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Chand qualifies for Rio 100m
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand has qualified for the women's 100 metres at the Rio Olympics less than a year after she was cleared to race following a landmark ruling on so-called gender tests. Read full article
Bailey-Cole reveals Zika blow
Jamaican sprinter Kemar Bailey-Cole revealed he had recently contracted the Zika virus but still plans to run in next week's Olympic trials, it was reported on Saturday. Read full article
Chand defies the odds to make Rio
Dutee Chand made the cut for the women's 100m at the Rio Olympics, less than a year after she was cleared to race following the Court of Arbitration for Sport's (CAS) ruling on gender testing guidelines. Read full article
Nike drops suit against Berian
Boris Berian can compete at the US Olympic athletic trials after Nike Inc. dropped its lawsuit Thursday night against the American world indoor 800-meter champion. Read full article
'Clean' Russians can compete as neutrals
Russian athletes who can prove they are untainted by the country's doping scandal were Thursday given the go-ahead to compete at the Rio Olympics but as neutrals and not under their national flag. Read full article
‘IOC is intimidating Kenyan athletes’
By forcing Kenyan athletes to undergo additional drugs tests before allowing them to compete in Rio, the International Olympic Committee is trying to intimidate his countrymen... Read full article
Schwazer fails another doping test
Italy's 2008 Olympic 50km race walk champion Alex Schwazer, who returned from a doping ban to win the world championship title last month, has again tested positive for a banned substance. Read full article
Isinbayeva insists Rio hopes not dead
Pole vault legend Yelena Isinbayeva defiantly claimed all hope of competing at the Rio Olympics is not lost after posting a world leading mark in the Russian Championships on Tuesday. Read full article
Kenya support re-testing athletes
Kenya will cooperate fully with the World Anti-Doping Agency and International Olympic Committee on its latest requirement to re-test Kenyan athletes ahead of the Rio Olympics, officials said. Read full article
Rio lifeline offered to Russian athletes
Any competitor from Russia or Kenya wishing to take part in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics will need to be individually evaluated against doping and declared eligible by their sport's international federation. Read full article
Balla arrested in Spanish doping probe - reports
Spanish police said they had arrested a Qatari athlete on Tuesday as part of an ongoing investigation into drug trafficking that has already seen one of the world's top coaches taken into custody. Read full article
Klishina hopeful over 'clean' criteria
Florida-based longer jumper Darya Klishina has reason to be hopeful despite the IAAF's ban on Russian track and field athletes competing at the Rio Olympics. Read full article
New venue for Paris' Diamond League
Paris' Diamond League meeting will leave the 80 000-capacity Stade de France in 2017 for a stadium a quarter of the size, French athletics chiefs said on Monday. Read full article
Russia 'in the dark' over Rio criteria
Russia's athletics chief said on Monday that the country was in the dark over which athletes can compete as neutrals at the Rio Games. Read full article
Russia coach says no to neutral flag
Russian athletics coach Yury Borzakovsky said on Monday he would not compete under a neutral flag at the Rio Olympics in August should the Russian team not take part in the games. Read full article
‘No chance for Russian athletes to compete’
Russian sports minister Vitaly Mutko admitted on Saturday that the country's athletes' Olympic hopes are over following a decision made by the IAAF and supported by the IOC. Read full article
‘IOC unlikely to overturn Russia ban’
The International Olympic Committee is unlikely to overturn world athletics' ban on the Russian track and field team at the Rio de Janeiro Games, IOC Vice-President John Coates said on Saturday. Read full article
Russia may appeal IAAF ban
Russia may appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport over the decision by athletics' world governing body to uphold a doping ban on its track and field team, Russian athletics official Mikhail Butov said. Read full article
'Isinbayeva to go to court over ban'
Yelena Isinbayeva intends to prove in court that an IAAF ban on Russian athletes from international competition is a violation of human rights, TASS news agency reported on Friday. Read full article
IAAF votes to keep Russia banned
Russian athletes' hopes of competing in the Rio Olympics are now at the mercy of the IOC after world athletics' governing body unanimously upheld its ban on the country. Read full article
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