LUZERN (SUI): Injured former NCAA Star and sub 20 runner Curtis Mitchell competing currently as pro was running for first time this summer after a long break. He clocked 20.98 in Luzern winning the B-race on Thursday.
LONDON (GBR): London 2012 boss and IAAF Vice-President Sebastian Coe has his future after 2012 as clear. “My focus post-2012 will be track and field, absolutely. There’s no question about that,” the 54-year-old London 2012 organising committee chairman told Reuters in an interview. “I am standing (again) for the (IAAF) vice-presidency (at the world championships) in Daegu and I am very clear that track and field is the reason I will stay in sport. There aren’t that many other reasons. That will be my primary focus after 2012.” Coe has been in behind the scene talks seen as a future IAAF president but he remained non-committal.
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