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 prepares for final indoor competition.
Mo Farah says Birmingham will be his last indoor event before finishing his track career at the World Championships.
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.
Team Bolt on top again in Melbourne.
Usain Bolt's appearance in the 4x100m relay highlighted the day of Nitro Athletics in Melbourne.
IAAF freezing all athlete nationality switches
The IAAF is upholding its global ban on Russian athletes and freezing all nationality switches.
Ellington eyes comeback after first steps
British sprinter James Ellington has taken his first steps since breaking his pelvis and both legs in a motorbike accident.
Russia loses '12 Olympic silver in 4x400 relay
Russia has been stripped of an Olympic silver medal from the women's 4x400-meter relay at the 2012 London Games for doping.
IAAF: Ex-Coe aide lied but can still work in sport
Nick Davies, the former aide to IAAF president Sebastian Coe, has admitted to lying about a receiving a payment, but has been cleared.
Farah relieved he can return, disagrees with ban
Olympic gold-medal runner Mo Farah says he is "relieved" that U.S. travel restrictions will not apply to him but disagrees with the "divisive and discriminatory" immigration ban.
Paralympic coach row prompted Weir retirement
David Weir claims he retired from international competition after being accused by British Athletics wheelchair racing coach Jenni Banks of being a "disgrace to the country".
European Athletics to review records
The track and field record book in Europe is being reviewed to see if it can still be believed to be clean of doping.
Teammate doping costs Bolt '08 relay gold medal
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt has returned one of his nine Olympic gold medals in a doping case involving teammate Nesta Carter.
Sprinters Ellington, Levine back in UK for surgery
British sprinters James Ellington and Nigel Levine to undergo surgery in London on injuries suffered in a Spanish motorbike accident last week.
Coe willing to appear before MPs but wants more details
Lord Sebastian Coe says he is prepared to give further evidence to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee over IAAF corruption.
British sprinters in hospital after road accident
Sprinters James Ellington and Nigel Levine were 'conscious and stable' in hospital on Wednesday after a road accident in Tenerife.
Track and field gets drugs warning from UK
UK Athletics chairman Ed Warner claims the fight against drug cheats is not fierce enough and too many people in the sport are in denial.
Coe faces fresh questioning on IAAF corruption
IAAF president Seb Coe will be asked to appear before British MPs again as the doping scandal which predated his election refuses to go away.
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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