World champion shot-putter Tom Walsh will continue on the European circuit despite carrying an injury. An existing groin injury flared up just before Walsh won his title in…
Debate rages on around the issue of Caster Semenya and hyperandrogenism Calls have been made for Semenya to undergo Hormone Replacement Therapy A leading expert in the field…
Americans Isiah Young, Ameer Webb advance to 200 final at world championships; Kyree King out
American Isiah Young turned in the fastest time of the day…
Fining Russia rather than restricting their participation at next year's Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang would be a "superficial gesture" rather than a genuine punishment, according to the…
LONDON (Reuters) - Norway's Karsten Warholm announced himself as one of athletics' brightest new talents as he recorded a magnificent gun-to-line triumph to lift the world 400 meters…
LONDON (Reuters) - Botswana's Isaac Makwala was cleared to run in the men's 200 metres at the World Athletics Championships on Wednesday by the IAAF which had previously…
Mo Farah competes in the first round of the men's 5,000m at 20.05, and will be expected to qualify comfortably for the final on Saturday. There are medals…
LONDON — No matter if it’s sports or what journalists call hard news, all young reporters learn early on a truism. Whether it’s a big court case, a…
Ivory Coast, Denmark and more to face best of British later this month LONDON 2017 100m silver and bronze medallists Marie-Josée Ta Lou and Dafne Schippers will race…
Pierre-Ambroise Bosse loves gambling and on Tuesday he rolled the dice and won the biggest prize of his life, the 800 metres world title, to give France their…
London (AFP) - Day six highlights for the IAAF World Championships on Wednesday: Men's 5000 metres heats Mo Farah may have emerged battered and bruised from his superb…
• ‘The new, raw athletes are scary,’ says Briton before Wednesday’s heats • Farah would be surprised if team-mate Andy Butchart won a medal Mo Farah believes his…
British athletes are underperforming at the World Championships because of issues with their mentality, says ex-Olympic champion Darren Campbell. UK Sport's target is between six and eight medals…
• Briton pipped to 1500m bronze by Olympic 800m champion • London organisers close hotel floor over gastroenteritis outbreak Laura Muir was close to tears after missing out…
The 31-year-old is one of the most-decorated British sportswomen in history, but has now retired from competition JESSICA ENNIS-HILL DBE is one of the most decorated British sportswomen…
Atheltics' governing body contemplating changing its name as part of overhaul Ex-president Lamine Diack was found to have collaborated with drug cheats Organisation has sunk so low that…
Treatment of Gatlin in stark contrast to the refusal to ask questions about Mo Farah’s coach here are cheerleaders in every sport but not all carry pompoms. It…
The various promotional material around London Stadium for the World Athletics Championships demonstrates just how far Laura Muir has come. Alongside the likes of Mo Farah and Usain…
What is it? Usain Bolt will run his final competitive race in the men's 4x100m relay next Sunday, as the Jamaican calls time on his illustrious career. Before…
Day one of a World Championships is always light on finals with one, or at most two, gold medals being decided. But against that, you get to see…
British Athletics performance director Neil Black has never seen anything which has made him doubt Sir Mo Farah's defence against doping claims. Four-time Olympic champion Farah has been…
Athletics needs to shake itself out of the Dark Ages and be much better at presenting what is a great product, according to world and Olympic long jump…
Jamaica's 4x400m world championship bronze medalist Riker Hylton has been cleared of an alleged doping violation by an independent anti-doping panel in Kingston. The Jamaican Anti-Doping Commission(JADCO) claimed…
Implications of intersex athletes and hyperandrogenism yet to be finally addressed
Consider this the hint of the century. There are a couple of women’s world records which either…
Dr. Peter Sonksen is a retired Professor of Endocrinology from St. Thomas’ Hospital and King’s College, London and a Visiting Professor at Southampton University. He was awarded an…
By Mitch Phillips LONDON (Reuters) - Sebastian Coe's stubborn insistence on the retention of a permanent running track at the London Olympic stadium gets its ultimate validation over…
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