Munyai breaks Van Niekerk's 200m SA record
Sprint prodigy Clarence Munyai had the crowd on its feet at Tuks Athletics Stadium on Friday, scorching around the track to shatter the national 200m Men record on Day 2 of the ASA Senior Championships in Pretoria.
Georgia women 'find greatness,' claim NCAA Indoor title.
Track and field head coach Petros Kyprianou reflects on the Bulldogs' journey to winning the 2018 NCAA Indoor Championship.
Holloway: 'I believe in them and they believe in me.'
Florida men's track and field head coach Mike Holloway shares his thoughts on the Gators winning the 2018 NCAA Indoor Championship.
Every step counts for Mizzou's Cunningham.
Distance runner Megan Cunningham talks about her inspiration for running and her journey recovering from a car accident to becoming an SEC champion.
Vikas Krishan propels Siddharth Yadav's miraculous CWG journey
Four years ago, high-jumper Siddharth Yadav suffered an almost career-ending injury that threatened to put a pause on his ambitions. On Wednesday, he qualified for the Commonwealth Games after a career-best jump.
Tejaswin Shankar equals (own) national record to book Commonwealth berth
The 19-year-old Tejaswin Shankar had set both the indoor and overall high jump records in just the past month.
The story of the 'Greatest Living Englishman'
After a dismal Olympic showing in 1952 -- Britain's Roger Bannister had set his mind on breaking the four-minute mile barrier. The late runner called the feat a 'small part of his life,' but it was a moment that transcended beyond the record books.
Gatlin sings 'amazing' Van Niekerk's praises
Reigning 100m World Champion Justin Gatlin has sung the praises of South African sprint sensation Wayde van Niekerk ahead of Thursday night's Liquid Telecom Athletix Grand Prix event in Pretoria.
Police deny Farah claims of racial harassment
German Federal Police have strongly denied claims by Sir Mo Farah that he was "racially harrassed" at Munich Airport Monday.
Semenya faces Ugandan challenge at Athletix GP
South African middle distance star Caster Semenya will face the dual Ugandan challenge of Winnie Nanyondo and Halimah Nakaayi in the rarely-run 1000m this Thursday at the Athletix Grand Prix.
Hima Das' meteoric rise from an Assam village to the Gold Coast
Two years ago, Hima Das didn't have any idea what the Commonwealth Games were. Now, the 18-year-old will be going to the Gold Coast as India's top hope on the track in the marquee 400m event.
Coe defends actions after damning report
IAAF president Sebastian Coe says he has been misrepresented after a parliamentary select committee report accused him of misleading a doping inquiry.
IAAF to consider permanent Russia ban
The IAAF will consider withdrawing Russia's membership of the federation if "dramatic progress" is not made by July in regards to the country's doping problems.
With battered discus and new-found zeal, Seema set for CWG
Seema Punia, using an old discus bought six years ago, qualified for the upcoming Commonwealth Games with a throw of 61.05m -- easily her best in the past two years.
Siva's pole vault record in jeopardy due to NADA's no-show
Subramani Siva broke the national record at the Federation Cup on Monday but India's anti-doping agency did not show up for the event.
IAAF chief executive officer Gers resigns
Olivier Gers has resigned as the chief executive officer of the IAAF.
Sandi Morris' world championship celebration
Pole vaulter Sandi Morris won her first world title over the weekend at the IAAF World Indoor Championships, and she was more than ready to celebrate -- with a burger in one hand and a milkshake in the other.
Coe accused of misleading inquiry into doping
A report published by British legislators has accused IAAF President Sebastian Coe of misleading a parliamentary inquiry into doping.
New stars emerge at World Indoors to give Lord Coe and IAAF reason for optimism
The post-Bolt era is underway in athletics, and despite some elements of high farce and a quandary over what to do about Russia, there was enough young talent on show in Birmingham to give hope for the future.
Bannister, first to break 4-minute mile, dies
Lord Sebastian Coe and Steve Cram led tributes to the late Sir Roger Bannister, hailing the man who broke the four-minute mile as "inspirational".
Coleman lays claim to post-Bolt era
Christian Coleman entered the IAAF World Indoor Championships as almost too obvious a favorite in the 60 metres, and his assured performance cemented his place as the new man to beat in men's sprinting.
Echevarria leaps to gold; Ivory Coast claim 60m 1-2
Juan Miguel Echevarria of Cuba is the new World Indoor long jump champion after leaping 8.46m in a thrilling final in Birmingham.
Johnson-Thompson finally comes good on world stage
After outdoor heartbreak in Rio and then in London, Katarina Johnson-Thompson finally lived up to her billing as Britain's next multi-event star with gold at the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham.
Farah ready for first test of marathon credentials
Sir Mo Farah will come face-to-face with his first major test of his marathon credentials when he takes to London's roads for a half marathon this weekend, but he was not exactly in Mobot-like self assuring mood ahead of his race.
Lysenko tops high jump world champ Barshim
Danil Lysenko reversed his world outdoors result with Mutaz Essa Barshim by winning their world indoors high jump duel on his final leap Thursday.
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.