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Athletics NZ Weekly Round Up.

This week's edition includes -NZ Track & Field results, International results , Road and Trail race results from around the country

World Athletics Indoor Tour winners secure wildcards for Nanjing

After the seventh and final meeting of the 2020 World Athletics Indoor Tour brought the series to a close for another year, 11 athletes have booked their place at the World Athletics Indoor Championships Nanjing 2021.

Yulimar Rojas breaks triple jump record

With her final attempt of the evening, Venezuela's Yulimar Rojas bounded out to a world indoor triple jump record of 15.43m* at the Meeting Villa de Madrid, the final World Athletics Indoor Tour meeting of the season, on Friday (21).

Ababel Yeshaneh smashes half marathon world record

Ethiopia’s Ababel Yeshaneh smashed the world record* to win the Ras Al Khaimah Half Marathon on Friday (21), clocking 1:04:31 at the World Athletics Gold Label road race.

Cheptegei world record in the 5km

Joshua Cheptegei shattered the world record in the 5km, clocking 12:51* at the Monaco Run 5km in the Mediterranean Principality today (16).

Duplantis ups the pole vault record

One week after breaking the pole vault world record in Torun, Armand Duplantis improved the mark to 6.18m* at the Muller Indoor Grand Prix Glasgow, part of the World Athletics Indoor Tour, on Saturday (15).

Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020 Pentathlete Marina Carrier

Modern Pentathlete Marina Carrier will make her Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020 after being selected to the Australian Olympic Team.

Tarawera Ultra 100 Miler wins to Shatrov & MacDonald

Tarawera Ultra 100 Miler wins to Australian Vlad Shatrov and British born Canadian Ailsa MacDonald

Duplantis breaks world pole vault record

Armand Duplantis broke the world record in the pole vault, clearing 6.17m at the Orlen Copernicus Cup in Torun, Poland, the fourth stop of the World Athletics Indoor Tour, on Saturday (8).

Tarawera Ultra wins to Tom Evans & Manuela Soccol

In a race stacked with international stars it was always likely racing would be intense and fast and so it proved to be the case as the visitors dominated the 102km race