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Mo declares he's 100 percent clean
Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah said on Tuesday he was "100 percent clean" and would leave his long-time coach Alberto Salazar if it was proved the American was guilty of violating any doping rules. Read full article
Bolt pulls out of Paris, Lausanne
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt's troubled season continued on Tuesday when he pulled out of the Paris and Lausanne Diamond League meetings due to a leg injury. Read full article
Jamaica banking on youth and experience for worlds
Jamaica are banking on a mix of youth and experience to continue their dominance in the sprint events at the August 22-30 world championships in Beijing event after some strong performances. Read full article
Bondarenko out, Dibaba targets WR
Bohdan Bondarenko on Monday pulled out of this weekend's Paris Diamond League meet where organisers say Genzebe Dibaba is aiming to lower the women's 5 000m world record. Read full article
US ready to end 100m drought
A strong and hungry group of US sprinters is ready to end a long American drought. Read full article
Thompson upsets Campbell-Brown
Elaine Thompson celebrated her 23rd birthday by winning the 200 metres at the Jamaican trials on Sunday, signalling a possible changing of the guard in Jamaican women's sprints. Read full article
Gatlin blazes to 200m win in 19.57sec
Controversial sprinter Justin Gatlin fired a World Championships warning shot Sunday, winning the 200m title at the US athletics championships in a blistering 19.57sec. Read full article
McLeod upsets Parchment in 110m hurdles
Omar McLeod upset London Olympic bronze medallist and national record holder Hansle Parchment in the 110 metres hurdles at the Jamaican world championships trials on Saturday. Read full article
Gatlin cruises into 200m semifinals
Justin Gatlin, gearing up for a double World Championships challenge, produced a seemingly effortless 19.92 seconds on Saturday to cruise into the 200m semifinals at the US athletics championships. Read full article
Gay powers past Bromell for 100m title
Tyson Gay is back on top as America's 100 metres champion, but he had to run down teen-ager Trayvon Bromell for the honour at the US world championships trials on Friday. Read full article
Fraser-Pryce, Powell cruise to 100m wins
Asafa Powell surged to the 100 metres title at the Jamaican national trials on Friday in a time of 9.84 seconds, while 2011 world champion Yohan Blake failed to make it out of his semifinal. Read full article
Farah to continue working with Salazar
Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah has said he will continue to work with coach Alberto Salazar who is being investigated by the US Anti-Doping Agency. Read full article
Powell cruises in trials opening 100m heat
Former 100-metre world-record holder Asafa Powell made a strong start and showed top form Thursday in winning his opening-round 100m heat at the Jamaican Athletics Championships. Read full article
Rupp delivers but Gay has work ahead
Galen Rupp had a thumb's up for a victorious 10 000 metres at the US world championships trials on Thursday. Read full article
Former Olympic champ announces divorce
Chin's former Olympic hurdles champion Liu Xiang has divorced from his actress wife Ge Tian, he said on Thursday, ending the short marriage just months after announcing his retirement from track and field. Read full article
Bolt's withdrawal fuels speculation
Mystery and confusion surrounded Usain Bolt after he declined to race in the 100 metres at Jamaica's national trials on Thursday. Read full article
Gatlin disputes he's a two-time drug cheat
Controversial sprinter Justin Gatlin does not understand why people insist on calling him a two-time drug cheat and want him kicked out of the sport. Read full article
Salazar again denies doping allegations
American coach Alberto Salazar has again denied allegations of doping made by the BBC, which he previously said had adversely affected his Olympic medallists Mo Farah and Galen Rupp. Read full article
Doping casts a shadow on US world trials
Doping allegations against coach Alberto Salazar and his top US runner, 2012 London Olympic 10 000-metre runner-up Galen Rupp, loom large as the US Track and Field Championships begin on Thursday. Read full article
Bolt enters 100 at Jamaican trials
Reigning world and Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt will return to basics when he runs the 100 metres on Thursday at the Jamaica Athletics Championships to prepare for the World Championships. Read full article
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