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London Marathon Chief Executive Seeking Urgent Talks with IAAF After Shobukhova Reinstated

London Marathon chief executive Nick Bitel will hold urgent talks in Beijing this week with the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) following the...

Turkish London 2012 1500m Winner Stripped of Gold Medal

London 2012 Olympic 1500 metres champion Asli Cakir Alptekin of Turkey has been stripped of her gold medal and handed an eight-year doping ban, it...

Abbeylegesse Confirmed as One of “IAAF 28” as Pavey Stands by for 10,000m World...

Elvan Abeylegesse stands to lose two Olympic silver medals, and one from the World Championships, after being officially named by the Turkish Athletics Federation...

Coe Pledges $100,000 Over Four Years to all 214 IAAF Member Federations as Presidency...

Sebastian Coe today promised to give an Olympic Athletics Dividend of at least $100,000 (£64,000/€91,000) over four years to all 214 members of the...

President Diack announced the next five years of IAAF (Track and Field) Diamond League...

The next five years of the IAAF Diamond League are guaranteed following a new agreement announced here today by Lamine Diack, President of the...

Exclusive: Barcelona, Doha and Eugene set to bid for 2019 IAAF World Championships

Barcelona, Doha and Eugene are all set to bid for the 2019 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships. Applications from the three cities...

Athletics World Champions are Getting Older

Track and field world champions are getting older again, after a near decade-long spell at the start of the millennium when their average age...

Turkey Needs to “Clean Their House” if Istanbul 2020 is to Win Bid, IAAF...

Turkey's government needs to do more to demonstrate that it is dealing with its country's doping problem if Istanbul's bid to host the 2020...

Adidas Suspends Tyson Gay’s Contract as Administrators React to Latest Doping Incidents

Sportswear brand Adidas has moved to suspend its contract with Tyson Gay, the U.S. sprinter, as sports administrators began to react Monday to the...

Who Runs the IOC?

When, against expectation, Buenos Aires was elected host of the third Summer Youth Games for 2018. The crucial element was a gaffe by Juan...

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