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Athletics | International

Wada meets Kenya officials over doping report
The World Anti-Doping Agency has met with Kenyan officials over a government-commissioned report into alleged doping. Read full article
Gatlin fails to make list of finalists for award
Facing a backlash over his doping past, American sprinter Justin Gatlin has failed to make the list of finalists for the IAAF world athlete of the year award. Read full article
Government slams AK sabotage claims
The simmering differences between the Kenyan Government and Athletics Kenya over the IAAF 2017 World Youth Championships bid continued. Read full article
Kimetto, Birech get IAAF World Athlete of the Year nods
It keeps getting better for new world marathon record holder, Dennis Kimetto, when he was named in the shortlist for the IAAF World Athlete of the Year award. Read full article
IAAF asks Harting to reconsider anti-Gatlin withdrawal
The ruling athletics body IAAF said Wednesday it has asked German discus thrower Robert Harting to reconsider the withdrawal of his name from the Athlete of the Year shortlist. Read full article
Coe 'big problems' with Gatlin on shortlist
IAAF vice president Sebastian Coe says he has "big problems" with the track and field governing body including doping-tainted sprinter Justin Gatlin on the athlete of the year shortlist. Read full article
Barcelona, Doha, Eugene bid for Worlds
The IAAF has confirmed that three cities - in the United States, Spain and Qatar - are in the running to host the 2019 World Championships. Read full article
DISCUSSION: The Justin Gatlin dilemma
Convicted drug cheat Justin Gatlin has been shortlisted for IAAF World Athlete of the Year. Read full article
Harting asks to be removed from award list
Olympic discus champion Robert Harting wants to be removed from the shortlist for the 2014 athlete of the year award, because former banned sprinter Justin Gatlin has also been nominated. Read full article
Gatlin in race for world athlete award
American sprinter Justin Gatlin, unbeaten this season, is a candidate for IAAF world athlete of the year. Read full article
Iraqi wins gold after finishing fourth
Iraq's Adnan Almntfage was promoted to the gold medal in the men's 800m at the Asian Games after the first three runners were disqualified. Read full article
Ogunode wins 100m in Asian record
Qatar's Femi Ogunode won the Asian Games 100 metres gold in a new continental record time of 9.93 seconds despite wet conditions in Incheon on Sunday. Read full article
Bahrain's Jebet stripped of gold
Teenaged Bahrain steeplechaser Ruth Jebet was dramatically stripped of gold just before she mounted the podium on Saturday as the Asian Games athletics started in a storm of controversy. Read full article
Adams has shoulder, elbow surgery
Two-time Olympic shotput champion Valerie Adams had surgery on her right elbow and left shoulder in Auckland on Friday. Read full article
Isinbayeva says will not compete in 2015
Double Olympic pole vault champion Yelena Isinbayeva will not compete next year but is fixing her sights on the Rio Olympics in 2016, the Russian said on Thursday. Read full article
Spearmon handed three-month doping ban
The United States Anti-Doping Agency has slapped American sprinter Wallace Spearmon with a three-month suspension after the US Olympian failed a drug test in July. Read full article
Lavillenie eases to Continental Cup win
Olympic pole vault champion and world record holder Renaud Lavillenie had too much class for his rivals as the French star eased to victory at the Continental Cup in Marrakech, Morocco, on Sunday. Read full article
Merritt shines as Continental Cup begins
LaShawn Merritt romped to victory in the 400 metres at the IAAF Continental Cup in Marrakech, Morocco, on Saturday as the Americas opened the defence of the title they won four years ago. Read full article
Gatlin continues unbeaten run in Italy
American Justin Gatlin continued his unbeaten season over 100m by winning the Rieti meet on Sunday in a time of 9.83sec. Read full article
Farah ends British drought in Great North run
Mo Farah became the first home runner to win the men's Great North Run race since Steve Kenyon in 1985 as he won a thrilling duel with Kenyan and former training partner Kigen in Newcastle on Sunday. Read full article
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