Backlash as Diamond League drops 5,000m
The IAAF's decision to drop the 5,000 meters from its Diamond League track and field series has been met with strong resistance from Ethiopia and Kenya.
Johannes stuns Kenyans in Nagoya marathon
Namibia's Helalia Johannes broke away from Kenyans Visiline Jepkesho and Valary Jemeli after 41 kilometers and won the Nagoya Women's Marathon on Sunday.
Ethiopian star breaks 22-year-old indoor mile WR
Ethiopian star Yomif Kejelcha broke a 22-year-old indoor world record in the mile on Sunday, clocking 3 minutes, 47:01 seconds at an invitational meet in Boston.
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South Africa calls on world to fight for Semenya
The South African government has called on the world to fight what it calls a "gross violation of human rights law" against the country's female Olympic champion Caster Semenya.
CAS rules 12 Russian athletes guilty of doping
American high jumper Erik Kynard is now in line to be awarded the gold medal from the 2012 London Olympics after Russia's Ivan Ukhov was found guilty of doping by the CAS.
New Zealand Olympic runner Bailey dies at 84
William "Bill" Bailey, a New Zealand runner who held world records in two now-obscure events, died Tuesday at age 84, Athletics New Zealand said.
Allyson Felix on how pregnancy, motherhood changed her perspective
Allyson Felix: "I was so excited to be pregnant. I've always wanted to be a mother. ... So why has it taken me eight months to share this news?"
Kipchoge, Ibarguen claim top prizes at IAAF awards
Kenya's marathon world record holder Eliud Kipchoge and Colombian jumper Caterine Ibarguen were honoured as IAAF athletes of the year at athletics' annual awards ceremony on Tuesday.
IAAF extends track doping ban for Russia
Russia will continue to be banned from international track events until it pays costs incurred from the doping crisis and it grants the IAAF access to its computer database.
Sprinter Jessica Beard's stuffed shells recipe
When Jessica Beard has some spare time, she likes to make this dish -- a lighter version of the pasta favorite.
Desisa, Keitany win New York City Marathon
Mary Keitany and Lelisa Desisa won the New York City Marathon on Sunday, with Keitany dominating the strong women's field for her fourth victory in the event and Desisa surging ahead of two other runners near the finish line.
Hurdler Jasmin Stowers' fruit smoothie bowl recipe
Seven-time All-American Jasmin Stowers has a degree in nutrition and food science. She puts it to use in this nutrient-packed recipe.
Semenya: Fight with IAAF 'no longer about me'
Caster Semenya said her fight with the IAAF over governing acceptable levels of testosterone among female athletes is "no longer about me."
Kenya's Kiptum sets half-marathon world record
Abraham Kiptum of Kenya set a world record when he ran the Valencia Half Marathon in 58 minutes, 18 seconds Sunday, besting the previous mark by five seconds.
Kipchoge named UN in Kenya Person of the Year
The world marathon record holder, having clocked 2:01.39 in Berlin last month, was awarded for his extraordinary performances, his work on HIV/AIDS in Kenya, and his endurance and courage.
Steeplechaser Sable eyes Olympics after breaking 37-year-old national record
Three years ago, Avinash Sable was a regular soldier. Yesterday, he broke India's oldest athletic record. Jonathan Selvaraj brings you his remarkable story.
Edwin Moses: WADA must cut ties with IOC to regain trust in sport
The Olympic gold medalist said the WADA's decision was about more than Russian reinstatement; it was about the type of organization the WADA has become. Now, Moses says, it's time for anti-doping leaders to step in and put principles above politics.
Bolt: 'Kid in candy store' on zero-gravity flight
Eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt took a zero-gravity flight over France, saying he felt like a "kid in a candy store" after spending about four minutes floating.
Ugra: India's athletes are talking Tokyo but medals won't come easy
Sharda Ugra dives into the excitement engendered by Indian track and field performance in the 2018 Asian Games and wonders if this will have any impact in their medal count at Tokyo 2020.
Africans set to dominate Diamond League finale
If Thursday night's first leg of the IAAF Diamond League finals provided drama and surprises in Zurich, then the remaining finals set for Brussels on Friday should be no different.
Weak link Vismaya anchors India to relay gold
The inexperienced Vismaya Velluva Koroth taking on one of Asia's best runners was supposed to an athletic mismatch of Goliath proportions. Except, it wasn't.
Johnson, 4x400m relay women continue India's gold rush
India picked up two more Asiad golds in Jakarta, as Jinson Johnson and the women's 4x400m relay team stretched the country's overall medals tally to 59.
Wonder woman Swapna Barman overcomes pain barrier
Born with six toes, pain has been Swapna Barman's constant companion ever since she could walk. It makes her victory in the heptathlon that much more impressive.
Manjit Singh returns home Asiad champion, proud father
What must one sacrifice to make their dreams come true? For Manjit Singh Chahal, it was leaving his family and newborn son behind to train for an Asian Games medal.
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