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Two-year doping ban for US sprinter
United States sprinter Trell Kimmons has been suspended for two years after testing positive for a banned stimulant, the United States Anti-Doping Agency said on Tuesday. Read full article
Bekele wins Berlin marathon, no WR
Kenenisa Bekele admitted he was disappointed to have missed the world record by six seconds on Sunday as the Ethiopian won the Berlin marathon ahead of former winner Wilson Kipsang. Read full article
Johnson-Thompson splits with coach
Briton Katarina Johnson-Thompson has split with coach Mike Holmes after she failed to turn her potential into a heptathlon medal at last month's Rio Olympics, according to the Times. Read full article
Bekele, Kipsang head Berlin field
Long-distance stars Kenenisa Bekele and Wilson Kipsang, a former world record-holder, spearhead a fast elite field for the Berlin marathon on Sunday. Read full article
Runner admits to attempted murder
An English champion fell runner admitted on Thursday the attempted murder of former rugby union player turned athletics administrator Ralph Knibbs. Read full article
Snyman, Shange walk the “Tour de France” in China
South Africa’s two Olympian race walkers, Lebogang Shange and Wayne Snyman, will compete in the Taihu Race Walking Multi-Day Competition in China from Sunday. Read full article
Tyson Gay abandons bobsled bid
Veteran sprinter Tyson Gay abandoned his bid to make the United States bobsled team on Wednesday after pulling out of the National Push Championships in Canada. Read full article
US sprinters Gay, Bailey eye bobsled role
Veteran sprinter Tyson Gay is making a bid to force his way onto the US bobsled team after entering this week's National Push Championships in Canada. Read full article
Ivorian hero targets Tokyo 2020 after Rio gold
Cheick Sallah Cisse has gone from obscurity to national hero after winning the Ivory Coast's first Olympic gold, but insists his celebrity status won't distract him from his taekwondo title defence in Tokyo. Read full article
Simbine: I'll give this season 10 out of 10
Olympic finalist Akani Simbine is pleased with everything he's accomplished this season and now he's enjoying the celebrity status that came with it. Read full article
US hurdler Allen suffers knee injury
United States Olympic 110m hurdler Devon Allen faces several months on the sidelines after suffering a knee injury during an American college football game, reports said on Monday. Read full article
Negewo runs fastest marathon time on SA soil
Ethiopian Asefa Negewo made history by breaking the long-standing fastest time set on South African soil over 42.2km, held previously by David Tsebe (2:09:50). Read full article
Elite athletes chasing fast times in CT
All signs point to potential record performances this weekend, as another world-class line-up targets fast times at the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon. Read full article
Hortelano undergoes more hand surgery
Spanish sprinter Bruno Hortelano is to have another operation on his right hand on Thursday in Barcelona, 10 days after undergoing reconstructive surgery on a serious injury suffered in a car crash in Madrid. Read full article
Wayde, Caster highlight positive season
Track stars Wayde van Niekerk and Caster Semenya were the star performers during a spectacular 2016 season for South African athletics. Read full article
Bolt leaves door open for 2017 worlds
Usain Bolt has left the door open to running in both the 100 and 200 metres at next year's world championships where he said he will be more focused on protecting his legacy than topping his world records. Read full article
Poverty drives Manja to win races
David Manja (Nedbank Running Club) won the senior 10km race at the South African Cross Country Championships in George over the weekend. Read full article
Farah wins third straight Great North Run
Britain's Mo Farah claimed an unprecedented third consecutive victory in the Great North Run half-marathon in northeast England on Sunday. Read full article
Kenya names interim Olympic board
Kenya has named an eight-member board to replace its National Olympic Committee (NOCK), which was broken up last month over its handling of the team sent to the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Manyonga surprises coach with big jump
The Olympic medallist, Luvo Manyonga, made sure that he left his coach at a loss for words last night in Brussels when he jumped 8.48 metres to record his first victory in a Diamond League Meeting. Read full article
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