Jo Pavey claimed here today that athletics is beginning to take major steps to eradicate doping but admitted it remains a major problem.
Britain's Jessica Ennis-Hill and Jo Pavey look likely to receive retrospective World Athletics Championships medals at this year’s edition in London after rivals were stripped of theirs for doping.
Great Britain’s Jo Pavey is aiming to qualify for this year’s International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships after being added to the start list for this year’s London Marathon.
For two remarkable forty-something track and field athletes, this has been a very exciting week - bringing each confirmation of a fifth Olympic appearance.
Stepanova finishes a lonely and injured last in Amsterdam - but refuses to rule out Rio 2016 appearance
Yuliya Stepanova, already a lonely figure in athletics following her decision to whistleblow details of Russia’s doping activities, finished alone - and a distant last – here in her 800 metres heat at the European Championships.
The decision taken by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) not to add thyroid hormone to its list of banned substances for 2016 has angered doping authorities in Britain and United States.
Elvan Abeylegesse stands to lose two Olympic silver medals, and one from the World Championships, after being officially named by the Turkish Athletics Federation as one of the 28 athletes for whom adverse findings were revealed by the International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) recent re-testing of samples from the 2005 and 2007 World Championships.