011: Jenn Suhr of the United States wins the women’s pole vault after early exits by Yelena Isinbayeva and Fabiana Murer at the Diamond League Weltklasse meeting in Zurich.

2011 Diamond League Zurich: Mariya Savinova surges to 800m win

September 8, 2011: Mariya Savinova surges over the final 200m to win the women’s 800m at the Diamond League Weltklasse meeting in Zurich.

2011 Diamond League Zurich: Kaliese Spencer wins 400m hurdles

September 8, 2011: Kaliese Spencer of Jamaica wins the 400m hurdles at the Diamond League Weltklasse meeting in Zurich.

2011 Diamond League Zurich: Kirani James beats LaShawn Merritt in 400m

September 8, 2011: Kirani James of Grenada tops American LaShawn Merritt to win the men’s 400m at the Diamond League Weltklasse meeting in Zurich.

2011 Diamond League Zurich: Dayron Robles wins 110m hurdles

September 8, 2011: Dayron Robles of Cuba wins the 110m hurdles at the Diamond League Weltklasse meeting in Zurich.

2011 Diamond League Zurich: Yohan Blake runs PR 9.82 in 100m

September 8, 2011: Yohan Blake of Jamaica runs a personal-best 9.82 to beat Asafa Powell and Walter Dix in the men’s 100m at the Diamond League Weltklasse meeting in Zurich.

Battle of the Continents for Track and Field’s Best

Lashawn Merritt (REUTERS/Ruben Sprich) Watch the IAAF Continental Cup on Saturday and Sunday, September 13-14, at 9 PM ET on Universal Sports or watch LIVE online.  Bernard Lagat was one of the stars of the last IAAF Continental Cup, winning both the 3000m and 5000m in Split. At this year’s edition in Marrakech in 13-14 […]

Allyson Felix Races for Diamond Race Trophy

Allyson Felix (Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports) Brussels will host the second of two finals for the 2014 IAAF Diamond League series as 16 more Diamond Race winners will be crowned on Friday, September 5 at 2 PM ET LIVE on Universal Sports Network. Of those 16 events, the Diamond Race champions have already been decided […]

Poland’s Wlodarczyk sets women’s hammer world record

(Reuters) – Poland’s European hammer champion Anita Wlodarczyk set a world record of 79.58 metres at the ISTAF meeting in Berlin’s Olympic stadium on Sunday. The London 2012 Olympics silver medallist improved the world record by 16 centimetres from the 79.42 set by Germany’s Betty Heidler in 2011. Heidler finished second on Sunday. “A standing […]

Amos beats Rudisha again, Merritt cruises home

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/RUBEN SPRICH (Reuters) – Botswana’s Nijel Amos repeated his CommonwealthGames win over Olympic champion David Rudisha in the men’s 800 meters at the Weltklasse meeting in Zurich on Thursday. Amos surged down the home straight to win while Rudisha, who tried to attack from the back, did not have the legs to catch him […]

Usain Bolt Ends 2014 Season Early

Usain Bolt (REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett) Aug 24 (Reuters) – World record holder and six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt has decided to end his 2014 season and will not compete in the 100 meters in Thursday’s IAAF Diamond League Final in Zurich, organizers said on Sunday. The decision, which Bolt’s manager Ricky Simms confirmed to Reuters, came […]

Usain Bolt Breaks World Indoor 100m Record

Usain Bolt (REUTERS/Kacper Pempel) WARSAW, Aug 23 (Reuters) – Six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt broke 10 seconds for the first time this season when he won a 100m race under a closed roof at the National Stadium in Warsaw on Saturday. The Jamaican clocked 9.98 seconds into a slight breeze at the Kamila Skolimowska Memorial […]

Usain Bolt Races on the Beach in Rio

Usain Bolt runs on Copacabana beach (REUTERS/Sergio Moraes) By Seth Rubinroit Usain Bolt ran his first 100m race of 2014, winning with a time of 10.06 seconds. The race took place on Sunday on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janiero. Bolt missed the beginning of the 2014 season while recovering from a foot injury. He returned […]

Athletics-Steeplechase winner disqualified for shirtless celebration

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/ARND WIEGMANN (Reuters) – Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad was stripped of the 3,000 metres steeplechase gold medal after performing a shirtless celebration down the final straight at the European Athletics championships on Thursday. The Frenchman, well clear of the rest of the field, pulled off his vest as he came around the final bend, put it […]

 
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