Sport, Interrupted: Income freeze leaves gym instructors anxious, confused
One of the earliest victims of lockdown, India's fitness industry will have to reimagine workplaces for a meaningful restart.
Morrow, 3-time gold medalist sprinter, dies at 84
Bobby Joe Morrow, the Texas sprinter who won three gold medals in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics while a student at Abilene Christian University, died Saturday. He was 84.
Boston Marathon canceled for first time
Organizers canceled the Boston Marathon on Thursday for the first time in its history, bowing to the social distancing requirements of the coronavirus outbreak and ending a 124-year run that had persisted through two World Wars, a volcanic eruption...
Check out this 55-inch jump
Washington State track & field athlete Ray Wells Jr. shows off his hops on a 55-inch jump.
Dutee back on track; other athletes wait for clearer picture
Dutee Chand resumed training after the Ministry of Home affairs allowed sports complexes to open on Sunday.
Olympic finalist runner Taplin banned 4 years
Olympic finalist Bralon Taplin lost his appeal against a four-year ban for dodging a doping test, and will miss the Tokyo Games and the next two track and field world championships.
Greece's Stefanidi wins pole vault Garden Clash
The strategy of reigning Olympic champion Katerina Stefanidi throughout a fast-paced, race-against-the-clock pole vault competition: keep cool.
Coronavirus sees 2020 Comrades Marathon officially cancelled
The Comrades Marathon, the world's oldest and largest Ultramarathon, has been cancelled for 2020, Athletics South Africa announced on Thursday.
UK Athletics review: 'General culture of mistrust'
An independent review of Britain's track-and-field body found that UK athletics "is not (currently) in a good position" and that there was a "general culture of mistrust."
Home run: How to dodge tables, grandmothers and keep a marathon dream alive
Staying fit indoors is challenging for most athletes, probably more so for running enthusiasts.
European track & field championships canceled
The European track and field championships in Paris this summer have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Odlozil Memorial meet in Prague still on June 8
The one-year postponement of the Tokyo Olympics has inspired organizers of a track meet in the Czech Republic to go ahead with their event in June, albeit with limits on athletes and events.
Diamond League sees changes to 3 more events
Three more Diamond League meetings will not go ahead as scheduled because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Anniversary Games in London on July 4 are now the earliest scheduled competition of the season.
USA Track & Field reschedules trials for June '21
Originally scheduled for this June, USA Track and Field has rescheduled its Olympic trials for June 18-27, 2021, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic postponing the Tokyo Olympics.
Agent gets 2-year ban for doping talk to reporters
Athletics agent Robert Wagner, who was filmed telling undercover reporters he could supply performance enhancing drugs, has agreed to a two-year ban in a case that risked implicating Justin Gatlin in doping.
Runners prep for spring without Boston Marathon
The Boston Marathon, originally scheduled for Monday, will not run this spring for the first time in 124 years.
USA Track & Field lays off 7; CEO takes pay cut
USA Track & Field has laid off seven people from its 65-person staff and CEO Max Siegel is taking a 20% pay cut to offset lost revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic. The track federation sanctions 8,000 live events annually.
Comrades Marathon postponed due to coronavirus pandemic
The 2020 Comrades Marathon, which was set to be run on June 14, has been postponed indefinitely, as South Africa continues to be on lockdown in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Olympian Morris builds own pole vault setup
Sandi Morris, who won silver at the Rio Games, didn't have a place to practice and had plenty of down time due to the coronavirus pandemic. So she and her father constructed their own pole vault setup.
Russian coach banned 4 years for bribe attempt
A Russian track coach has been banned for four years after the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled he tried to bribe a doping tester.
London Marathon winner Daniel Wanjiru provisionally suspended
The Kenyan marathon runner has been charged with "use of a prohibited substance/method", and cannot participate in any competition until a hearing into the allegation has taken place.
Cabot High School baseball is honored on SVP's final #SeniorNight
Scott Van Pelt pays tribute for the final time to 2020 senior athletes, both high school and collegiate, whose seasons were cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Olympic postponement just another obstacle for Allyson Felix to overcome
A month ago, Allyson Felix was preparing for her fifth Olympics, stronger than ever after giving birth in 2018. Now everything is uncertain -- except that Felix will keep pushing toward her goals.
World Athletics Championship set for July 2022
The World Athletics Championships in Oregon have been rescheduled to 15-24 July in 2022 after the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
SEC Confessional: Boling gives advice on home workouts
While spending time at home, UGA track and field star Matthew Boling talks about playing Xbox and gives some advice on workouts to stay active.
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.