Britain has pulled out of this year’s World Athletics U20 Championships in Kenya because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
UK Athletics has suspended heptathlon coach Toni Minichiello, who oversaw Jessica Ennis-Hill's gold medal win at the London 2012 Olympic Games, following a series of complaints against him.
UK Athletics has reached an agreement with the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) to move the Anniversary Games away from the London Stadium - built for the 2012 Olympics - because of increased costs arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
UK Athletics (UKA) and the Diamond League maintain that the Anniversary Games will take place as planned at the London Stadium on July 13 despite a proposal to relocate it because of a likely staging cost of £3million ($4.2million/€3.5million).
A petition has called on UK Athletics (UKA) to have a "zero-tolerance" approach to coaches, requesting lifetime bans for those found guilty of sexual misconduct in the sport.
Athletics has had a lousy 2020. Not that any sport has had a great 12 months, but the absence of a major championships after the postponement of Tokyo 2020, coupled with a severe lack of cash in the World Athletics coffers, has left the sport trailing those that have been able to keep their shows on the road in bubbles for sofa-bound audiences. Shoe wars and drug scandals have hardly helped either. Thankfully, redemption may be but eight months away, if only athletics’ leaders can seize their quadrennial moment when the world drops everything to watch its greatest runners, jumpers and throwers.
UK Athletics (UKA) has announced the departure of its major events director, Cherry Alexander, after 29 years working with the governing body.
UK Athletics chief executive Joanna Coates believes its new 12-year strategy will help to "address the sport’s long-term issues".
UK Athletics' preparations for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have been dealt a blow after its head of sprints, hurdles and relays resigned.
UK Athletics has announced plans to cut jobs from its administrative staff as it continues to feel the pinch of the coronavirus pandemic.
UK Athletics are under investigation for corporate manslaughter after the death of Paralympic discus thrower Abdullah Hayayei in 2017.
UK Athletics chief executive Joanna Coates has admitted there is no guarantee Britain will host a Diamond League meeting in 2021 after warning the country would only stage major events if it made financial sense.
Former Welsh sprinter Christian Malcolm has been appointed as the new Olympic programme head coach for UK Athletics (UKA), ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
UK Athletics has appointed Sara Symington its new performance director as part of organisational restructuring ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
UK Athletics (UKA) has been told to reform its Board and “transform the way it approaches difficult ethical decisions", after an independent review of the national governing body found a "general culture of mistrust" and claims the current state of athletics "couldn't get any worse".