Adekoya latest Bahrain runner to get doping ban
Former world indoor 400-meter champion Kemi Adekoya has been banned for four years for doping in another drug case to hit Bahrain's squad of elite African-born runners.
Women outnumber men on Team GB for 1st time
Great Britain is expected to send more athletes than ever before to next year's Olympics in Tokyo, with female competitors set to outnumber their male counterparts for the first time.
Women's mile mark broken for 1st time since '96
Sifan Hassan broke the long-standing women's mile record in 4 minutes, 12.33 seconds at the Herculis Diamond League meet. Justin Gatlin won the 100 meters in 9.91 seconds.
Russian coach admits to breaking doping ban
A top Russian track coach has admitted to breaking his life ban for doping offenses.
Semenya wins 800, wants to defend world title
Caster Semenya easily won the women's 800 at the Prefontaine Classic on Sunday, as an international court continues to debate her future in the event.
IAAF meets court deadline in Semenya case
Track and field's governing body says it met a Swiss supreme court deadline to explain why rules limiting female runners' testosterone levels should be re-imposed during Caster Semenya's appeal.
France to put ex-IAAF boss Diack, son on trial
A French judicial official says Lamine Diack will stand trial on charges of corruption, influence-trafficking and money laundering. One of his sons, Papa Massata Diack, also will stand trial.
Semenya wins in court again as IAAF appeal fails
Caster Semenya has won another court decision in her battle to get track and field's testosterone regulations thrown out.
Semenya wins again as IAAF case goes on
Caster Semenya returned to the track with victory in the 2000 metres at the Meeting de Montreuil in France as her appeal against proposed rules demanding she lower her testosterone levels continues.
Track body IAAF to rebrand as World Athletics
Track and field's world governing body is to change its name from the IAAF to World Athletics in a rebranding move that IAAF president Sebastian Coe says is part of a plan to attract a younger audience.
Russia's track ban extended over doping reform
IAAF, track's world governing body, refused to lift Russia's ban from international track and field over concerns that it is "backsliding" on doping reforms.
PSG president investigated over '17 IAAF worlds
Qatar's Nasser al-Khelaifi, president of Paris Saint-Germain, is under formal investigation for alleged corruption relating to the 2017 World Athletics Championships, a French judicial source said.
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.
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