Rojas breaks indoor triple jump world record
Two-time world triple jump champion Yulimar Rojas of Venezuela had a jump of 15.43 meters -- .07 meters more than the previous indoor world record set by Russian Tatyana Lebedeva in 2004.
Yeshaneh world record set with disputed shoes
Ababel Yeshaneh set a world record in the women's half marathon on Friday in the latest breakthrough by athletes wearing high-tech Nike shoes.
Dutee's transcendental impact the catalyst for Courage Award
Dutee wins our inaugural Courage Award in recognition of her fearlessness in always taking a stand.
Biles wins Laureus award; Messi, Hamilton share
Gymnastics star Simone Biles was named the Laureus Sportswoman of the Year for the third time on Monday, while Lionel Messi and Lewis Hamilton shared the men's award.
Bhawana Jat's journey from grazing cattle to the Olympics
Bhawana Jat, who is yet to take part in any international competition, set a new national record on Saturday.
Coleman, Crouser shine at indoor championships
Sprinter Christian Coleman and shot-putter Ryan Crouser both almost set world indoor records Saturday at the USA Track & Field Indoor Championships.
Duplantis sets world mark for 2nd time in 8 days
With a vault of 6.18 meters, Armand Duplantis broke the world pole vault record on Saturday for the second time in eight days.
Semenya runs in meet, says she's 'here to stay'
In her first public race in eight months, Caster Semenya broke the national 300-meter record Friday night at a meet at the University of Johannesburg and proclaimed, "Track and field, you will still see my face."
Franklin retakes U.S. indoor triple jump record
Tori Franklin watched Keturah Orji break her U.S. indoor triple jump record, then went 48 feet, 1/2 inch on her final jump to retake the mark Friday night at the USA Track and Field Indoor Championships.
Purrier sets U.S. women's indoor mile record
Elle Purrier set an American record with a time of 4 minutes, 16.85 seconds in winning the Women's Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games on Saturday.
Boston Marathon tweaks start times for 2020
The Boston Marathon is tweaking its start times to send the elite men off before the women for the race's 124th edition this year, a reversal that organizers hope will give the women's race more attention.
Race walkers lose bid for women's 50K in Tokyo
A group of female race walkers failed in their effort to have a 50K event added to the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Russian track federation board quits over doping
Ongoing issues with widespread doping prompted the entire board of the Russian Athletics Federation, commonly known as RusAF, to resign on Monday.
Russian government suspends track federation
The Russian government suspended its recognition of the country's track and field federation for a month on Friday, increasing the pressure on officials to cooperate with investigations ahead of the Olympics.
Neeraj eager to make up for lost time after successful comeback
After crossing the qualifying standard for the Olympics, Chopra is now targeting the 90m barrier before the Olympics.
Indoor track and field worlds postponed by virus
The World Athletics Indoor Championships in Nanjing, China, have been postponed by a year because of the dangerous virus outbreak in the country, the sport's governing body announced Wednesday.
Neeraj Chopra qualifies for Olympics with throw of 87.86m on comeback
Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has qualified for the Tokyo Olympics with a throw of 87.86m at the Athletics Central North East meeting in his return to action after recovering from an elbow injury.
Commonwealth Games gold winner Ahye gets ban
The 100-meter gold medalist from the Commonwealth Games in 2018 was banned for two years on Tuesday for failing to notify doping testers about her whereabouts.
Ex-IAAF president Diack's corruption trial delayed
The corruption trial of former IAAF president Lamine Diack has been delayed until June, with a court in Paris adjourning proceedings after fresh evidence against another defendant was submitted.
Marathoner Kiprotich suspended for doping
Wilson Kipsang Kiprotich, the former world record holder for the men's marathon, has been provisionally suspended for doping violations.
Russian track athletes fight federation on reform
Russia's leading track and field athletes are frustrated with the slow pace of reforms at their own federation, which has been suspended since 2015 over doping offenses, and they voiced their concerns on Thursday.
Dutee Chand, the dreamer who fought the good fight
At four feet eleven inches, Dutee Chand may appear to be a misfit, but she is, and always will be, bigger than her sport.
Hypoandrogenism, Lodha, Produnova: The A-Z of Indian sport
Know your alphabet? Think again, as ESPN takes you through the last 10 years in Indian sport.
Russia gets extra time to respond to charges
Russia has received extra time to respond to charges that several of its leading track and field officials helped forge documents to give a star athlete an alibi for missing drug tests.
Holloway ends historic UF career with Bowerman Award
After becoming a finalist for the second time, Florida's Grant Holloway brings home The Bowerman Award to cap off his legendary collegiate career.
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
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