Exeter athlete Jo Pavey has been given her first World Championship medal - 10 years after the event.
The veteran long distance runner was awarded the 10,000m Bronze from the games in Osaka - after the silver medallist was exposed as a drugs cheat.
We spoke to Jo a little earlier:
The Devon Olympian will get her first World Championship medal tomorrow - 10 years after the event where she won it.Read the full story ›
Jo Pavey will receive a World Championships 10,000m bronze medal after the athlete who claimed silver was found guilty of doping.Read the full story ›
The announcement came today that East Devon is to host one of the few women-only marathons later this year.Read the full story ›
The runner gifted a piece of the track that she and many other Olympic legends raced on four years ago in London 2012 to a Devon school.Read the full story ›
Devon athlete Jo Pavey has told ITV's This Morning becoming a mum gave her a 'new lease of life' in her athletics career.Read the full story ›
10,000 metre runner Jo Pavey has made history by earning a call-up to represent Great Britain at a fifth consecutive Olympics.Read the full story ›
Jo Pavey has succeeded in running the qualifying time for next month's Olympics at the age of 42, despite failing to defend her European Championship 10,000m.
Pavey finished in fifth spot in Amsterdam with a season's best 31 minutes 34 seconds. She had needed to finish in 32:15 to qualify for Rio.
The athlete has competed at every Olympics since 2000. Pavey will now wait to see whether she will be selected for Rio.
Devon athlete Jo Pavey has told ITV News she's devastated at the revelations her sports governing body covered up the scale of doping.Read the full story ›
As thousands of people are lacing their trainers and filling their water bottles ready for the Great West Run in Exeter, we've been catching up with the woman who's going to start them all off on Sunday: Devon's superstar runner, Jo Pavey
The West Hill runner gained international fame after winning the European Championships in Zurich last year. Her heart is set on a 5th Olympic appearance, but this weekend really won't be about the winning, but the taking part.
She'll officially get the race underway at 9am Sunday, it's raising money for many charities including the race charity Children's Hospice South West.
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And for the 4000 people set to take part, Jo says there's a real treat in store:
It's just such a fantastic course taking in the sights of the city and the pretty country lanes like Stoke Woods and St Andrews Lane.
I'm just excited about going along it's such an honour and I'm really looking forward to it.