Kipsang, Deba join field for NYC Marathon
Former champion Wilson Kipsang of Kenya and runner-up Buzunesh Deba of Ethiopia have joined the field for the New York City Marathon on Nov. 5.
CAS uses report to uphold Russian doping case
The report on Russian doping from WADA investigator Richard McLaren was used by the Court of Arbitration for Sport to uphold a suspension, the first time that information was used to ban an athlete.
Official: Stadium worker's suicide linked to OT
The Japan labor standard office has determined the suicide of a 23-year-old man who worked at Tokyo's new Olympic stadium construction site stemmed from overwork, and his family was eligible for government compensation.
Brazilian Olympic president Nuzman arrested
The president of the Brazilian Olympic Committee has been arrested amid an investigation into a vote-buying scheme to bring the Olympics to Rio de Janeiro last year.
Birmingham set to bid for Commonwealths
Birmingham will formally bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games after receiving approval from the British Government.
Russian whistleblower faces arrest if he returns
A Russian court has ruled that doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov, the former Moscow anti-doping laboratory director who's in witness protection in the U.S., should be arrested if he returns to his home country.
Holmes: 'I was cutting myself with scissors'
Double-Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes has opened up about how fears over career-threatening injuries caused her to self-harm.
Greg Rutherford determined to add to legacy
He might be entering the twilight of his career but former Olympic and world champion long jumper Greg Rutherford is determined to add to his already impressive list of accolades.
Top anti-doping expert Gary Wadler dead at 78
Dr. Gary Wadler, one of the strongest voices in the fight against performance-enhancing drugs in sports, has died. He was 78.
WADA dismisses 95 Russian doping cases
WADA has cleared all but one Russian doping case stemming from an investigation into an alleged scheme to hide doping positives at the Sochi Olympics and beforehand.
Official in Rio scalping case quits IOC board
The IOC says Patrick Hickey resigned from its executive board, more than one year after he was arrested at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in a ticket scalping investigation.
Farah wins fourth consecutive Great North run
Sir Mo Farah has won his fourth consecutive men's Great North Run title.
Birmingham chosen for Commonwealth bid
Birmingham has been chosen ahead of Liverpool as the recommended city for England's bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport has confirmed.
IAAF president's son accused of corruption
A French financial prosecutor has accused the son of International Association of Athletics Federations president Lamine Diack of 'large-scale' corruption.
Bolt: My world records could stand for decades
Usain Bolt is feeling no pressure in retirement, confident his best times can remain world records for years.
Rutherford undergoes hernia operation
British long jumper Greg Rutherford has undergone surgery to fix an ongoing hernia problem that saw him miss the World Athletics Championships earlier this year.
IAAF investigating 3 positive tests from worlds
Three positive doping tests involving athletes not yet identified are being investigated in samples taken from the track and field world championships held in London this month.
Farah wins final track race by 0.04 secs
Sir Mo Farah won his final track race at the Diamond League final in Zurich after clinching victory in a closely-fought 5,000 metres.
AOC vows to implement transparency reforms
The Australian Olympic Committee announced its chef de mission for Tokyo 2020 on the same day it vowed to implement recommendations of an independent review that highlighted a dysfunctional culture within in its administration.
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.
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.
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.
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