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.
Agent: Semenya's IAAF Morocco invitation sent 'too late'
Caster Semenya will not be running in the 800m event at the IAAF Diamond League in Morocco on Sunday, with her agent saying the athlete was only invited two days before the race.
Semenya wins in court again as IAAF appeal fails
Caster Semenya has won another court decision in her battle to get track and field's testosterone regulations thrown out.
IAAF denies promising Russian reinstatement
The IAAF has denied promising that Russia will be reinstated in time for the track and field world championships, after Russian state TV quoted the country's top track official as saying he had received guarantees.
Runner Grunewald dies of cancer at age 32
Gabriele Grunewald, the long distance runner who inspired many during her battle with cancer, died Tuesday at age 32.
49ers' Goodwin fully committed to Tokyo bid
Marquise Goodwin said that preparing for the long jump offers similar training to playing football and that his pursuit of another Olympic appearance will not affect his offseason preparation.
Defiant Semenya to IAAF: Catch dopers, 'not us'
A defiant Caster Semenya is urging track's governing body to drop its battle against female runners with high testosterone levels and instead focus on catching dope cheats.
Semenya wins again as IAAF case goes on
Caster Semenya returned to the track with victory in the 2000 metres at the Meeting de Montreuil in France as her appeal against proposed rules demanding she lower her testosterone levels continues.
Semenya named in World Champs squad
Double Olympic 800 metres champion Caster Semenya has been included in South Africa's preliminary team for this year's world championships in Qatar, but her participation still depends on the outcome of an appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal.
Track body IAAF to rebrand as World Athletics
Track and field's world governing body is to change its name from the IAAF to World Athletics in a rebranding move that IAAF president Sebastian Coe says is part of a plan to attract a younger audience.
Russia's track ban extended over doping reform
IAAF, track's world governing body, refused to lift Russia's ban from international track and field over concerns that it is "backsliding" on doping reforms.
Edward Mothibi wins Comrades Marathon
Mothibi, who finished fourth to Bongmusa Mthembu on debut in 2018, wins the 87km race this year by just 25 seconds from his fellow South African. Gerda Steyn wins the women's race, breaking the Up Run-record time by more than 10 minutes.
Razorbacks capture another title
Head coach Lance Harter discusses the significance of winning another title, as Arkansas secures the 2019 NCAA Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Holloway, SEC shine in track and field championships
Florida's Grant Holloway breaks a 40-year-old record, while Aggies and Gamecocks also secure titles at the NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Norman runs world-leading 200m at Golden Gala
Michael Norman clocked a world-leading time, 19.70 seconds, in the men's 200 meters to edge out fellow American Noah Lyles at the Golden Gala meet on Thursday.
IAAF told to suspend Semenya testosterone rules
The Swiss supreme court has ordered the IAAF to temporarily suspend its testosterone regulations.
Russia says it is cooperating with AIU's inquiry
The Russian track and field federation said Sunday that it is cooperating with an investigation into allegations its officials submitted forged paperwork in a doping case.
ASA to join Semenya appeal against CAS verdict
Athletics South Africa (ASA) said on Friday it had joined Caster Semenya's appeal against the ruling that currently prevents the double Olympic champion from running her preferred distance races.
Agent: Lawson to appeal expected 4-year ban
American long jumper and sprinter Jarrion Lawson, a strong medal contender in Tokyo, will appeal an expected four-year doping ban, his agent says.
Semenya appeals against testosterone ruling
Caster Semenya has appealed the Court of Arbitration for Sport's decision to uphold the IAAF regulation that she cannot run in international races from 400 meters to one mile unless she medically lowers her natural testosterone levels.
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.