Diane Cummins hangs up her spikes

7th September 2014 • News

7th September 2014 – After a twelve year international career Diane Cummins (CAN) took to the track one last time at the IAAF World Challenge meeting in Rieti. Diane won Commonwealth silver in 2002 and bronze in 2010, competed in four World T&F Championships finishing 5th in 2001 and 6th in 2003. She won the Pan-Am Games in 2007, was a semi-finalist in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens and holds the Canadian records at 800m and 1000m with figures of 1:58.39 and 2:34.14 respectively.

In her final track race she gave a good account of herself running 2:02.07 in the 800m. She will finish her career next week at the Fifth Avenue mile in New York.

Just starting out on his career is Kenyan athlete Vincent Kibet (KEN). He once again demonstrated the huge potential he has with second place in the 1500m in yet another PB of 3:31.96.

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