The route of the Paralympic marathon events at Tokyo 2020 has today been confirmed following approval from World Para Athletics.
Tokyo Governor Yuiko Koike has been criticised on social media for putting her hands in her pockets after a presentation to the winner of Sunday's (March 3) men's Tokyo Marathon, Ethiopian runner Birhanu Legese.
Birhanu Legese and Ruti Aga ensured an Ethiopian double at today's Tokyo Marathon.
Kenyan chasing hat-trick of titles at Tokyo Marathon but Japanese charge towards 2020 Olympics set to gather momentum
Kenya's Dickson Chumba will tomorrow aim to become the first three-time winner of the Tokyo Marathon, a race that marks the latest event in the World Marathon Majors (WMM) Series XII.
Dickson Chumba of Kenya and Ethiopia’s Birhane Dibaba won the men’s and women’s titles in the Tokyo Marathon - but the main focus fell on Wilson Kipsang, supposedly hunting a world record, who dropped out after 15km, and home runner Yuta Shitara, who earned one of the sport’s largest paydays in claiming 100 million yen ($936,000/£670,000/€761,000) for a Japanese record.
Defending champion Wilson Kipsang is favourite to retain his Tokyo Marathon title tomorrow - and has displayed his target time of 2 hours 02min 50sec, seven seconds inside the world record, at the pre-race press conference
Tokyo 2020 has signed a "major" partnership agreement with the Tokyo Marathon Foundation, it was announced today.
Wilson Kipsang of Kenya won the men's elite race at the Tokyo Marathon today but narrowly missed out on the world record that was firmly in his sights.
Kenya's Wilson Kipsang is expecting to target the world record at the Tokyo Marathon, an International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) gold label road race, tomorrow.
Kenya’s Helah Kiprop broke the women’s Tokyo Marathon course record by nearly a minute to claim her first major title over the distance.
Birhane Dibaba will aim to defend her women’s title at the Tokyo Marathon tomorrow, as she targets a place in the Ethiopian team for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
A new series for wheelchair athletes has been launched by the Abbott World Marathon Majors (AWMM), it was announced today.