Aries Merritt, the 110 metres hurdles world record holder who underwent a kidney transplant a week after winning bronze at the 2015 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships, will return to this year's version of the event in London in full health.
United States Olympic sprint relay gold medallist Jon Drummond has had his eight-year doping ban for possession, trafficking and administration of illegal substances confirmed.
Three men have been charged by police following the fatal shooting of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay’s daughter Trinity.
Sprinter Tyson Gay, the American record holder in the 100 metres, sat out USA Bobsleigh's National Push Championships as he ponders a switch to the winter sport.
Triple world champion Tyson Gay has become the latest sprinter to reveal his intentions to compete internationally at bobsleigh.
Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay should be banned from the Olympic Games, along with all other convicted doping cheats, United States middle distance runner Alysia Montaño claimed here today.
Trinidad and Tobago relay team officially upgraded to London 2012 Olympic silver medals following Tyson Gay doping ban
Trinidad and Tobago’s 4x100 metres relay team have officially had their London 2012 bronze medal upgraded to silver following American sprinter Tyson Gay’s one-year ban for testing positive for anabolic steroids.
Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) President Brian Lewis has called on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to speed-up the process to re-distribute medals from the London 2012 4x100 metres relay, claiming it is “not fair on clean athletes”.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) have confirmed the United States men’s 4x100 metres relay team have been stripped of the silver medal won at London 2012, as a result of Tyson Gay’s doping conviction.
Is there any other issue in sport that provokes the amount of debate, controversy and outrage as doping?
Is there any other problem that attracts the headlines quite so frequently on a regular basis?
Alarmingly, doping in sport is a freight train that shows absolutely no signs of slowing down, and what a shame that is.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has stripped the United States men’s 4x100 metres relay team of its London 2012 silver medal because of Tyson Gay's doping conviction.
Usain Bolt suffered the unfamiliar feeling of defeat at the International Association of Athletics Federation’s (IAAF) World Relays in Nassau as a United States 4x100 metres team boosted by an inspired second leg from the controversial figure of Justin Gatlin won the event in 37.38 seconds, beating the Championship record set by Jamaica in last year’s inaugural running.
British sprinting star Adam Gemili admits he is “saddened” when people associate athletics with doping, but insists he is unaffected when racing those who have previously failed tests.