A "high profile" Kenyan distance runner who has "dominated" World Championships in recent years has reportedly been embroiled in a doping scandal.
Deba named 2014 Boston Marathon winner as organisers take steps to recover prize money from disgraced Jeptoo
Ethiopia’s Buzunesh Deba has been named the winner of the 2014 Boston Marathon following the disqualification of Kenya's Rita Jeptoo from the event for doping.
Charges against Italian athletics agent Federico Rosa over alleged doping offences have been dropped, a Kenyan magistrate has said.
Kenyan marathon runner Rita Jeptoo will serve a further two-year doping suspension after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld an appeal to double her initial ban.
Claudio Berardelli, the former coach of banned marathon runner Rita Jeptoo, has been charged with doping offences by a court in Kenya.
Nick Butler: Responses to doping have been riddled with inconsistencies - but does that mean they are wrong?
Coverage of doping stories in sport this year has felt at times like being stuck in some sort of endless time-warp.
Federico Rosa has been released on bail after prosecutors were given more time to investigate the medical records of the agent, who has been accused of contravening new doping laws in Kenya.
Marathon runner Rita Jeptoo has reportedly denied accusations that she deliberately hung-up midway through her hearing with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) today.
The lawyer representing suspended Kenyan runner Rita Jeptoo has withdrawn a day before the start of a hearing into her two-year doping ban at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Hotel rooms belonging to two leading agents whose company represented banned Kenyan athletes such as Rita Jeptoo have been searched by police during the country’s Olympic trials in Eldoret.
A group of athletes have stormed the headquarters of Athletics Kenya in protest at the leadership of current chairman Isaiah Kiplagat, following allegations of deep-rooted corruption within the governing body.
With a tradition of deep elite fields and fast times, the Chicago Marathon blends pace and competition
The Chicago Marathon, which takes place today for the 38th time since it started in 1977 (they only ran a half marathon in 1987), will be historic. For the first time since Carey Pinkowski took over as race director in 1990, it will no longer be employing pacemakers.
The Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) has become the latest organisation to hit out at the recent doping allegations to plague the sport, claiming “immense damage” has been caused to their athletes and that they are “disturbed” a lot of them are aimed at Kenyan athletes.
Athletics Kenya has suspended two agencies - Rosa Associati and Volare Sports - for six months pending investigations into a spate of doping cases involving home athletes.