World Athletics has hit out at the election of convicted drugs cheat Ivan Tsikhan as the new President of the Belarus Athletic Federation (BFLA).
Rule change opens way for controversial "Final Three" long jump format at Olympics and World Championships
The controversial “Final Three” format in the long jump could be established in future Olympics and World Athletics Championships through a rule change highlighted today with the publication of the latest World Athletics Competition and Technical Rules 2020 Edition.
Convicted drugs cheat Ivan Tsikhan has been elected as the new President of the Belarus Athletic Federation (BFLA).
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has admitted the spate of doping cases among his country's athletes is "troubling" as he called for the Sports Ministry to enhance its education to prevent further violations.
Next Sunday's (October 4) 40th running of the London Marathon could be the most unpredictable ever, according to race director Hugh Brasher.
More than $55 million transferred to and from Diack accounts linked to Russian doping and Olympic vote corruption claims
More than $55 million (£43 million/€47 million) was sent to and from accounts linked to former International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Lamine Diack and his son Papa Massata, including those tied to the Russian doping scandal and Tokyo's successful bid for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
World Athletics Council has extended the deadline for the Russian Athletics Federation’s Reinstatement Commission to finalise its restoration plan.
Cathy Freeman’s gold medal winning 400m race at the Sydney 2000 Olympics has become the first Australian sporting moment to be preserved using "Synthetic DNA" technology in what a leading official has described as a "Space Odyssey."
The Brighton Marathon today became the latest casualty of the coronavirus pandemic as organisers announced plans to stage the event in the form of a concluding 10 kilometres race on October 11 had been reluctantly cancelled.
Obiri and Kipyegon set 2020 world bests at final Diamond League meeting in Doha and Duplantis wins again
Kenya’s Hellen Obiri and Faith Kipyegon registered 2020 world-best times over the relatively unfamiliar distances of 3,000 and 800 metres respectively at tonight’s final Diamond League meeting of the season in Doha.
Disgraced former International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Lamine Diack has made his latest appearance in front of a French judge as part of an investigation into alleged corruption linked to the respective awarding of the 2016 and 2020 Olympic Games to Rio de Janeiro and Tokyo.
Freeman was "petrified" about receiving medal after Sydney 2000 victory she admits on 20th anniversary
On the 20th anniversary of her momentous 400 metres victory at the Sydney Olympics, Cathy Freeman has revealed that what "petrified" her most about the occasion was the thought of the medal ceremony.
Hellen Obiri, Beatrice Chepkoech, Conseslus Kipruto and Timothy Cheruiyot will return to action tomorrow in the city where they won world titles last year - Doha - for the last meeting in this season’s Wanda Diamond League (WDL).
The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) has banned a Kenyan athlete who ran from drugs testers and then jumped over a fence to get away - taking the number of athletes from the East African country currently serving suspensions to 66.
Jamaican police say an investigation into whether Usain Bolt's 34th birthday party broke coronavirus protocols is likely to take a further two weeks.