Pistorius bruised in jail fight over telephone use
A South African prison spokesman says Olympian Oscar Pistorius, in jail for murdering his girlfriend, was bruised in an altercation with another inmate over telephone use.
NYC winner Flanagan to try again in Boston
Reigning New York City Marathon winner Shalane Flanagan will run in Boston next year in a fourth attempt to win her hometown race.
Alabama's Williams recognizes high school teacher.
Alabama track and field athlete Kiara Williams talks about how she was motivated by Mrs. Rhonda Rush.
IAAF keeps Russia track and field ban in place
The IAAF has again refused to lift Russia's ban from international track and field as track's world governing body unanimously accepted a recommendation from its Russia task force not to reinstate Russia.
Pistorius' prison sentence doubled to 13 years
South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal increased Oscar Pistorius' prison sentence to 13 years, five months on Friday for the Olympic runner's murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Coburn, Kendricks voted USATF top athletes
World champions Emma Coburn and Sam Kendricks were voted USA Track & Field's top athletes for 2017. They will be honored at a banquet on Dec. 2 in Columbus, Ohio.
'Eternal record holder' Uwe Hohn wants Indians to stay injury free
Injuries kept world record holder Uwe Hohn from realizing his potential in javelin throw. Now as coach of the Indian team, he is hoping his proteges can avoid a similar fate.
Vegas shores up marathon security after attack
Las Vegas ramped up security for the annual Rock 'n' Roll Marathon, which was the first major outdoor event on the Strip since the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
Kalalei wins Athens Marathon; Kenyans shine
Samuel Kalalei has won the Athens Marathon, beating Milton Rotich by just over two minutes in a Kenyan sweep of the top five. Ethiopian Bedaru Badane won the women's race.
Former Texas officials to be questioned in suit
The University of Texas' former school president, former AD and former football coach Mack Brown are all scheduled to be questioned under oath next week in a sex and race discrimination lawsuit filed by former women's track coach Bev Kearney.
Olympic marathon champion gets 4-year ban
Olympic marathon champion Jemima Sumgong of Kenya has been banned four years for using the banned blood-booster EPO.
Van Niekerk, Ayana vie for Athlete of Year titles
Wayde van Niekerk may be set for a long time out of action with a knee injury, but the South African is in line for the IAAF World Athlete of the Year award; as is Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana.
The NYC Marathon is just a race for Beverly.
Puerto Rican Beverly Ramos will run the New York City Marathon with her mind on her family on the island and the desire to lift Puerto Rican spirits.
Olympic champ Mo Farah splits from coach
Mo Farah will get a "new start" with a new coach after splitting from Alberto Salazar, who is under investigation by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.
Marathon leaders' wrong turn benefits Faniel
Italian Eyob Faniel won the Venice Marathon on Sunday after a bizarre incident in which the leading six runners took a wrong turn.
Coach cleared of administering EPO to Jeptoo
Italian national Claudio Berardelli was cleared of charges of conspiring to harm Rita Jeptoo's career by administering the blood-booster EPO to her.
Kipsang, Deba join field for NYC Marathon
Former champion Wilson Kipsang of Kenya and runner-up Buzunesh Deba of Ethiopia have joined the field for the New York City Marathon on Nov. 5.
Rupp 1st U.S. male Chicago winner since 2002
Galen Rupp crossed the Chicago Marathon finish line in 2:09:20 to become the first American man to win the Chicago Marathon in 15 years. Ethiopian Tirunesh Dibaba won the women's marathon in 2:18:31.
15 months on, Inderjeet Singh's fate still in limbo
Though the WADA code stipulates that dope-violation cases against athletes must be disposed of within three months, constant delays mean the provisionally suspended shot-putter is still waiting to know his future in the sport.
Tejaswin in USA, ready for the big career leap
National high jump record holder Tejaswin Shankar is only the second Indian track and field athlete to receive a full scholarship to a college in the USA.
Tennessee track icon Christian Coleman joins SEC Nation.
Former UT sprinter Christian Coleman talks with SEC Nation's Lauren Sisler about beating Usain Bolt and his impressive 40-yard dash time.
Nación ESPN: This Day in History.
In 2008, Jefferson Perez retired from race walking. He obtained the first Olympic medal for his country.
Birmingham set to bid for Commonwealths
Birmingham will formally bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games after receiving approval from the British Government.
Micha Powell: A student-athlete's experience with perseverance and living in the moment.
A weekly series from the sprinter on balancing sports, school and life
Kipchoge, Cherono wins gold at Berlin Marathon
Kenya claimed double gold at the Berlin Marathon after Eliud Kipchoge and Gladys Cherono won the men's and women's race respectively.
John Brewin reviews the eight matches that ultimately doomed Louis van Gaal's tenure as manager at Manchester United.
South African fast bowler Kyle Abbott brags about his angling skills, and confesses to bullying Australians in the Kings XI dressing room.
Is Beyonce an athlete, too? Joy Priest explores the musician's roots as a young runner in the South and examines how the musician trains like a competitive sportswoman.