Welcome to our World Championships review AW e-zine!
The latest edition of Athletics Weekly - out today - is an 84-page special containing in-depth reports and results from the IAAF World Championships in Daegu.
Also included inside is the latest FREE book in the British Olympic Legends series, this one featuring Olympic race walk champions Don Thompson and Ken Matthews.
In the magazine »
Our latest issue is packed full of World Championships reports and results from Daegu.
Relive the gold medals won by British duo Dai Greene (400m hurdles) and Mo Farah (5000m).
Read all about how Usain Bolt turned his early-champs disappointment into 200m gold and 4x100m world record.
And not forgetting all the other great performances of the week - from Sally Pearson's championship record to Vivian Cheruiyot's double distance gold. We have it all covered.
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How has Mo Farah improved?
Everyone knows about Mo Farah's move to the USA, a move which has culminated with his recent gold and silver medals at the World Championships. But AW deputy editor Paul Halford offers another theory behind Farah's improvement this year.
Relive all the action from Daegu.
From false starts, controversial disqualifications, and the 'cover curse', the IAAF World Championships in Daegu will be remembered for many reasons. In case you missed any of our reports from a busy and memorable week in Daegu, they can be found here.