Doha: Dina Asher-Smith ended Britain’s 36-year wait for a short sprint title at the World Championships on Wednesday as Grant Holloway of the US stormed to victory
Sifan Hassan made light of the doping ban handed to her coach Alberto Salazar to complete an historic 1,500/10,000 metres double at the World Athletics Championships on Saturday
Norway’s Karsten Warholm retained his 400m hurdles World Championship crown with a barnstorming victory in Doha on Monday as Russia’s Mariya Lasitskene completed a superb high jump hat-trick.
It was supposed to be a record 22-race world championship but with seven Grand Prix’s already either postponed or cancelled, Formula One in 2020 has become a shorter, tightly-packed and economically challenging sprint for the title.
The UAE Team Emirates’ fastman Fernando Gaviria has thanked the UAE health authorities after receiving the ‘best care and attention in the world’ on his road to recovery after being diagnosed with Corona virus last month.
Although Moss never won the Formula One title, he finished runner-up four times. And in an era where it was common for drivers to race in different disciplines, a 14-year career that started in 1948 saw Moss win 212 of the 529 races he entered including the 1955 Mille Miglia, which took place on public roads in Italy.
The race is expected to join nine other grands prix that have already been cancelled or postponed this season as Formula One grapples with the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
The UAE’s Mohammed Al Hassani and Hamad Al Zeyoudi bagged top honours in Elite and Open divisions respectively of the 5km Al Marmoom Dune Run.
To mark the occasion of Mother’s Day across the Middle East, Reema Juffali opens up on the support she has received from her mother Sana, who she describes as ‘her absolute rock’.