Bolt and Farah shine in Czech Republic
Usain Bolt and Mo Farah were victorious at the Golden Spike meeting in Ostrava, Czech Republic on Wednesday night.
Is the cost of the Olympics discouraging future hosts?
IOC Coordination Commissioner for Tokyo 2020, John Coates believes the costs need to start attracting candidate cities rather than deter them.
Bolt hails Coe's crackdown on doping.
Olympic champion Usain Bolt believes Seb Coe is taking the sport in the right direction by trying to remove corruption from the sport.
Salute to a legend: Bolt wins final Jamaica race
Jamaican sprinter and eight-time gold medalist Usain Bolt ran his final race in his native country on Saturday night, easily topping the field with a time of 10:03 seconds.
Meet the 94-year-old woman who can hang with you in a half-marathon
She has daily protein-packed drinks, takes Pilates classes and has run 17 marathons since starting them at age 76. Yes, Harriette Thompson is tough. And two cancer scares didn't stop her from returning to the road and setting another record along the way.
IAAF rejects 28 Russians from competition
The IAAF rejected bids from 28 Russians to compete as neutral athletes on Wednesday and approved only three.
Farah wins 5,000 at Prefontaine; 100 to Baker
British distance specialist Mo Farah, who plans to retire from track races after the World Championships in August, won the 5,000 meters at the Prefontaine Classic.
Rutherford admits age is affecting performance
British long jump star Greg Rutherford is determined to add to his impressive collection of titles but knows his body is starting to fail him.
IAAF prez Coe: Sport can help Manchester heal
Sport can help Manchester's healing process by celebrating humanity following the arena attack, IAAF president Sebastian Coe said Friday after watching athletes competing in the city's streets.
Security top of agenda for UK sporting summer
From the FA Cup and Champions League finals to the ICC Champions Trophy and Wimbledon, Britain will host top-level sport throughout the summer -- with security never far from anyone's mind after this week's Manchester bomb attack.
Russia anti-doping agency ready to take first steps toward credibility
The World Anti-Doping Agency is giving Russia room to continue its road back to compliancy. The world deserves to be wary as to whether RUSADA stays on track, Bonnie D. Ford writes.
Two UK cities bid for 2022 Games
Birmingham and Liverpool remain in the running to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games after the withdrawals of London and Manchester.
Brownlee crashes in first triathlon since collapse
Olympic silver medallist Jonathan Brownlee crashed over the safety barrier during the bike section of The World Triathlon Series in Yokohoma, Japan.
With public office hopes dashed, Wilson Kipsang returns focus to running
Wilson Kipsang lost his bid for a parliament seat amid the chaos of the Kenyan political scene, where corruption still reigns and athlete candidates might be losing their allure with voters.
Meet the man who crawled 26.2 miles in a gorilla suit
We wondered what Tom Harrison was thinking when he decided to crawl the London Marathon in a gorilla suit and what his life's been like since he became an internet legend. So we asked him.
Man in gorilla suit finishes London Marathon
Tom Harrison, an English policeman wearing a gorilla costume, finished crawling the London Marathon after six days. He raised a reported $33,650 for a charity dedicated to conserving gorillas.
Ultra-running army captain prepared to go extra 156 miles
British army captain Tom Evans, a self-trained runner, conquered 50C heat and 156 miles across the Sahara -- now he wants a place in next year's Commonwealth Games.
Sotherton wants 'fresh, clean' medal
Kelly Sotherton wants a "fresh, clean" Olympic bronze medal and not the one given to Russian drugs cheat Tatyana Chernova, which she regards as "dirty and tainted".
Sotherton belatedly given 2008 Olympic medal
Britain's Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to her third Olympic bronze medal after Tatyana Chernova was disqualified.
London runner carried over line by fellow racer
To raucous cheers, Matthew Rees put his fatigued rival's arm around his neck and hauled him to the end of the 26.2-mile London Marathon course.
Keitany breaks record with 3rd London win
Kenyan runner Mary Keitany broke Paula Radcliffe's women-only marathon world record on Sunday with a third victory in London, while Daniel Wanjiru won the men's race for the first time.
Weir edges Hug for record victory
Britain's David Weir has won a record seventh London Marathon title in the men's wheelchair race.
Bekele unsure of sub-2 hour marathon possibility.
Kenenisa Bekele and head of Sub2 project Yannis Pitsiladis discuss how a sub-2 hour marathon may be possible.
Tech key to two-hour push - Bekele
Kenenisa Bekele is a great Ethiopian athlete from the old school, a 34-year-old who was brought up on the best traditions of African running.
Grainger lands top UK Sport role
Dame Katherine Grainger is looking forward to building on the success of UK Sport after the five-time Olympic medallist was named as the new chair.
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