What happened yesterday…
IAAF: Cheruiyot, Thorkildsen and Watt world leads, Isinbayeva impresses, Bolt gets his first win in Stockholm / Cheruiyot – 14 minutes can be broken next year, ‘And it will be me’
Universal Sports: Yelena Isinbayeva appears to be back…but is she really? / Bolt wins 200 to end losing streak in Stockholm / Spectacular Solo 5000m For Vivian Cheruiyot in Stockholm
Athletics Weekly: Thorkildsen, Watt and Cheruiyot set world leads, victories from Bolt and Isinbayeva
EAA: World lead by Thorkildsen, five European victories in Stockholm
Let’s Run: Vivian Cheruiyot Sizzles, Shalane Flanagan Misses, Kenia Sinclair Stays Undefeated*, LaShawn Merritt Returns, Usain Bolt’s 20.03 Win Leaves Some Questions, Silas K Wins Again
Jamaica Gleaner: photo gallery
Track and Field News: LaShawn Merritt 2nd In Return To Racing At Stockholm DL
Herald Sun: Australian long jumper Mitchell Watt sets new national record
Greek Championships: Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou broke the Greek women’s pole vault record with 4.70m, but I can’t find any news coverage of it in Latin letters, let alone English.
What’s on the weekend…
The Terra Sarda , an EAA Area Permit Meet, takes place at Stadium Arzana on the Italian island of Sardinia. Top Jamaican sprinter Steve Mullings is among the stars.
Meet website / Live stream / Partial schedule
The Istvan Gyulai Memorial takes place today in Budapest. Asafa Powell will run the 100 meters against former Florida State star Ngoni Makusha, who is making his pro debut. Veronica Campbell-Brown will run as well.
Meet website / Schedule / Live stream
Jamaica Observer preview
The Bogota International Half Marathon , an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, takes place tomorrow in the Colombian capital. The race will see a matchup between defending champ Deriba Merga and marathon world record holder* Geoffrey Mutai.
Race website / IAAF preview
Live webcast from 10:15 AM ET
Sports Illustrated’s David Epstein: One Year Out: Semenya remains a mystery for London Olympics
Associated Press: Pistorius looking for consistency in 400 meters
The Telegraph: Mo Farah enjoys low profile as he races toward world domination
I think he’s decently well-known, and the headline makes him sound like you-know-who in the latest Harry Potter film
The Independent: Meet Minichiello: The big man behind Ennis’s grand plan
USATF athlete spotlight: Marquise Goodwin