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".
UK Athletics has confirmed it has given UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) a full version of the 2015 review of American coach Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project.
Neil Black, the former performance director at UK Athletics (UKA), has died aged 60, the organisation has announced.
UK Athletics chief executive Joanna Coates has claimed there are "definitely plans" to give UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) a full version of the 2015 review of American coach Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project.
UK Athletics has launched the first Athletics Pride Network to support the sport's lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT+) community.
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) have repeated a request to UK Athletics to see a full version of the organisation's 2015 review of American coach Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project.
An independent report has found the decisions taken by UK Athletics regarding the American coach Alberto Salazar "could have been better managed and implemented."
Doctor Rob Chakraverty - the former UK Athletics chief medical officer who administered controversial injections to Sir Mo Farah in 2014 - has resigned as the lead doctor for the England men’s football team.
Farah faces fresh scrutiny after documentary claims Olympic champion changed account to investigators
Sir Mo Farah has faced increased scrutiny after a BBC Panorama programme revealed the four-time Olympic champion changed his account over reportedly receiving injections of the legal supplement L-carnitine when questioned by United States Anti-Doping Agency investigators.
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.
UK Athletics has appointed former Premier League general secretary Nic Coward as its interim chief executive after Zara Hyde Peters failed to take up the post following allegations about her husband.
Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) has today announced that former UK Athletics chair Ed Warner has been appointed to the Board of Trustees with immediate effect and will take over from the current chair, Kevin Aitchison, when he stands down in September 2020.
UK Athletics has commissioned an independent review into its own handling of its relationship with the Nike Oregon Project (NOP) run by Alberto Salazar, the American coach banned for doping.
Zara Hyde Peters will not be taking up her role as the new chief executive of UK Athletics after allegations made about her husband have come to light.