Eliud Kipchoge set an unofficial new world record at the special race but narrowly missed out on his attempt to break the two-hour barrier.Read the full story ›
A British man has died taking part in the Malta marathon, reportedly a mile from the finish line.
Media reports in Malta said the Briton, believed to be 55, was accompanied by his wife during the race.
The runner was allegedly given the all-clear to participate in the 26-mile competition two weeks prior by a doctor after complaining of chest pain.
A Foreign and Commonwealth Office spokesman said: "Our thoughts are with the family of a British man who died in Malta on 28 February.
"We stand ready to assist them at this difficult time."
A man who went missing during the New York City Marathon was found on the subway two days later - still in his running gear.Read the full story ›
A British man, who has already run 7000 miles in the last eight months, is getting set to run coast to coast in the United States.Read the full story ›
Sheffield Marathon organisers have tweeted their "disappointment and regret" over the cancellation of the half marathon, due to a "problem with the delivery of water."
Their website is currently down.
It is with huge dissapointment & regret that we have been forced to cancel this year's race due to a problem with the delivery of water.
We would like to express our sincerest apologies to everyone involved in the race who will be affected. We will update you future plans asap
The Sheffield half-marathon has been cancelled moments before it was due to start due to "insufficient water supplies."
Some runners attempted to start the race but road blocks were set up by South Yorkshire Police.
Determined runners and volunteers doing the Sheffield half marathon inspite of the cancellation! Great effort!!!! http://t.co/3yhMKHdiKR
The conclusion of Wilson Kipsang's world record run at the Berlin Marathon was hit by a disrupter who evaded security to run across the victory tape a stride ahead of the winner.
The Kenyan runner appears to have been unaffected as he clocked a record time of 2 hours, 2 mins and 23 secs.
Kenya's Wilson Kipsang has broken the marathon world record with victory in Berlin in 2 hours, 3 mins and 23 secs.
The 31-year-old's time beat his countryman Patrick Makau's previous record, which was set two years ago at the same race, by 15 seconds.
Around 8500 runners from 40 countries dressed in sci-fi costumes took part in the 29th Marathon Du Medoc race near Pauillac, France on Saturday.
The marathon runs through the famous Medoc wine region and famous castle, ahead of the annual harvest.
Yorkshire's leading sporting sons and daughters are set to launch the county's new marathon in memory of late fundraiser Jane Tomlinson CBE.Read the full story ›