India's Asiad mixed relay silver set to be upgraded
Kemi Adekoya of Bahrain has been handed a four-year ban by the Athletics Integrity Unit for failing a dope test.
Indian Long distance runner Sanjivani Jadhav gets two-year dope suspension
Long-distance runner Sanjivani Jadhav has admitted to her first violation resulting in disqualification of all past results since June 29, 2018.
Adekoya latest Bahrain runner to get doping ban
Former world indoor 400-meter champion Kemi Adekoya has been banned for four years for doping in another drug case to hit Bahrain's squad of elite African-born runners.
Kenyan marathon runner banned for eight years
Salome Jerono Biwott was banned after being found guilty of committing a second doping violation, the Athletics Integrity Unit said on Thursday.
After athletics gold rush, Indians must raise marks to shine in Tokyo
The recent medals won by Indian athletes in events across the world needs to be taken in with the Olympic and World Championships qualification standards in mind.
Women's mile mark broken for 1st time since '96
Sifan Hassan broke the long-standing women's mile record in 4 minutes, 12.33 seconds at the Herculis Diamond League meet. Justin Gatlin won the 100 meters in 9.91 seconds.
Russian coach admits to breaking doping ban
A top Russian track coach has admitted to breaking his life ban for doping offenses.
For pro runner and Olympic hopeful Nikki Hiltz, Pride Month is a year-round celebration
When Nikki Hiltz won the road mile at the Adidas Boost Boston Game in June, she draped herself in a Pride flag. For the runner, the rainbow banner represented hard work, authenticity and becoming her best self.
Dutee shuts 'negative talk' with Napoli gold
The gold in Italy, even though at a low-profile event, was crucial for Dutee Chand, whose personal truths had begun to eclipse her performances in recent weeks.
Boston Marathon memorial taking shape
Planning began four years ago for the $2 million Boston Marathon memorial, which has undergone substantial redesign to satisfy the hopes and expectations of families who lost loved ones.
Dutee wins 100m gold at World University Games
Dutee Chand won the 100m event in Italy to become the first Indian woman track-and-field athlete to finish first at the World University Games.
2 Kenyan runners charged, suspended for doping
Two Kenyan distance runners have been provisionally suspended and charged in doping cases, including 2014 African and Commonwealth Games 10,000 meters champion Joyce Chepkirui.
Lyles runs fourth-best time ever in 200 meters
Running into a slight headwind on a warm night, Noah Lyles raced to the fourth-fastest 200-meter time in history on Friday, finishing in 19.50 seconds at the Athletissima Diamond League meet. He broke Usain Bolt's track record set seven years ago.
American sprinters admit relishing life after Bolt
In the post-Bolt world of sprinting, top American runners are enjoying new rivalries and more open races.
2018-19 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll
A total of 1,002 student-athletes were named to the 2018-19 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll by Commissioner Greg Sankey.
Semenya wins 800, wants to defend world title
Caster Semenya easily won the women's 800 at the Prefontaine Classic on Sunday, as an international court continues to debate her future in the event.
CAS asked to add women's 50K to '20 Olympics
The Court of Arbitration for Sport will hear an appeal made by world champion race walker Ines Henriques to add the women's 50-kilometer event in time for the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Kipchoge to attempt sub-2-hour marathon
Kenyan runner Eliud Kipchoge's attempt to run a marathon in under two hours will take place in Vienna on Oct. 12.
IAAF meets court deadline in Semenya case
Track and field's governing body says it met a Swiss supreme court deadline to explain why rules limiting female runners' testosterone levels should be re-imposed during Caster Semenya's appeal.
France to put ex-IAAF boss Diack, son on trial
A French judicial official says Lamine Diack will stand trial on charges of corruption, influence-trafficking and money laundering. One of his sons, Papa Massata Diack, also will stand trial.
De Grasse wins 200 meters at Golden Spike
Canadian Andre De Grasse won the men's 200-meter race at the Golden Spike meet on Thursday, holding off a challenge from American sprinter Christian Coleman.
WADA shares 110K files of Russian doping data
As Russia pushes to have its track team fully reinstated for the track and field world championships, WADA hands over about 110,000 files on Russia to the Athletics Integrity Unit.
Track coach charged with molesting ex-athlete
Onetime Olympian and longtime coach Conrad Avondale Mainwaring was arrested on charges of molesting a former athlete -- one of nearly three dozen men who told Outside the Lines the coach sexually abused them over the past 44 years.
IAAF argued that Semenya is 'biologically male'
Caster Semenya, who recently won a ruling to temporarily suspend new hormone regulations, responded to the assertion by saying that the description "hurts more than I can put in words."
Olympic medalist Kirwa banned 4 years for doping
Olympic marathon silver medalist Eunice Kirwa has been banned for four years for doping.
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.