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Athletics | International

Shubenkov expects to hear fate soon
Sergey Shubenkov said on Monday he expects a ruling within weeks from athletics' governing body the IAAF after he applied to compete internationally as a neutral. Read full article
British sprinters injured in accident
British sprinter James Ellington said he was lucky to be alive after he and team mate Nigel Levine were seriously injured in a road traffic accident in Tenerife. Read full article
Group calls for blanket ban on Russia
The association of National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs) on Tuesday called for a blanket ban on Russia from all international sport. Read full article
Bedford 'disappointed' by Coe
David Bedford on Tuesday he was "surprised and disappointed" that IAAF President Sebastian Coe had not read an email he sent warning of the Russian doping scandal. Read full article
'Coe's evidence lacked credibility'
Sebastian Coe is to be asked to appear again before a British Parliamentary Committee after evidence they heard on Tuesday cast doubt on the credibility of his initial remarks to them, the chairman told AFP. Read full article
Clement targets hurdles hat-trick
Olympic champion Kerron Clement says an unprecedented third hurdles world championship gold is achievable this year – if he can stay injury-free. Read full article
Bekele to run London with eye on world record
Bekele the second-fastest marathon runner in history, will make another attempt at claiming the world record over the classic 26.2 mile distance when he leads a stellar field for the London marathon in April. Read full article
Kostadinova criticises proposals to wipe world records
Former Olympic high jump champion Stefka Kostadinova has criticised proposals to wipe out athletics world records in an attempt to regain public trust and clean up the sport's image. Read full article
Olympic champion Eaton retires
Two-time Olympic decathlon champion Ashton Eaton announced his retirement on Wednesday, saying he had given everything he could to the sport. Read full article
Coe backs Bolt’s new, innovative event
World athletics chief Sebastian Coe threw his support on Wednesday behind a new team event spearheaded by Usain Bolt, saying the sport needed "brave, bold ideas" to stay relevant. Read full article
'200 Russians named in doping report'
The world athletics body said on Tuesday that it has been sent the names of 200 Russians by international doping investigators who will be checked if they apply to compete as neutral competitors this year. Read full article
Russian athletics coach banned
The coach of Russian whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova was hit with a 10-year ban for doping-related offences on Friday, the Court of Arbitration for Sport announced. Read full article
Farah's award flop mystifies fellow stars
Olympic gold medalists Alistair Brownlee and Nick Skelton expressed their surprise British athletics legend Mo Farah was again snubbed by the public for the prestigious BBC Sports Personality of the Year award. Read full article
I am not a traitor - Stepanova
Whistleblower Yulia Stepanova has denied being a traitor and said being banned for two years was the turning-point that led her to expose Russia's state-backed and systematic doping programme. Read full article
Athletes braced for bombshell report
Frustrated athletes will be watching Friday's release of the McLaren report into doping in Russia and are ready to take action if their voices are not heard, said United States Anti-Doping Agency head. Read full article
Isinbayeva to head supervisory council
Twice Olympic pole vault champion Yelena Isinbayeva was named on Wednesday as head of a new Russian Anti-Doping Agency Supevisory Council which will control the actions undertaken by the organisation. Read full article
Bolt shocked by Jamaica's abstention
Usain Bolt has said he was shocked by the decision of Jamaica's athletics federation to abstain from an IAAF vote on a sweeping reform package at the governing body of world athletics. Read full article
Beijing, London positive re-tests rise
Re-tests of doping samples from the 2008 Beijing and 2012 London Olympics have found another three positive tests to take the tally to 101, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Wednesday. Read full article
IOC extends sanctions against Russia
IOC said it had extended provisional measures against Russia over its doping scandal "until further notice" pending the evaluation of a World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada)-commissioned report. Read full article
Diamond League adopts championship model
The IAAF Diamond League has adopted a championship-style model with the finalists competing for a prize pool of $3.2 million, organisers announced on Wednesday. Read full article
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