Farah states 'Mo is done', defends Salazar
Sir Mo Farah has criticised the degree of attention given to his relationship with controversial coach Alberto Salazar and has announced "Mo is done".
Bolt: World Championships didn't tarnish my legacy.
Olympic champion Usain Bolt believes that failure to win his last race in athletics did not tarnish his many other championship victories.
Bolt's farewell spells out athletics' major challenge
The IAAF World Athletics Championships have been stunning in their upsets, controversies and sheer athletic achievement, but the departure of the sport's leading light means it must build a new generation of stars and idols.
Emotional Farah reflects on 'amazing' track career.
Great Britain's Mo Farah reflected on his amazing track career after he raced on track for the final time in the UK at the Diamond League meet in Birmingham.
Diamond League: Gemili suffers 100m DQ
Adam Gemili was left baffled after he was disqualified in the 100 metres final at the Diamond League on Sunday.
Farah may not compete for GB again
Sir Mo Farah admitted he may not compete for Great Britain again after winning his final track race in Britain.
Commonwealth Games baton reaches Britain.
The Queens Baton Relay for the 2018 Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast reached Great Britain and will travel 388 days until it reaches Australia.
Sports stars who overcame drug-related bans
Failing a drug test is career-ending for most sport stars. However, as the likes of Justin Gatlin and Maria Sharapova are proving; successful second chances are possible. Here, ESPN look at five post-ban successes.
Claye and Taylor eyeing Triple Jump World Record.
USA's Christian Taylor and Will Claye believe Jonathan Edwards has held the Triple Jump World Record for too long and that it belongs to an American.
GB Athletics' Black: Critics can keep 'chatting s---'
British Athletics' performance director Neil Black has told his critics they can keep on "chatting s---" following the World Championships.
Bolt urges next generation to chase greatness
Usain Bolt has warned the next generation of Jamaican sprinters they have to display the same insatiable desire for greatness he did if they are to follow in his footsteps.
Rutherford calls for coaching improvements
Greg Rutherford has backed the next generation of British athletes to deliver but echoed calls to improve the standard of coaching.
Doyle delighted at GB medal tally.
Great Britian's team captain Eilidh Doyle was satisfied that GB hit their medal target for the World Championships.
Rooney hails British athletics fans 'best in the world.'
Great Britain's Martyn Rooney believes British athletics fans are unrivaled after a successful World Championship in London.
Pearson 'emotional' after 100m hurdle gold.
Australia's Sally Pearson admits her emotions after her 100m hurdles victory were a build up of feelings she had felt over a long period of time through injury.
Why we'll never see another sprinter like Usain Bolt
When you break down Usain Bolt's dominance and examine the details of what he did and how he did it, it becomes clear why we might never see an athlete like him again.
Aussie Stevens wins silver in women's discus
Dani Stevens has smashed the longstanding Australian women's discus record to claim world championships silver in London.
IAAF president: Gatlin win won't define worlds
IAAF president Sebastian Coe said he'd rather not see athletes like Justin Gatlin, who have tested positive in the past, win titles in some of the biggest moments in the sport of track and field.
ICYMI at Worlds: No more Hero anymore
The iconic and energetic mascot of the World Athletics Championships bows out in fine style, Caster Semenya leads a brilliant night for African athletics, and Jamaican relay's injury curse strikes again.
Let's remember Usain Bolt, not this other Bolt we saw at worlds
It was the worst possible ending for Usain Bolt, an athlete whose performances and personality kept his struggling sport afloat. But it's time to let the greatest sprinter of all time go -- and hold on to the memory of him in first place.
Britain's golden sprinters finally come good
Five years on from one of its lowest moments, at a home Olympics, the Great Britain sprint relay team finally put doubts and dysfunction aside to claim their first gold medal in the 4x100-meter relay at a World Championships.
Proud Pearson turns injury torment into gold
Australian hurdler Sally Pearson repeated her success of the London Olympics in 2012 with World Championships gold on Saturday in the same stadium, but the intervening years had not been kind to her and made victory all the sweeter.
ICYMI at Worlds: Allyson Felix becomes worlds' most decorated athlete
Allyson Felix became the most decorated athlete in World Championships history, while the IAAF anthem got its first airing and all is not well in Britain's 4x400 men's relay camp.
Sports world stunned by Usain Bolt's injury-plagued finale
This wasn't how anyone expected Usain Bolt's last competitive race to end, and the reaction to his finale Saturday said as much.
Team GB light up London as Bolt pulls up
Great Britain snatched a glorious and unexpected gold in the Men's 4x100m relay as Jamaica's Usain Bolt closed his career by pulling up injured in the home straight.
World-record signing Neymar sat down with ESPN's Natalie Gedra to explain why he chose to swap Barcelona for Paris.
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