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Kenya defends anti-doping record
Kenyan athletics bosses have defended the country's record on doping, despite 32 athletes having tested positive for banned substances in in-and out-of-competition tests in the last five years. Read full article
India athlete to compete pending ruling
Indian athlete will be allowed to compete in domestic competitions pending a final decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport on her appeal against a suspension owing to high level of male hormones. Read full article
Kenya's Kiptanui wants tough doping laws
Kenya's three-time world 3 000 metres steeplechase champion Moses Kiptanui has called for tough sanctions on athletes who fail doping tests, saying "big money" was behind the cheating. Read full article
Tyson Gay's former coach suspended eight years
American sprinter Tyson Gay's former coach has been suspended for eight years for doping violations, the US Anti-Doping Agency said on Wednesday. Read full article
Doping agency sets up Russia inquiry
The World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) on Tuesday set up an independent investigation for the first time in its history to look into the "serious" allegations of widespread doping in Russian athletics. Read full article
Italy announce Rome 2024 Olympic bid
Italy announced Monday that Rome will be a candidate to host the 2024 Olympics, a decision that comes two years after the government scrapped plans to bid for the 2020 Games. Read full article
Doping scandal among biggest - Coe
The current doping crisis engulfing track and field is as damaging to the sport as the scandals involving Ben Johnson and Marion Jones, IAAF vice president Sebastian Coe said Read full article
Bekele sets sights on marathon gold in Rio
Kenenisa Bekele, world record holder over 5 000 and 10 000 metres, is aiming for Marathon gold at the 2016 Olympics. Read full article
IAAF pair step down in doping probe
The treasurer of the IAAF Valentin Balakhnichev, and the son of the body's president Lamine Diack have stepped down while corruption and doping allegations are investigated. Read full article
Bubka 'shocked' by Russian doping claims
Pole vault legend Sergey Bubka admitted on Sunday he was "shocked" by claims of widespread doping among Russian athletes and pledged a crackdown on the "criminal" gangs who control the drugs supply. Read full article
Russia mull legal steps over 'slander'
Russia's athletics federation said on Saturday they were considering legal action following "slanderous allegations" made on German television of massive drug use in the country's sport. Read full article
IOC calls for quick probe of Russia claims
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Friday called for a quick investigation into claims that Russian athletes are involved in widespread performance-boosting doping. Read full article
Russia to probe claims of systematic doping
The Russian Anti-Doping Agency has launched an investigation into claims of corruption and systematic doping in the country and within its own ranks. Read full article
IAAF to investigate doping allegations
The world athletics governing body IAAF has referred allegations made about systematic doping in Russian sport to an independent ethics committee, the organization confirmed on Thursday. Read full article
Coe declares candidacy for IAAF president
Sebastian Coe declared his candidacy on Thursday to become president of track and field's world governing body, setting up a likely election battle against pole vault great Sergei Bubka. Read full article
IAAF's Coe defends choice of Doha
Sebastian Coe has dismissed criticism on the choice of Doha as host of the 2019 World Athletics Championships by the ruling body IAAF. Read full article
Lavillenie, Adams named athletes of 2014
France's pole vault world record holder Renaud Lavillenie and New Zealand's unstoppable shot-putter Valerie Adams were named the IAAF's World Athletes of the Year in Monaco on Friday. Read full article
French athlete Traby fails drug test - source
French long distance runner Laila Traby, who won the women's 10,000m bronze at the European championships, has tested positive for banned blood booster EPO. Read full article
Rio 2016 opts for early finals
Eight track and field finals at the 2016 Rio Olympics will be staged in the morning to capture prime-time TV audiences in Europe, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) said. Read full article
Korir seeks to criminalise doping
Kenyan marathon-star-turned-politician Wesley Korir has announced plans to criminalise doping, arguing drastic action was the only way to halt a worsening sporting crisis in his east African nation. Read full article
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