Popular run returns to Cambridgeshire village
World women's marathon record holder is not included in UK Athletics' World Class Performance Programme.
Its been a week where nine athletes and four gymnasts from this region can prepare for London 2012 knowing they're part of Team GB.
Cambridgeshire's Robbie Grabarz has failed to repeat his Olympic success and win a medal in the men's high jump final at the World Athletics Championships in Moscow.
The Olympic bronze medallist from St Neots qualified with the joint best height - 2.29 metres.
It was a height he equalled on Thursday but Grabarz couldn't clear the next mark up - 2.32 metres. It was three failures and out leaving him in 8th place.
Cambridgeshire's Robbie Grabarz has found some form and is safely through to the final of the men's high jump at the World Athletics Championships in Moscow.
Grabarz, from St Neots, produced the joint best clearance of 2.29 metres in the qualifying session. The Olympic bronze medallist will bid for a World medal on Thursday 15 August.
Olympic high jump medallist Robbie Grabarz was crowned UK Indoor high jump champion in Sheffield.
The St Neot's athlete failed to get a new British record, but continued his preparations for next month's European Indoor Championships with a season's best, winning with a jump of 2.31 metres.
After his win, Grabarz said: "The target is to win in Gothenburg and I am looking forward to it"
Harlow's Andrew Osagie has missed out on a medal in the men's 800 metre Olympic final.
It was won by Kenyan David Rudisha, who broke the world record with a time of 1 minute and 40.91 seconds.
Osagie came in last but ran a personal best, and became Britain's fourth fastest ever 800 metre runner.