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Gatlin in form, Harrison shines
Justin Gatlin led wire-to-wire to capture the 100 metres at the Prefontaine Classic as Kendra Harrison delivered the biggest surprise with the fastest women's 100m hurdles in 28 years. Read full article
Farah opens outdoor season with world-leading mark
Mo Farah surged into the lead with 60 metres remaining to claim victory in the fastest 10 000 metres of the year at the Prefontaine Classic Diamond League on Friday. Read full article
London 2012 athletes positive in retests
Twenty-three athletes from five sports tested positive for banned drugs in re-checks of 265 samples from the 2012 London Olympics, the International Olympic Committee said on Friday. Read full article
Gatlin, Farah lead elite field at Prefontaine
Justin Gatlin, Mo Farah and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce are some of the top talent competing at the Prefontaine Classic this weekend. Read full article
Fraser-Pryce to return in Oregon
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce will return to competition at Saturday's Prefontaine Classic in Oregon after missing her three previous scheduled meetings with a toe injury, her coach has said. Read full article
Positive test complete shock - Chicherova
Russian high jump Olympic champion Anna Chicherova on Wednesday vowed to clear her name after testing positive for doping at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, casting doubt on her participation in Rio. Read full article
Uncertainty reigns in Russian athletics
Undeterred by uncertainty ahead of the looming decision on Russia's participation in Rio, Yelena Isinbayeva is relentlessly training for what would be her fourth and final Olympics. Read full article
Ennis-Hill feared injury would end Rio dream
Jessica Ennis-Hill has said she feared that a recurring Achilles injury would prevent her from defending her title at the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Semenya continues Olympic preparation in style
South African Caster Semenya continued her impressive build-up to the Olympics Games with a comfortable success in the women's 800m to mark her out as a strong favourite for gold in Rio. Read full article
Ennis-Hill returns ahead of Rio Games
Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill finally began her preparations for the Rio Games by taking part in a javelin event on Sunday. Read full article
Bekele wins Great Manchester Run
Ehtiopia's Kenenisa Bekele won the 10km Great Manchester Run on Sunday before expressing his frustration at being overlooked by his country's selectors for the Olympic Games in Rio. Read full article
Bolt wins 100m at Ostrava in 9.98sec
Usain Bolt won the 100 metres at the Czech Golden Spike event in 9.98 seconds in Ostrava on Friday, in his second race this season in the run-up to August's Rio Olympics. Read full article
Bolt backs crackdown on doping
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt said the finding of 31 positive doping samples from the 2008 Beijing Olympics marked a rough point for athletics, but backed the World Anti-Doping Agency. Read full article
Gatlin sprints to victory in Beijing
US sprinter Justin Gatlin clinched first place in the men's 100 metre sprint on Wednesday at the 2016 IAAF World Challenge in Beijing, as he accelerates to an Olympic showdown with arch rival Usain Bolt. Read full article
'Athletes face bans over doping'
IOC president Thomas Bach said on Wednesday that athletes and federations face life bans from the Olympics as he warned that doping has hit "an unprecedented level of criminality". Read full article
Arrests made in Moroccan doping probe
Several Moroccan athletes have been arrested on suspicion of doping following a complaint by the country's athletics federation, a federation spokesman told AFP on Tuesday. Read full article
Ennis-Hill set for return from injury
Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill will make her return from injury in Loughborough on Sunday as she builds up to competing in the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Over 30 athletes face Rio ban - IOC
Some 31 athletes from six sports could be banned from this year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics after 454 doping samples were re-tested from the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the IOC said on Tuesday. Read full article
‘Bolt bothered by hamstring’
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt received treatment for "slight discomfort" in his hamstring following his 100 metres victory in Saturday's Cayman Invitational, his coach Glen Mills said on Monday. Read full article
Russia apologise for doping scandal
Russian sports minister Vitaly Mutko apologised on Sunday for the doping scandal that threatens the athletic superpower's participation in the Rio Olympics. Read full article
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