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Explaining his decision to skip the September 27-October 6 world championships in Doha, Van Niekerk said he did not want to rush back.
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Botswana's Isaac Makwala admitted to being fuelled by anger as he ran two rounds of the 200m – one on his own – to reach the final.
Isaac Makwala will be able to compete in the 200m at the world championships in London after the IAAF decided to allow him to run a solo time-trial.
Wayde van Niekerk's bid for a first world double since 1995 now turns to the 200m after he stormed to a comfortable victory in the 400m.
After breaking one of the most historic world records in sport, Wayde Van Niekerk is nominated for the Laureus World Breakthrough of the Year Award
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