Kenya's Kinyamal, Cheruiyot excel in Shanghai
Holloway, Gators simply believed
Florida track and field head coach Mike Holloway talks about winning the SEC Championships and what it means for the program.
Manyonga soars in Shanghai
South Africa's long jump sensation Luvo Manyonga proved too strong for the rest of the field in Shanghai on Saturday.
Who will be beasts in the east?
Who will claim the victories and points on offer when the IAAF Diamond League hits Shanghai?
American runner Rupp wins Prague marathon
Olympic bronze medalist Galen Rupp of the United States won the Prague international marathon on Sunday while Kenyan runner Bornes Jepkirui Kitur was the fastest woman in the race.
Record-breaking Neeraj Chopra proud to 'walk among heroes'
He might not have got a medal at the Doha Diamond League on Friday evening, but javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra won something else that meant nearly as much - effusive praise from his rivals.
Neeraj Chopra breaks own national record, finishes fourth in Diamond League
Indian javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra broke his own national record by clearing a distance of 87.43m to finish fourth at the Diamond League series in Doha on Friday.
5 Russians barred for working with a banned coach
The IAAF has barred five Russian race walkers from competing internationally after they were accused of working with a banned coach.
Anti-doping unit: Collector tipped off Kiprop
Track and field's anti-doping unit has confirmed that one of its sample collectors tipped off Asbel Kiprop about the supposedly surprise out-of-competition test.
Boston non-elite female finishers get money
The Boston Marathon has agreed to pay the equivalent prizes to five women whose net times would have placed them in the money if they had run in the elite field.
Africans to watch during Diamond League opener
While 17 reigning world and Olympic champions will gather in Doha on Friday as the 2018 IAAF Diamond League season begins, Caster Semenya will be the most in-focus athlete.
Ex-Arizona assistant pleads guilty to stalking
Former Arizona track and field coach Craig Carter, convicted of assaulting a female student-athlete in 2015, has pleaded guilty to stalking and violating a restraining order.
Olympic runner Colleen Quigley's yogurt fettuccine recipe
When steeplechase specialist Colleen Quigley cooks for her teammates she makes this dish, which she says feels decadent -- but is still healthy.
The Sheppard sisters on 'No Days Off'
The formerly homeless Sheppard sisters continue to dominate the youth track scene and are the focus of the Season 2 premiere of "No Days Off."
Russian race walkers linked to banned coach
Russia's doping suspension from international track and field could be extended as top athletes face accusations they continued to work with a banned coach.
Will Africans shine bright again during the Diamond League?
The world's best track and field stars will once again begin their quest to dominate the IAAF Diamond League when the series gets underway on 4 May in Qatar.
Tejaswin Shankar jumps to new high after CWG setback
It is a measure of the high standards Tejaswin Shankar has set for himself that he does not find the need to celebrate the fact that he just set a new national record.
Dutee Chand: I can run without fear now
Sprinter Dutee Chand gets new hope following IAAF's revised rules for female athletes with naturally occurring high levels of testosterone.
Simpson shatters U.S. mark in 2-mile at Drake
Jenny Simpson set the new American mark in the 2-mile race after finishing it in 9 minutes, 16.78 seconds at the Drake Relays.
Doping costs Russian decathlete worlds bronze
Russian decathlete Aleksandr Pogorelov has been stripped of his bronze medal from the 2009 world championships after a retested doping sample came back positive.
'I have to get to 90m by Tokyo Olympics' - Neeraj Chopra
After becoming the first Indian to win gold in the javelin throw at the Commonwealth Games, Neeraj Chopra's next target is to touch the javelin gold standard of 90m.
ASA pledge support to Semenya in wake of IAAF rule
Athletics South Africa has responded cautiously to new eligibility regulations from the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), related to 'female classification' and testosterone levels.
Sanya Richards-Ross: 'If you run your own race you will finish first'
Sanya Richards-Ross on the importance of not being a one-dimensional athlete, why confidence is vital to success and remaining authentic, even on social media.
Cheruiyot wins first London Marathon title
Kenya's Vivian Cheruiyot pulled off a huge upset after surging from behind at halfway to win a personal best of 2:18:31, leaving race favourites Tirunesh Dibaba and Mary Keitany in third and fifth place.
Third London Marathon win for Kipchoge
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge looked unfazed by the hot British weather, as he coolly crossed the line in 2:04:27, showing why he's regarded as one of the greatest marathon runners of all time.
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.