1. Justin Gatlin clocks 100m MR at Monaco DL

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    Justin Gatlin clocks a new Meet Record in the Men's 100m at the IAAF Diamond League in Monaco on Friday July 17, 2015. He stopped the clock at 9.78. Tyson Gay was second in 9.97 and Jimmy Vicaut, third in 10.03. Video Courtesy EUROSPORT

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    • 1500m world record for Genzebe Dibaba at Monaco DL

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      Ethiopia's Genzebe Dibaba sets a new world record in the Women's 1500m at the IAAF Diamond League in Monaco on Friday July 17, 2015. The winning time is 3:50.07. Video Courtesy EUROSPORT

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      • Wayde van Niekerk upsets Kirani James in Paris Diamond League 2015

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        South African Wayde van Niekerk defeats Kirani James of Grenada in the Men's 400m at the IAAF Diamond League in Paris on July 4, 2015. van Niekerk set a new African record of 43.96 with James finishing second in 44.17. Video courtesy BBC

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        • MUTAZ ESSA BARSHIM TRIUMPHS AT WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

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          Aspire Academy graduate Mutaz Essa Barshim is already one of the most successful track and field athletes Qatar has ever produced. In 2014 he was crowned high jump world champion at the World Indoor Championships in Sopot, Poland, by clearing a height of 2.38 m and setting a new Asian record. This was just one of the results in a string of achievements in his already impressive career. Let's take a look back at one of his first big achievements, when he won gold at the 2010 IAAF World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada.

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          • Kirani James & Rondell Bartholomew embrace in 2011

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            Grenadians Kirani James and Rondell Bartholomew embrace each other after the Men's 400 metres final at the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Daegu, South Korea.

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            • Kirani James snatches victory in the Men's 400m Final - IAAF World Championships 2011

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              Just two days short of his 19th birthday, Kirani James of Grenada claims a stunning victory by just 0.03 of a second from pre-event favourite LaShawn Merritt in a thrilling men's 400m final at the IAAF World Championships 2011, Daegu, South Korea. 1 James - 44.60 2 Merrit - 44.63 3 Borlée -44.90 4 Gonzales - 44.99 5 Borlée - 45.07 6 Bartholomew- 45.45 7 Henry - 45.55 8 Ogunode 45.55 Video Courtesy Channel 4 UK

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              • Dee Dee Trotter is 'very happy' with her performance/win at the 2015 Adidas Grand Prix, NYC

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                http://www.WSENetwork.com Olympic & World Champion 400m specialist Dee Dee Trotter talks with WSEN about her Season Best performance at the Adidas Grand Prix meet in NYC.

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                • Harvey Glance - Kirani James in phenomenal shape

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                  by Michael Bascombe NEW YORK, June 18, 2015 - Olympic 400 metres champion Kirani James is determined to regain the world title he won in 2011 but surrendered to American LaShawn Merritt two years later in Moscow, Russia. James, who has been unbeaten over the one-lap event since last May, is preparing for the August 22-30 championships in Beijing, China.

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                  • Kirani James wins Men's 400m at 2015 IAAF World Challenge Rabat

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                    Another easy win for the Olympic champion from Grenada, Kirani James. He won the Men's 400 metres at the IAAF World Challenge Meet in Rabat on Sunday June 14, 2015. His winning time was 45.15. Two other Caribbean athletes completed the top three positions. Lalonde Gordon of Trinidad & Tobago (46.02) and Demetrius Pinder of the Bahamas (46.16).

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                    • Kirani James Previews IAAF World Challenge Rabat 2015

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                      Kirani James speaks briefly to GrenadaSports about Sunday's IAAF World Challenge Meet in Rabat, Morocco, preparations for the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China and the 2015 season overall.

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