A Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) Working Group will oversee all track and field competitions until the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) is reinstated by the Sports Ministry, ROC President Stanislav Pozdnyakov has confirmed.
UK Athletics has been forced into another reshuffle of its leadership after Chris Clark resigned as chairman of the embattled body on the same day Joanna Adams was appointed chief executive.
An independent review into UK Athletics has been commissioned by UK Sport following a turbulent period for the national governing body.
Russian Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin has confirmed a response has been sent to the World Athletics regarding the Russian Athletics Federation’s (RusAF) alleged doping cover-up for world indoor high jump champion Danil Lysenko.
Disgraced marathon runner Rita Jeptoo has warned Kenyan athletes to be more responsible for what they put into their bodies following a spate of doping cases involving competitors from the African country.
Organisers of next month's Tokyo Marathon have revealed surgical masks will be distributed to runners and volunteers, upon request, as part of preventive safety measures against coronavirus.
The Millrose Games and its iconic marquee event, the Wanamaker Mile, has been awarded the World Athletics Heritage Plaque.
Sweden's European Cross Country champion Robel Fsiha has been suspended for doping just two months after winning the 2019 European Cross Country Championships in Lisbon in Portugal.
Home athletes Dane Bird-Smith and Jemima Montag booked their places at Tokyo 2020 through the Oceania and Australian Race Walking Championships in Adelaide.
Sweden's Armand Duplantis set a pole vault world record in Torun in Poland tonight, clearing 6.17 metres to better the mark set by Frenchman Renaud Lavillenie.
Poland's world indoor champion Adam Kszczot will have home support on his side as he looks to bounce back from a rare defeat in the men's 800 metres in the latest leg of the World Athletics Indoor Tour tomorrow.
Turkish European steeplechase champion Gülcan Mıngır and Albanian sprinter Klodiana Shala have been provisionally suspended after testing positive from samples taken at London 2012 by the Athletics Integrity Unit.
Nike’s new chief executive John Donahoe has defended the company’s range of VaporFly shoes against claims that they offer a mechanical advantage to runners.
The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU), is seeking candidates for two positions on its Board, and has extended the closing date for applications by a week to Friday, February 14.
The London Marathon, first run in 1981, will mark its landmark edition this year by branding itself as “The 40th Race.”