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LA 2028 celebrates the grand opening of USC Village

LOS ANGELES, August 18, 2017 - The University of Southern California today opened USC Village, a $700 million, 15-acre residential and retail complex that will house more than 2,500 students above a variety of dining and shopping options.    USC Village will serve as the LA 2028 Media Village, a key component of LA 2028’s ‘Main Press Center (MPC) cluster.’ The MPC cluster is anchored by USC’s brand new Annenberg Hall, a five-minute walk from the Media Village, offering members of the media unprecedented convenience, state-of-the-art ...


World athletics attention turns to Doha as IAAF World Championships flag is handed over

LONDON, August 16, 2017 - Doha has become the next host city of the world’s third biggest sporting event following a momentous handover ceremony in the London 2017 Stadium, broadcast to a global audience as this year’s World Championships came to a spectacular end. Doha will host the IAAF World Championships in Athletics at Khalifa International Stadium in two years’ time, bringing athletics’ flagship event to the Middle East for the first time in history. Commenting on the IAAF World Championships Doha 2019, President of the Organising Committee, H.E. ...
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'This is just the beginning' Ethiopia's distance queen Almaz Ayana insists

By Haileegziabher Adhanom
LONDON, AUGUST, 8, 2017 - With triple world and double 5000-10,000m Olympic champion Mo Farah saying goodbye to his beloved track, one of the questions raised by the eternal fans of distance races and the 10,000m in particular, is who is going to become the poster athlete, for an event on the verge of disappearance. In winning the women’s 10,000m gold in London, Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana, the world record holder and Olympic champion has put her name firmly atop the candidate list.  Her dominance in the 10,000m race saw her go nearly a lap ahead of her competitors in the track, before ...


Usain Bolt finishes spectacular career with unfinished race as Britain grab rely glory

By Haileegziabher Adhanom
LONDON, August 13, 2017 – It all ended with the greatest sprinter of all time down on the ground, crumpled in agony. It also ended with eruption of joy throughout London Stadium as Great Britain’s 4x100m relay won a surprise relay gold. The British quartet of Chijindu Ujah, Adam Gemili, Dany Talbot and Nathnaeel Mitchel-Blake grabbed Britain’s first ever relay gold medal at the World Championships with a time of 37.47, closely followed by United States and Japan. Meanwhile the defending Champions, and favorites, Usain Bolt’s Jamaica didn’t finish the race. Running as their anchor leg, ...
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