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Schippers clocks 60m season's best
Dafne Schippers ran a world leading seven seconds dead on Saturday to win the women's 60m at Berlin's Indoor meeting and lay down a marker for the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Kenya stepping up anti-doping fight
Kenya has increased efforts to root out doping ahead of the Rio Olympics, the Kenyan athletics federation chief said on Friday. Read full article
London board rocked by resignations
An independent board has been put in charge of running next year's IAAF world athletics championships in London after a series of resignations muddled preparations for the event. Read full article
Kenya in race to meet Wada timelines
Kenya faces a race against time to show the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) that it tackling cheating in athletics or it could face expulsion from major competitions. Read full article
Kenyan federation slams bribery claims
Kenya's athletics federation on Thursday dismissed allegations of bribery against its chief executive, saying two athletes who accused Isaac Mwangi of seeking payments to reduce their doping suspensions.. Read full article
Angry Coe hits back at Nestle
World athletics chief Sebastian Coe on Wednesday angrily hit back at Nestle's move to terminate its sponsorship of the scandal-hit IAAF, insisting he will not accept the decision. Read full article
Nestle ends IAAF partnership
Swiss food giant Nestle will end its partnership with the International Association of Athletics Federations because of scandal surrounding the sport, the company said on Wednesday. Read full article
Kenya could skip Rio due to Zika
Kenya caused a stir on Tuesday when the head of its Olympics committee said the team might withdraw from the Rio Games because of Zika. Read full article
Injury puts Isinbayeva's return on hold
Russian pole vault star Yelena Isinbayeva's intended return to competition after a break of over two years has been put on hold because of a leg injury, local media reported Saturday. Read full article
'Belated gold would be hollow victory'
It would be a hollow victory for Sonia O'Sullivan if she became a double world champion 23 years after losing to Chinese athletes being probed for systematic doping, the former Irish distance runner said. Read full article
Injured Ennis-Hill out of indoor season
Reigning Olympic and world heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill has been ruled out of the indoor athletics season after she sustained an achilles tendon injury during training. Read full article
Suhr sets world indoor pole vault record
Reigning Olympic champion Jenn Suhr of the United States broke her own women's world indoor pole vault record on Saturday by clearing 5.03 meters at the Golden Eagle Invitational meet. Read full article
Eaton, Suhr to compete in Boston
Reigning Olympic champions Ashton Eaton and Jenn Suhr of the United States were confirmed on Wednesday as entrants for next month's Boston Indoor Grand Prix athletics meet. Read full article
IAAF ethics board to look at 2017 vote
The IAAF's ethics committee is to investigate the bidding for the 2017 and 2019 world athletics championships after accusations of possible corruption. Read full article
'No alternative to Coe for IAAF presidency'
Sebastian Coe is the right man to lead the sport out of its doping and corruption crisis and he has the support of all the European federations, European Athletics president Svein Arne Hansen said. Read full article
Bolt drops 2020 hint
Usain Bolt says he has considered the possibility of extending his remarkable career to the 2020 Olympics – but is targeting a history-making new world 200m record at this year's Rio de Janeiro games first. Read full article
Russia bans four athletes for doping
Russia's Olympic Committee (ROC) has banned four athletes for doping, as the country struggles to overturn a suspension on its track and field team that could see it miss the Rio Olympics. Read full article
IAAF taskforce to meet Russia's new athletics chief
An IAAF inspection team is due on Monday to meet the new head of Russia's scandal-ridden athletics federation, as the country struggles to get a ban for doping allegations overturned ahead of the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Schrader to miss Rio Olympics
Michael Schrader will miss this year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics after the former world championship silver medallist tore ligaments in his knee during training, requiring him to undergo surgery on Monday. Read full article
Senegal will not extradite Diack's son
Senegal's prime minister said his country will not extradite Papa Massata Diack, the son of former international athletics federation (IAAF) president Lamine Diack, wanted for alleged corruption. Read full article
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