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Athletics

'No alternative to Coe for IAAF presidency'
Sebastian Coe is the right man to lead the sport out of its doping and corruption crisis and he has the support of all the European federations, European Athletics president Svein Arne Hansen said. Read full article
Horn has her sights on indoors record
Carina Horn, who is currently one of South Africa’s most dedicated athletes, will begin her international campaign for 2016 by competing in an indoor meeting in Dusseldorf next Wednesday. Read full article
Bolt drops 2020 hint
Usain Bolt says he has considered the possibility of extending his remarkable career to the 2020 Olympics – but is targeting a history-making new world 200m record at this year's Rio de Janeiro games first. Read full article
Russia bans four athletes for doping
Russia's Olympic Committee (ROC) has banned four athletes for doping, as the country struggles to overturn a suspension on its track and field team that could see it miss the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Van Zyl runs PB at altitude
Irvette van Zyl started her Olympic campaign with a bang on Saturday when she won the George Claassen 10km in 33 minutes and 30 seconds. Read full article
IAAF taskforce to meet Russia's new athletics chief
An IAAF inspection team is due on Monday to meet the new head of Russia's scandal-ridden athletics federation, as the country struggles to get a ban for doping allegations overturned ahead of the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Schrader to miss Rio Olympics
Michael Schrader will miss this year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics after the former world championship silver medallist tore ligaments in his knee during training, requiring him to undergo surgery on Monday. Read full article
Senegal will not extradite Diack's son
Senegal's prime minister said his country will not extradite Papa Massata Diack, the son of former international athletics federation (IAAF) president Lamine Diack, wanted for alleged corruption. Read full article
Olympic doubts over Russians
Jessica Ennis-Hill will have doubts about Russian athletes even if they are cleared to compete at the 2016 Rio Games, the Olympic and world heptathlon champion said on Thursday. Read full article
NYC Marathon organisers sued
The organisers of the New York City Marathon have been sued by two runners who said the use of a lottery to decide who gets to race in the world's largest marathon is illegal. Read full article
Fredericks has his sights set on Rio
Cornel Fredericks, the Commonwealth Games 400-hurdles champion, is not one to make bold predictions but he can’t help feeling excited about 2016. Read full article
IAAF appoint Garcia interim CEO
World athletics governing body the IAAF on Tuesday appointed Frenchman Jean Gracia as their new interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Read full article
‘IAAF scandal worse than soccer's crisis’
The corruption scandal that has rocked athletics is worse than the one that has plunged soccer body Fifa into crisis because it punished clean athletes, four-times Olympic gold medallist Michael Johnson said. Read full article
Kipchoge, Kipsang set for London Marathon duel
Defending London Marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya will renew his rivalry with Wilson Kipsang at this year's race after both confirmed their participation in the event, organisers said on Tuesday. Read full article
Coe pines for athletes who 'double up'
Sebastian Coe enjoyed one of the most heralded rivalries on the track, notably battling with fellow Britons Steve Ovett and Steve Cram for middle distance dominance in the 1980s. Read full article
Time running out for Russia - athletics boss
The newly-elected boss of Russia's athletics federation on Monday admitted that it will be tough to end a ban imposed on the country's athletes over doping in time for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Read full article
Host cities hit back over suggestions of corruption
Cities hosting major athletics events that bring international prestige and recognition rejected on Friday suggestions by a commission investigating graft in the sport. Read full article
Future of Coe aide uncertain after report criticism
The future of a key aide to IAAF president Sebastian Coe was in doubt on Thursday after Nick Davies, the federation's deputy general secretary, was criticised in a report into athletics' corruption scandal. Read full article
Radcliffe backs Coe to resolve doping scandal
Marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe is confident IAAF president Sebastian Coe can get athletics back on track after the latest revelations over doping rocked the sport. Read full article
Corruption 'embedded' in world athletics - Wada
A World Anti-Doping Agency report said on Thursday that corruption was "embedded" at the world athletics body piling pressure on its new leader Sebastian Coe. Read full article
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