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.
Bolt's farewell spells out athletics' major challenge
The IAAF World Athletics Championships have been stunning in their upsets, controversies and sheer athletic achievement, but the departure of the sport's leading light means it must build a new generation of stars and idols.
Race walker Bosworth DQ'd at World Champs
Great Britain's Tom Bosworth was disqualified from the Men's 20km at the World Athletics Championships in London for three red cards.
Farah states 'Mo is done', defends Salazar
Sir Mo Farah has criticised the degree of attention given to his relationship with controversial coach Alberto Salazar and has announced "Mo is done".
Henriques sets walk WR; Diniz oldest to gold
Ines Henriques of Portugal set a world record while winning the first women's 50-kilometer walk at the world championships, while Yohann Diniz of France won the men's 50-kilometer walk to become the worlds' oldest gold medalist.
Let's remember Usain Bolt, not this other Bolt we saw at worlds
It was the worst possible ending for Usain Bolt, an athlete whose performances and personality kept his struggling sport afloat. But it's time to let the greatest sprinter of all time go -- and hold on to the memory of him in first place.
Britain's golden sprinters finally come good
Five years on from one of its lowest moments, at a home Olympics, the Great Britain sprint relay team finally put doubts and dysfunction aside to claim their first gold medal in the 4x100-meter relay at a World Championships.
Proud Pearson turns injury torment into gold
Australian hurdler Sally Pearson repeated her success of the London Olympics in 2012 with World Championships gold on Saturday in the same stadium, but the intervening years had not been kind to her and made victory all the sweeter.
Sports world stunned by Usain Bolt's injury-plagued finale
This wasn't how anyone expected Usain Bolt's last competitive race to end, and the reaction to his finale Saturday said as much.
Team GB light up London as Bolt pulls up
Great Britain snatched a glorious and unexpected gold in the Men's 4x100m relay as Jamaica's Usain Bolt closed his career by pulling up injured in the home straight.
Farah says goodbye with silver in 5,000m final
Mo Farah ended his major championships career with silver in the 5,000m at the London World Athletics Championships, which was won by Ethiopia's Muktar Edris.
Once more: Gatlin, Bolt set up relay showdown
Usain Bolt and Justin Gatlin will race once more as Jamaica and the U.S. qualified for the 4x100 relay final, and Allyson Felix is targeting a record medal haul at the track worlds.
GB's Bosworth: Stars should come out publicly
British race walker Tom Bosworth came out as gay national radio two years ago and he's urging his fellow sport stars to follow suit sooner rather than later.
Read this, because you likely missed one of the best races in running history
Admit it, sports fans. Yeah, you -- the one waiting for football season (American or European) to start. You couldn't care less about the women's steeplechase. But, right now, you should care. You're missing something amazing.
Asher-Smith adds to Britain's fourth woes
A battling performance in the 200 meters by Dina Asher-Smith capped a tremendous comeback to the track after injury, but it also added to Great Britain's unwanted tag as the masters of finishing fourth.
Farah denied fairy-tale ending in 5,000m
Despite the raucous backing of a London crowd here to see its hero one last time, Mo Farah came up just short in an ending befitting of a championships that refuses to send athletics' greats off with a gold medal.
Wayde van Niekerk's leap into track superstardom put on hold in 200 final
A victory in Thursday's 200-meter final would have officially established Wayde van Niekerk as track and field's golden boy, but that storyline was put on hold by another stunning result at the IAAF World Championships.
Third gold can't satisfy record-hungry Taylor
Christian Taylor won a record third gold medal in the triple jump at the world championships, but neither he nor silver medalist Will Claye will rest until the event's 22-year-old world record is finally broken.
IOC eyes PyeongChang as Korean tensions rise
The 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea "continue to be on track" despite rising tensions in the region, according to the International Olympic Committee.
Timeline of the Isaac Makwala controversy
After a week of controversy and dispute, Botswana's Isaac Makwana finally managed to run in the 200m final on Thursday Aug. 10. ESPN looks at the bizarre timeline of events that almost meant he missed out entirely.
'Disappointing' and unexpected finish for Allyson Felix
While Allyson Felix has nothing left to prove in athletics, she knows missing out on another gold medal in the 400 was a lost opportunity.
Makwala rival calls time trial 'unfair'
After being granted a time trial in the 200 meters and then advancing into the final of the event, Isaac Makwala remains at the center of controversy, with one fellow athlete claiming the Botswanan had been given an unfair advantage.
Bolt a cautionary tale for double-chasing Farah
Mo Farah eased into the final of the 5,000 meters on Wednesday night, but after watching his good friend Usain Bolt finish only third in the 100 meters, the British athlete is taking nothing for granted at the World Championships.
World-record signing Neymar sat down with ESPN's Natalie Gedra to explain why he chose to swap Barcelona for Paris.
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