SEC Track and Field Weekly Honors
SEC announces Track and Field Athletes of the Week for the Week of January 17th.
A look at the second weekend of SEC Indoor T&F
A look back recapping the second weekend of SEC Indoor Track & Field in 2017.
Texas track coach Sategna reinstated after probe
Texas has reinstated track coach Mario Sategna, who had taken a personal leave of absence in September 2016 and was the subject of a school ethics and misconduct investigation.
SEC Track and Field Notebook - Jan. 11
SEC Track and Field weekly roundup for Week 1 of the season.
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.
SEC Track and Field Weekly Honors
SEC announces Track and Field Athletes of the Week for the Week of January 10th.
SEC lands 10 on Bowerman preseason watch lists
SEC track and field athletes comprise half of the Bowerman Award Preseason Watch Lists.
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.
17 Track and Field teams in preseason national rankings
A total of 17 Southeastern Conference men's and women's indoor track and field teams are included in the preseason national rankings.
Gold medal, red planet? World's Greatest Athlete now aiming for Mars
Ashton Eaton has accomplished all you can in sport. Now the two-time Olympic gold-medal-winning decathlete is aiming beyond the track -- to outer space.
Olympic decathlon champ Eaton, wife retiring
Two-time Olympic decathlon gold medalist Ashton Eaton and heptathlete Brianne Theisen-Eaton have announced their retirements.
Cesar Ramirez beats cancer, sets sights on Olympic glory
The Mexican runner's greatest race has been successfully completed, and now he is eager to resume international competition.
India's 2016: Success on the field but main battle was off it
Individual brilliance made all the good headlines for Indian sport but a feudal, tainted system continued to assert itself and dampen the mood.
The year in quotes - Junk food, big b***s, and a 'kamzor' who won gold
ESPN brings you the most explosive quotes of 2016 from the world of Indian sport as told to our writers.
Ethiopian running legend Miruts Yifter dies
Miruts Yifter, an Ethiopian running legend, has died in Canada at age 72, his family and Ethiopian Athletics Federation officials told The Associated Press on Friday.
Mike Holloway touches hearts with Hall of Fame speech
Gators' Mike "Mouse" Holloway entered the USTFCCCA Coaches Hall of Fame as only he could.
Jarrion Lawson wins the Bowerman Award
The former Arkansas standout won four NCAA titles in 2016, including a historic three at the NCAA DI Outdoor T&F Championships.
Spanish track coach accused of sexual abuse
A prominent coach who worked for the Spanish track federation was detained and later released after allegations of sex abuse made by a former athlete.
Olympic discus champion Melnik dies at 71
Faina Melnik, the 1972 Olympic women's discus champion from the Soviet Union, has died, the Russian track and field federation said Friday. She was 71.
Deba is rightful 2014 Boston Marathon winner
Boston Marathon organizers formally declared Buzunesh Deba the 2014 Boston Marathon winner on Monday, two months after rival Rita Jeptoo was stripped of the title for doping.
McLaren Report further exposes inaction, Russian corruption
Evidence of Russia's corruption keeps growing, further proving it should not be allowed to host another international sporting event and that the IOC and WADA need to look in the mirror.
WADA criticizes Russia over Isinbayeva's role
WADA is upset because it was not consulted before a new board was picked to oversee reforms at the suspended Russian drug-testing agency.
IAAF approves broad doping, corruption reforms
Athletics leaders have overwhelmingly approved broad reforms championed by the sport's president, Sebastian Coe, to turn a corner on reputation-wrecking corruption and doping scandals.
Bolt named top athlete; Ayana wins for women
Usain Bolt is track and field's male athlete of the year, winning the award for a sixth time, while Almaz Ayana won the women's award after her world-record run in the 10,000 meters.
Bolt: 200-meter world record likely beyond him
Usain Bolt says he doesn't plan to run the 200 meters in his final season, realizing that breaking his world record of 19.19 seconds is now beyond him.
Olympic athletes take their best guess as to what they'd be doing if they weren't in their sport.
Usain Bolt says WADA and the IAAF are doing a "very good job of cleaning up the sport". The two-time Olympic 100m and 200m champion also said he is targeting the 200m world record at the upcoming Rio Olympics.
John Brewin reviews the eight matches that ultimately doomed Louis van Gaal's tenure as manager at Manchester United.
PGA Tour Champions golfer Mark O'Meara joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss the Regions Traditions Tournament and his relationship with Tiger Woods.
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.