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.
Farah struggles in first race as 'Sir Mo'
Mo Farah was left to reflect on a "hard day at the office" after his first race as 'Sir Mo' ended in a disappointing seventh-place finish at the Great Edinburgh International XCountry.
WADA: Over 1,000 Russians involved in doping
A new report into Russian doping has found that more than 1,000 Russian athletes from summer and winter sports were involved in or benefited from an organized conspiracy over a four-year period.
IOC: No go on Tokyo's $20B budget for '20 Games
Calling Tokyo's proposed $20 billion budget unacceptable, IOC vice president John Coates urged Japanese organizers on Friday to find ways to make the 2020 Olympics more affordable.
L.A. 2024 budget: $5.3 billion, no new stadiums
Officials have proposed a budget of only $5.3 billion to host the 2024 Olympics and have no plans to build any new stadiums.
Ennis-Hill gains gold after Russia doping offense
Jessica Ennis-Hill is set to be awarded her third world championship gold medal -- after the woman who beat her to top spot in 2011 was stripped of her title due to a doping offence.
Bolt reflects on new movie, Rio pressures and life after running
As Usain Bolt added 'documentary film' to his lengthy résumé this week, the Olympic star is looking forward to the next chapter with his expected retirement approaching in 2017.
Farah announces fund for next generation of athletes
Britain's most decorated track athlete Mo Farah has announced plans to invest £50,000 in the next generation of the country's distance runners.
Britain's second fastest man Dasaolu stripped of funding
Christine Ohuruogu is one of several leading athletes to have had their National Lottery funding cut for the 2017 season.
Inside sport's highest-pressure moments
It may not quite be on the same level as the mystic arts of Marvel's Dr Strange, but sports stars try to use their minds to control pressure moments, says psychologist Jeremy Snape.
IOC offers assistance to Russian whistleblowers
The International Olympic Committee says it is offering assistance to the Russian husband and wife team who blew the whistle on widespread doping in their homeland.
A royal affair for Great Britain's Olympians
Queen Elizabeth and other royals welcomed Great Britain's Olympians and Paralympians to Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night. Prince Harry stole the evening with his field hockey impression.
Ennis-Hill on retirement: I won't be on I'm a Celebrity
Jessica Ennis-Hill claims she will be at ease in retirement having feared injury issues could ruin her goodbye from athletics had she carried on.
Thousands join Gay at vigil after daughter's death
Thousands joined sprinter Tyson Gay at a candlelight vigil in Kentucky to honor Gay's 15-year-old daughter, who was fatally shot over the weekend.
Ennis-Hill: My body can't cope
Olympic legend Jessica Ennis-Hill has admitted the fear of signing off on a low was behind her decision to retire last week.
Ennis-Hill ends odyssey of courage, skill and determination
Jessica Ennis-Hill departs the world stage as arguably the most complete all-round athlete Great Britain has seen in the new Millennium, writes Ian Chadband.
'Golden Girl' Jessica Ennis-Hill retires from athletics.
Olympic gold medalist Jessica Ennis Hill has retired from athletics at the age of 30, saying it's the 'right time' for her to do so.
Twitter reacts: Ennis Hill's retirement
ESPN looks at the best social media reaction to Jessica Ennis-Hill's retirement from athletics.
Ennis-Hill calls time on glittering career
Jessica Ennis-Hill has announced her retirement from athletics.
The marathon king standing up for anti-bullying
From utter despair to making history -- Ben Smith talks to ESPN about completing 401 back-to-back marathons to raise money for anti-bullying charities.
Kenyans Kirui, Kiplagat win Chicago Marathon
Abel Kirui of Kenya pulled ahead of defending champion Dickson Chumba in the final mile to win the Chicago Marathon, while Florence Kiplagat of Kenya won her second straight women's title.
IOC calls on WADA for unified anti-doping system
The IOC called for WADA to lead a "more robust, more efficient, more transparent and more harmonized" anti-doping system.
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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