Zango breaks world indoor triple jump record
Hugues Fabrice Zango broke the world indoor triple jump record with an effort of 18.07 meters on his sixth and final attempt on Saturday.
Head of doping ring convicted, sentenced to jail
German doctor Mark Schmidt was convicted and sentenced to four years and 10 months in prison on Friday for his role as head of an international blood doping ring uncovered in the Operation Aderlass criminal investigation.
Olympic champion Rollins-McNeal suspended
Olympic hurdles champion Brianna Rollins-McNeal has been provisionally suspended for a doping rules violation, the Athletics Integrity Unit said Thursday
Olympian Luvo Manyonga faces anti-doping suspension
Olympic long jump silver medallist Luvo Manyonga has been provisionally suspended for anti-doping whereabouts failures, the Athletics Integrity Unit said.
Silver medalist Manyonga banned in doping case
Olympic long jump silver medalist Luvo Manyonga has been suspended in a doping case and could be banned from the 2021 Tokyo Games.
Complaint: Clemson track cut is discrimination
An activist attempting to reinstate Clemson's men's track and cross country programs filed a complaint with the Department of Education, claiming that eliminating the teams is an act of illegal racial discrimination.
What if 2020 was a normal year in the world of sport?
We look at the imaginary diary of a reporter covering the world of Indian sports in a 2020 that would have heard the word 'corona' and immediately thought, 'expensive beer.'
In pictures: From Ritu to Rani, Indian athletes who did well in 2020
Who were the Indian athletes that made a mark in a challenging year like 2020?
Worlds bronze with single kidney: Anju Bobby George's shock revelation
"I felt with all the negativity everywhere today, maybe my small story could trigger a tiny hope," Anju said.
Sprinter Arzamasova gets 4-year doping ban
Former world champion Marina Arzamasova of Belarus received a four-year ban for doping after her defense that she had taken contaminated over-the-counter supplements was rejected.
Decathlon champion Rafer Johnson dies at 86
Rafer Johnson, who won the decathlon at the 1960 Rome Olympics and helped subdue Robert F. Kennedy's assassin in 1968, died Wednesday at age 86.
Avinash Sable looks to push himself more in steeplechase after surprising half marathon success
Avinash Sable had only been treating the Delhi half marathon as an afterthought, but he ended up breaking the national record.
N.Y. marathon exec resigns amid racism concerns
Michael Capiraso, the chief executive officer of the group that organizes the New York City Marathon, is stepping down amid concerns about racism and other biases in the organization.
Suspended Russian track fed gets new president
A new president was elected Monday to the Russian track and field federation RusAF, as it attempts to have its doping suspension lifted before the Tokyo Olympics.
Avinash Sable breaks national half marathon record, first Indian to run it in less than 61 minutes
Sable, who hails from Maharashtra, was 10th overall, with Ethiopia's Amedework Walelegn winning the men's elite race in 58:53.
100-meter champ Coleman appeals doping ban
Men's 100-meter world champion Christian Coleman has formally appealed against his two-year ban for missing multiple doping tests, the Court of Arbitration for Sport said Thursday.
Unique bio-bubbles, open routes, low air quality -- All you need to know about the Delhi half marathon
The Delhi Half Marathon will be the second major sporting event to be held in India since the COVID-19 pandemic began, after the ISL.
Diamond League series plans 14 meets in 2021
With the coronavirus pandemic limiting traditional meets this year, the Diamond League track and field series is planning to visit 14 cities in 2021.
U.S. triple jumper suspended for missing tests
American triple jumper Omar Craddock was suspended Thursday in another case related to missing doping tests.
Semenya to go to European court, lawyer says
Caster Semenya's lawyer will take her case to the European Court of Human Rights in a challenge against regulations that require Semenya and other female athletes to artificially lower their natural testosterone levels to compete.
Rome to host track's Euro Championships in '24
Rome was picked Tuesday to host track and field's European Championships in 2024.
Salazar's appeal hearing postponed to March
Alberto Salazar's appeal against a four-year ban in a doping case was postponed Thursday because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Bulldogs' Dunne recognizes a former teacher
Mississippi State track and field athlete Reese Dunne expresses his gratitude for his Starkville High School teacher Vijay Pacharne.
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.