Olympic gold medallist Sally Pearson has emerged from another injury scare, even hungrier to defend her world title in August.
Triple Olympian Lee Troop paid Jake Birtwhistle the highest of compliments when he described the Launceston teenager's stunning performance in Sunday's Launceston Ten as "Mottramesque".
Injuries, an Olympic Games and a wedding to plan - Canberra hurdler Lauren Boden is using her whirlwind three years on and off the track to break a personal-best drought on a European mission.
National 5000m champion Cameron Page has won the 5000m at the Paavo Nurmi Games in Turku, Finland just over a week after his European debut victory over 1500m.
Even by Jake Birtwhistle's lofty standards, yesterday was a special day.
Olympians Ben St Lawrence and Lisa Weightman were crowned Australian 10km Road Running Champions after winning yesterday's B&E Launceston Ten.
Javelin thrower Kim Mickle says she is confident she can post a victory on the Diamond League circuit, as she continues her build-up to August's world championships in Moscow.
Numerous records are under threat when what organisers believe is the best 10-kilometre field ever assembled in Australia hits the streets of Launceston on Sunday.
Olympic and world champion Sally Pearson has earmarked the Ostrava Golden Spike meet on June 27 for her return to competition after recovering from her second hamstring tear this year.
Round 4 of the XCR'13 series -- Brimbank Park Cross Country. See the runners tackle the Col de Brimbank, join in with Richmond Harriers as they celebrate 100...
Ron Clarke’s life is one that has been dominated by running: around the athletics tracks of the world; for public office; and the direction of philanthropic organisations.
The passion of state versus state competition seen in rugby league's State of Origin could help reinvigorate Australian athletics.
Early in April the Australian Sports Commission sent a missive to Athletics Australia and Little Athletics Australia requesting that they merge by the end of the financial year.
Since making his Olympic debut in London Martin Dent has broadened his running horizons.
National 400m bronze medallist Joshua Ralph has won one of the most physically demanding races in Australian athletics, the Balmoral Burn.
Jared Tallent has broken a five year winning drought in the IAAF Race Walking Challenge with victory over 20km in La Coruna, Spain.
Australia's throwers continue to perform strongly with Kim Mickle finishing second at the Diamond League in Eugene, USA and Julian Wruck setting a new NCAA discus record.
Sydney University have broken the men's and women's course records in muddy conditions at the NSW Cross Country Relay Championships at Miranda Park in southern Sydney.
Disappointment with her performance at last year's Olympic Games is fuelling the current success of javelin thrower Kim Mickle.