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Athletics

Nel, Van Zyl more confident for Rio
South Africa’s two top 400-hurdlers, LJ van Zyl and Wenda Nel, are quietly confident of realising their dreams at the Olympic Games in Rio after their participation at the London Diamond League Meeting. Read full article
Farah warms up for Rio in style
Mo Farah returned to the scene of his 2012 Olympic glory and completed his preparations for the defence of his distance double in Rio with a crushing sub-13-minute victory in the 5 000 metres. Read full article
Bolt accuses Gatlin of 'disrespect'
Usain Bolt has reignited his rivalry with fellow sprinter Justin Gatlin, accusing the American of "disrespect", just two weeks before the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Leotlela charges to silver medal
Gift Leotlela capped his magnificent campaign at the IAAF World Junior Championships in fine style on Friday night, earning the silver medal in the Men's 200m final in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Read full article
Bolt does just enough to win 200 metres
Usain Bolt delivered on his top billing by winning the 200metres at the London Diamond League on Friday but the Jamaican was upstaged for once as American sprint hurdler Kendra Harrison broke one... Read full article
Harrison sets new 100m hurdles world record
Kendra Harrison earned some consolation for the heartache of missing out on the Rio Olympics when she broke a 28-year-old world record by winning the 100metres hurdles in 12.20 seconds... Read full article
Farah backs Russian athletes ban
Mo Farah followed on Friday fellow Olympic gold medalists Usain Bolt and Jessica Ennis-Hill in supporting the banning of Russian track and field athletes from next month's Olympic Games. Read full article
SA speedsters coast into final
Sprinters Clarence Munyai and Gift Leotlela will line up among the favourites for the Men's 200m title at the IAAF World U-20 Championships, after dominating the heats and semifinals in Poland on Thursday. Read full article
Isinbayeva vows to quit training if IOC bans Russia
Two-time Olympic pole vault champion Yelena Isinbayeva on Thursday vowed to stop training if the IOC imposes a blanket ban on Russians competing at Rio and hinted at a new legal challenge. Read full article
Schwazer awaits CAS ruling on doping appeal
Italy's 2008 Olympic 50km race walk champion Alex Schwazer will retire after the Rio Olympics if his provisional doping ban is lifted on appeal, said his coach Sandro Donati. Read full article
We'll beat Farah in Rio, say Kenyans
Kenyan athletes aim to settle a few scores with their perennial opponents at next month's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Read full article
Bolt backs strong action against Russia
Sprint king Usain Bolt believes the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruling on Russia's drug cheats will scare athletes and send a strong message that doping won't be tolerated. Read full article
Russia now faces blanket Olympic ban
Sport's highest tribunal on Thursday rejected Russia's appeal against a doping ban for its entire athletics team from the Rio Olympics starting in 15 days' time. Read full article
Merritt adapts in bid to stay in front
LaShawn Merritt has learned from bitter experience how suddenly opportunity can be snatched away and it is a lesson that will drive the American at the Rio Olympics and beyond. Read full article
Adams sees light at end of injury tunnel
Valerie Adams's winning throw at the recent Diamond League meet in Monaco was well short of her career best but breaking the 20 metres mark in competition for the first time in nearly two years.. Read full article
Schippers on a double gold path
Dafne Schippers is a strong contender to emulate compatriot Fanny Blankers-Koen's golden sprint double from 1948 at next month's Rio de Janeiro Olympics after a dramatic switch. Read full article
Eatons on a double gold mission
He wears the colours of the United States and she those of Canada, but Ashton Eaton and Brianne Theisen-Eaton will be on a joint mission at the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Rudisha gunning for greatness
David Rudisha tore up the tactical script at the London Olympics to smash the world record in one of the greatest ever 800 metre runs and emerge as an athletics superstar to rival the sport's biggest names. Read full article
Felix regroups for Rio
Allyson Felix leaned for the finish line; Jenna Prandini lunged. What followed reverberated far beyond Eugene, Oregon, and the US Olympic trials. Read full article
London 1 500m 'dirtiest race' ever
The Ben Johnson 1988 Olympic 100 metres final was dubbed "the dirtiest race in history" but there is a new contender for that dubious honour. Read full article
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