Polish sports minister to be next WADA president
Polish Sports Minister Witold Banka is the choice to be the next president of the World Anti-Doping Agency.
Russia runner Savina handed 12-year doping ban
Russian runner Kseniya Savina has been suspended for 12 years after she was found to have taken a banned substance and provided false medical documents to avoid sanctions.
Farah declines marathon spot at world championships
Farah looks more likely to return to the track where he won back-to-back Olympic gold medals in the 5000 and 10,000 metres.
Semenya loses landmark gender case
South African runner Caster Semenya has lost her appeal against proposals to regulate her testosterone levels in what could be a pivotal moment for athletics and gender in sport.
Farah-Gebrselassie feud escalates with fight claims
Mo Farah has been accused of taking part in two separate physical altercations at a hotel in Ethiopia, as an extraordinary public feud with Haile Gebrselassie escalates.
Farah in dispute with Gebrselassie over hotel theft
Britain's Mo Farah is in dispute with fellow distance-running great Haile Gebrselassie for failing to help him after he was robbed at a hotel in Addis Ababa owned by the Ethiopian.
They went about it differently, but Lawrence Cherono and Worknesh Degefa both won Boston Marathon
Cherono of Kenya won one of the tightest stretch duels in the event's history, and Ethiopia's Degefa surged away from the women's lead pack at the 5-mile mark.
Abrha Milaw wins Paris Marathon to prevent Paul Lonyangata hat-trick
Abrha Milaw bettered his personal best to upset two-time defending champion Paul Lonyangata and win the Paris Marathon as Ethiopian runners shone in the French capital on Sunday.
For Ann Hirakawa, running the Boston Marathon is a deeply personal thank you
At 13, Ann Hirakawa left war-torn Vietnam with her family, and it was the American Red Cross that helped them with food, clothes and English lessons. This year, she'll run the Boston Marathon to raise money for the organization.
Sisters set to run Boston Marathon 20 years after surviving 1999 Columbine shooting
Laura and Sarah Green struggled with anxiety for years after surviving the 1999 Columbine shooting. But they began to run and run and run to help alleviate the stress. On Monday, they'll run the Boston Marathon together for the first time.
Des Linden: 'Tougher than I realized'
Des Linden is the defending Boston Marathon winner, but she still carries a chip on her shoulder. And rightfully so.
IAAF closes investigation into president Lord Coe
The IAAF revealed it launched and has now closed an ethics investigation into its president Sebastian Coe over allegations he misled a British parliamentary committee.
IAAF keeps ban on Russia over doping scandal
World athletic governing body IAAF said on Monday it had decided not to lift a ban on Russia's athletic federation over doping.
Kipchoge to run 2019 London Marathon
Kipchoge made it three wins from as many appearances at the London Marathon last year, finishing more than two minutes clear of European record holder Farah.
IOC sets up advisory committee for human rights
IOC president Thomas Bach said that "human rights standards" will be included in Olympic host-city contracts beginning with the 2024 Olympics in Paris.
MPs call for standard sport concussion protocol
Tom Watson, the deputy Labour leader, has called for sports governing bodies to introduce a single unified concussion protocol after accusing football of "turning a blind eye to the brain injury epidemic."
Long jumper Radevica fails Olympic doping retest
Former European long jump champion Ineta Radevica has tested positive for the steroid oxandrolone in a retest of her sample from the 2012 Olympics.
Sprinter Levine banned four years for doping
British sprinter Nigel Levine, who has won world and European championship medals, has been banned for four years for doping.
Farah to run 2019 London Marathon
European record holder Mo Farah is to run next year's London Marathon for the third time, organisers said on Tuesday.
Moses seeks thorough review of WADA culture
Olympic champion Edwin Moses sent a tersely worded letter to leaders of the World Anti-Doping Agency, asking for an investigation into the culture at WADA.
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