World Athletics President Sebastian Coe is to write to Russia's new Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin warning him that his country's athletes will not be allowed to compete at this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo unless its sport's leaders admit charges of breaking anti-doping rules.
The women's high jump and men's pole vault events are expected to be among the main attractions tomorrow as the World Athletics Indoor Tour resumes with the 36th edition of the Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe.
The World Athletics Indoor Championships in Nanjing have been postponed due to the outbreak of coronavirus in China.
The Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) faces the very real threat of being expelled from World Athletics following the publication of a report today by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) that accuses it of failing to accept responsibility for several "serious anti-doping breaches" and that it needs to change.
Next month's 9th Asian Indoor Athletics Championships scheduled to be held at Hangzhou in China is the latest event to be affected by the coronavirus outbreak after it was announced it would no longer be taking place there.
Ten cities will host Gold level athletics meetings across four continents as part of the pilot year for the World Athletics Continental Tour in 2020.
Athletics Kenya President Jackson Tuwei has claimed the suspension of so many of the country's top runners for doping proves they are taking the problem seriously and are on their way to solving it.
The United States' first hosting of the World Athletics Championships is on course to be a success, leading officials from the International Federation have claimed following a visit Oregon, due to stage the event next year, despite budget concerns.
The trial of former International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Lamine Diack in Paris has been delayed until June after prosecutors received documents concerning testimony from his son and co-defendant Papa Massata Diack.
Disgraced former International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Lamine Diack could spend the remainder of his life in prison if convicted at a trial beginning in Paris tomorrow, where he stands accused of corruption, influence-trafficking and money laundering.
Mogos Tuemay and Fotyen Tesfay recorded an Ethiopian double at the 63rd edition of the Campaccio race, the fourth leg of the 2019-20 World Athletics Cross Country Permit series, in San Giorgio su Legnano, Italy.
Wildcard entries for the 2020 World Championships in Nanjing and $20,000 (£15,000/€18,000) bonuses for overall winners will be up for grabs on next year's World Athletics Indoor Tour.
Coe insists Russian athletes unable to compete at Tokyo 2020 unless "absolutely comfortable" they are clean
World Athletics President Sebastian Coe has said Russian track and field athletes will not be admitted to compete at next year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo unless he is "absolutely comfortable" they are clean.
Another top Kenyan marathon runner has been suspended for four-years, after being found guilty of doping, and two team mates are also facing sanctions following positive tests.
New Zealand's greatest Olympian, Sir Peter Snell, has died, aged 80, it has been announced.