World Athletics Championship 2011: GB's Yamile Aldama qualifies for women's

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World Athletics Championship 2011: GB's Yamile Aldama qualifies for women's
Eyebrows were raised earlier this month when UK Athletics selectors named Aldama among the 69 names to compete at the World Championships after she received official clearance from the world governing body to switch allegiance to Britain just four days
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World Athletics 2011: Mo Farah takes silver after thrilling 10000m
Mo Farah's attempt to became the first British athlete to win gold at the World Championships in Daegu ended in heartbreak – and a silver medal – as he was caught by Ethiopia's Ibrahim Jeilan 10 metres from the line in the 10000m. In a thrilling race,
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WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS 2011: David Rudisha lives up to the hype
By Sportsmail Reporter David Rudisha was the shortest-odds favourite in Daegu with his 24-win streak at 800m and Kenya's world record-holder did not disappoint, leading from gun to finish and winning by half a second in 1min 43.91sec.
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DAEGU 2011: Four years and a big difference for Britain's 400m women
Aviva's support, both at home and abroad, is helping the Aviva GB&NI Team at the World Championships in Daegu, Korea. prepare to compete at their best. To find out more, go to aviva.co.uk/athletics or follow us on Twitter @AvivaAthletics.
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