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Archives news 2005

January 2005; February 2005; March 2005; April 2005; May 2005; June 2005; July 2005; August 2005; September 2005; October 2005; November 2005; December 2005

January 2005

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Berhanu wins Addis Ababa race

Dibaba set to defend world title

Kipchoge replaces grieving Bekele

Bekele's fiancee laid to rest

Ethiopians nick Dubai marathon

Kidane outpaces rivals in Belfast

El Guerrouj in cross country call

Bidouane ends a glorious career

African clean sweep in Elgoibar

Mokoena eyes bright future

Dibaba sets world indoor record

Cheruiyot grabs Houston prize

Kenya demotes head coach

Africa selects team to face USA

Gebrselassie bounces back in Almeria

Denboba dethroned in Seville

February 2005

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Chimier shines in Stuttgart

Gebrselassie wins again in Spain

Onyali tasks Nigeria on 2006

Chimier shines in Stuttgart

Herbert clocks all-time best in Vaasa

Zimbabwe bans transvestite star

Lagat joins mile greats

March 2005

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South Africans shine in the rain

ASA plans development strategy

Ebewele chides Nigerian officials

Freitag soars to new African mark

Defar and Wanjir shine in Fukuoka

Veterans shine at Nigerian youth meet

Bekele wins 4th world XC double

Nyongani posts career best mark

Kenya bid for XC Championships

Kirui sets course record in Prague

Ochichi sets 2nd best road mark

April 2005

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Gebrselassie quits London race

Governor's wife gets on AFN board

Ethiopia wins in Beijing Ekiden

Kiprotich takes Stramilano Half

Harmse sets African record

Amour sets Tunisian half record

Africa set for GL circuit meetings

Lel in shock London win

Lagat drops Kenyan citizenship

Ndereba makes Boston History

Gebrselassie gets law doctorate

Mokoena lands second record

Championship organisers unveils logo

SA names team for Helsinki

May 2005

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Lel tops world ranking

Elana Meyer quits the scene

Kemboi beaten in Nairobi

Obajimi tasks new AFN boss

Fasuba confirms sprint class

Choge hits world junior mark

Obikwelu beats US opposition

Sepeng protests doping charge

Dakar trio show class at home

Tergat leads Kenya WC team

18 Moroccans set for Marrakech

Bekele promises World record

Gebrselassie sets UK record

Gaisah targets African record

Africa gets Grand Prix dates

Nzikuru sets new Milan track mark

Bekele misses World record

Achike lifts spirit in Bedford

June 2005

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Chepkemei upsets Ndereba

Mutola nicks 13th Pre-classic win

Zakari sets new mark in Greece

Cash prizes for Nigerian athletes

Defar upstages Kidane in NYC

African boys chase Powell to 9.77

Mohammed shines at NCAA

Kenya gets IAAF 'wildcard' backing

Sprinters war at Nigeria trials

Record entries for Lewa marathon

Kenyans shine in Zaragoza meet

Sihine bounces back in Prague

Kenya confirms 37 for Helsinki

Zimbabwe sends 7 to Helsinki

July 2005

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Bekele storms to victory in Paris

Ndereba claims 3rd Sapporo win

Tamunosiki out of Nigerian trials

Dibaba dashes Masai's hope

Bekele brothers rule in Lausanne

More nations join Kenyan race

Court jails ‘hermaphrodite’ athlete

Emedolu, Ojokolo claim 100m

African kids shine in Marrakech

Tamunosiki out of Nigerian trials

Ramaala wins SA Half Marathon

Morroco sends to 25 Helsinki

Bekele wins at Crystal Palace

CAS denies Nigeria relay gold

Nigerians shine in Thessaloniki

Africans dominate Bislett Games

El Guerrouj pulls out of Helsinki

August 2005

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Rahouli leads Algerian team

Bekele and Dibaba gun for double

Kibaki warns Kenyan defectors

Ojokolo advances to Semi-finals

Helsinki 2005 -Day 1 review

Helsinki 2005 -Day 2 review

Helsinki 2005 -Day 3 review

Helsinki 2005 - Day 4 review

Helsinki 2005 - Day 5 review

Helsinki 2005 - Day 6 review

Mutola through to 800m Finals

Zakari fails major hurdle again

Simpson picks Bronze for Ghana

Bekele retains 10,000m crown

Inzikuru wins historic gold

Dibaba leads Ethiopian sweep

Benhassi adds another major Silver

Kemboi settles for Silver

Mutola loses World 800m title

American quartet keeps Buckland out

Feraez puts Benin in historic Semis

Limo gives Kenya Helsinki gold

Dibaba makes history

Zakari posts 9.99 secs in Rieti

Wanjiru sets world junior mark

Mutola loses Zurich's win streak

Defar sets new African mark

Bekele smashes own World record

September 2005

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Africans for 2005 IAAF awards

Army promotes Tulu to Colonel

Tergat targets Great South Run

Bekele retains IAAF top award

Tulu wins the Great North Run

Tergat out of Great South Run

October 2005

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COCAM ready to host Africa 2006

Joseph snatches gold in Edmonton

Gebrselassie coasts to Amsterdam win

Yuda and Tulu claim Portsmouth

Inzikuru makes dramatic recovery

Top Kenyans for Ethiopian run

ASA lands 5-yr sponsorships deal

November 2005

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AK warns athletes against burnout

Kosgei nicks Eldoret 10k

Lel still keen on NYC marathon

Lel withdraws from the NY City marathon

Tergat sprints to New York win

Nigerian boy stuns track experts

Africans claim Athens victory

All set for MTN Lagos marathon

Kenya to host the world in 2007

Joseph sets Lagos course mark

Kenya takes Chiba Ekiden glory

Top Kenyans for Ethiopian run

December 2005

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Tergat bags presidential award

ASA adjourns Sepeng doping hearing

Onwanza, Kipketer take Kisii's XC


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