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Coach says Simbine has earned respect
Akani Simbine's coach Werner Prinsloo is of the opinion that some of the world’s top sprinters might experience a feeling of slight unease the next time they have to race against the South African. Read full article
Bekele lashes out after Rio omission
Triple Olympic gold medal winner Kenenisa Bekele said he was bitterly disappointed to be left out of Ethiopia's team for the Rio Olympics and blamed members of the country's athletics federation.. Read full article
'Kenya to shrug off London woes in Rio'
Julius Kirwa would not hazard a guess how many medals Kenyan athletes will win at next month's Rio Olympics but is confident the nation can shrug off the disappointment of London Games. Read full article
SA juniors fight hard at World Champs
Some of South Africa's most promising teenage prospects were at their best on Tuesday night on day one of the IAAF World U20 Junior Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Read full article
Chemtai going the distance for Israel
When Kenyan-born Lonah Chemtai came to Tel Aviv in 2009 to care for the children of her country's ambassador to the Jewish state, she never dreamed that one day she would run for Israel at the Olympics. Read full article
Perfect start reason for Simbine sprinting to SA record
The reason why Akani Simbine (Tuks/HPC) was able to win the 100 metres in 9.89s in Budapest last night, setting a new South African record in the process, was his perfect start. Read full article
Wayde: The self-professed Red
It is expected that every South African will be rooting for Wayde van Niekerk when he takes to the track at the 2016 Rio Olympics but his footballing allegiance might make it harder for some than others. Read full article
'Bach's action on Russia cements legacy'
Thomas Bach's response to a report that found Russia concealed hundreds of positive doping tests ahead of the Sochi Winter Games will determine his legacy as IOC president, athletes leaders said on Monday. Read full article
Simbine smashes SA record in Budapest
Sprinter Akani Simbine made a statement ahead of the Rio Olympic Games, setting a new South African 100m record at the Istvan Gyulai Memorial, a Track and Field meeting in Budapest, Hungary, on Monday night. Read full article
Ban all Russians from Rio - Wada
The World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) called for Russia to be banned from the Rio Olympics on Monday and urged global sports governing bodies to bar Russia until "culture change" is achieved. Read full article
Van Zyl wants to dip under 49secs
When LJ van Zyl competes in the 400-hurdles in Budapest on Monday he will strive to dip under 49 seconds again. Read full article
Semenya, Van Niekerk win in Monaco
Caster Semenya coasted to victory in the 800 metres at the Monaco Diamond League in a world leading and personal best time on Friday to underline her status as a heavy favourite for next month's Rio Olympics. Read full article
Aregawi has doping ban lifted
Sweden's former 1500m world champion Abeba Aregawi hopes to compete at the Rio Olympics after the Swedish Doping Commission lifted her suspension for testing positive for meldonium. Read full article
Munyai, Leotlela ready for Rio challenge
The speedy performances by the Jamaicans and the Americans in the sprints indirectly led to two learners from the TuksSport High School qualifying for the Olympic Games in Rio. Read full article
Schippers ready for different experience
Dutch sprint sensation Dafne Schippers predicted that the Rio Olympics would be an altogether different experience from the London edition four years ago. Read full article
Jamaica's McLeod disses Zika
Top Jamaican hurdler Omar McLeod delivered a rallying cry on Thursday for those athletes headed to the Rio Olympics and concerned about the Zika virus. Read full article
Felix backs doping crackdown
The crackdown on athletes caught up in doping scandals is a step in the right direction for the sport, Allyson Felix says, but the American sprinter is still worried it will not be a level playing field at Rio. Read full article
Farah, Schippers to hone Rio readiness
Mo Farah and Dafne Schippers, arguably Europe's two biggest track stars, will hone their Olympic preparations with what promises to be two testing outings at Friday's Monaco Diamond League. Read full article
Total Russia Rio ban unlikely - Bach
Athletes from one sport should not be punished for the sins of those from another, the IOC president said, cooling speculation that Russia could be banned from the Olympics altogether. Read full article
Pavey racks up fifth Olympics
Distance runner Jo Pavey will be the first British female track athlete to compete in five Olympics after she was named on Wednesday in an 80-strong squad for Rio along with many of the home heroes from 2012. Read full article
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