Coe: Russian athletes could compete under neutral flag.
IAAF president Sebastian Coe and several athletes appeared before the media in Kampala, Uganda on Saturday ahead of the World Cross Country Championships.
Farah's former doctor to give evidence to MPs
Dr Robin Chaktraverty, who now works with the England football team, has been called to give evidence to MPs about his time working with UK track athletes.
Dame Ennis-Hill expecting second child
Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill has revealed she is expecting another baby.
Athletes hope doping 'charter' levels playing field
Olympic athletes are discussing ways in which they can hold sports acountable for a "duty of care" in anti-doping efforts.
Runner jailed for 18 years for attempted murder
A transgender former champion fell-runner, Lauren Jeska, was jailed for 18 years Tuesday for a knife attack on a UK Athletics official.
Birmingham, Liverpool to wait on 2022 verdict
Commonwealth Games England say it is too early to determine a preferred candidate to step in to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, which were stripped from Durban on Monday.
Q&A with McLaren: What's next in Russian doping scandal?
The Russian doping scandal is unlike anything we've seen before. Richard McLaren, who was hired to run an independent investigation, sheds some light on what progress has been made.
Fredericks steps down from 2024 bid role
IOC member Frank Fredericks has stepped down from his role overseeing the 2024 Olympic bidding process after a $300,000 payment from a banned track official was revealed.
Muir: The heat is on after double gold
Great Britain's Laura Muir admits she must now handle the pressure after double gold at the European Indoor Championships.
Russia on track to return by year's end - Coe
Russian athletes could compete internationally by the end of the year after progress in tackling drug cheating, Lord Coe has said.
Johnson-Thompson withdraws from Euro Indoors
A minor hamstring strain has forced Katarina Johnson-Thompson to pull out of this week's European Indoor Championships in Serbia.
IOC strips Ukrainian of 2008 medal for doping
The bronze medalist in women's modern pentathlon at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Viktoriya Tereshchuk, has been disqualified for doping.
Asher-Smith a doubt for World Champs
Dina Asher-Smith is in danger of missing this year's World Championships in her home city of London due to a broken bone in her foot that will require a long period of rehabilitation.
Report: Farah coach cited in USADA probe
A leaked USADA report concluded that track coach Alberto Salazar may have skirted anti-doping rules by providing substances to prominent athletes, including Olympic champion Mo Farah.
In-form Muir in GB squad for European indoors
Laura Muir will launch her bid to become a double champion after the Great Britain squad for the European Indoor Championships was confirmed.
Minichiello warned after alleged verbal abuse
Toni Minichiello, who coached Jessica Ennis-Hill to Olympic gold and silver medals, has been warned about his future conduct by UK Athletics after he verbally abused an athlete he used to train.
Kilty fears sabotage after spikes go missing
Sprinter Richard Kilty has questioned whether his attempt to defend his European Indoor Championships title was sabotaged.
Gold medalist Olizarenko (800m) dies at 63
Nadiya Olizarenko, gold medalist in the women's 800 meters at the 1980 Moscow Olympics, died at age 63, after "a long and serious illness," according to the Ukranian athletics federation.
Farah breaks own European 5,000m record
Sir Mo Farah broke his own European 5,000 metres record as he signed off his indoor career in style.
Muir sets new British 1,000m record
Great Britain's Laura Muir has set a new British record in the 1,000 metres after winning in Birmingham in 2 minutes, 31.93seconds.
Farah still has fears about U.S. travel
Sir Mo Farah has admitted he still has travel fears over his return to the United States.
Johnson-Thompson ruled out of Indoor Grand Prix
Katarina Johnson-Thompson has been ruled out of the Indoor Grand Prix but is expected to be fit for the European Indoor Championships.
Sprinter Carter appeals ruling that cost Bolt gold
Jamaican runner Nesta Carter filed an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Wednesday regarding a doping positive from the 2008 Olympics, which cost Usain Bolt one of his nine golds.
Jessica Ennis-Hill's son is a natural athlete
Olympic gold medalist and three-time world champion Jessica Ennis-Hill may be retired, but that doesn't keep her, or her son, away from the track.
IAAF freezing all athlete nationality switches
The IAAF is upholding its global ban on Russian athletes and freezing all nationality switches.
Tyson Fury and David Haye disagreed in their appraisal of Anthony Joshua on Saturday, but what is definite is the Briton will face a much sterner test against Wladimir Klitschko.
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