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Lavillenie fires Olympic warning
Olympic gold medallist Renaud Lavillenie heads to Stockholm for Thursday's Diamond League meeting intent on firing a warning to his rivals weeks ahead of the Rio Games. Read full article
Bekele rails against Olympic snub
Kenenisa Bekele has railed against his "unfair" exclusion from the country's marathon team for the Rio Olympics, adding to the growing discontent at the athletics federation's management. Read full article
IAAF to decide on Russian athletes
Scandal-hit Russia will discover on Friday if it has done enough to get back into world track and field's governing body, the IAAF, in time for its athletes to compete at the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Van Zyl faster each time he races
The South African Champion, LJ van Zyl (Tuks/HPC), is a man on a mission. A quick glance at his results in the 400-hurdles for the season will confirm this. Read full article
Conley sets 200m PB in Lucerne
National champion Alyssa Conley stormed to a new personal best in the 200m sprint on Tuesday evening, spearheading the South African charge at the European Permit Meeting in Lucerne, Switzerland. Read full article
Bolt to run in London in Rio tune-up
Usain Bolt will fine-tune his preparations for the Rio Olympics by competing at the Anniversary Games in London on July 22. Read full article
Fredericks confident of qualifying
Three spots available with four athletes battling to qualify, means the qualification to represent South Africa in the 400-hurdles at the Olympic Games in Rio is sure to become a tightly contested affair. Read full article
Politician Korir readies to run in Rio
Dawn comes misty and cold on the steep sides of the Nyaru escarpment as Kenya's Olympic men's marathon team begin their training run, a line-up of veteran athletes including a current lawmaker. Read full article
Berry suspended, stripped of US record
US hammer thrower Gwen Berry has been stripped of her pending American record and suspended for three months for using a prohibited medication, the US Anti-Doping Agency (Usada) said on Monday. Read full article
CAA gives thumbs up to SA Senior Championship
Athletics South Africa has received welcomed and timely thumbs up from the continental mother body, the Confederation of African Athletics. Read full article
Van Niekerk leads way for SA athletes
World 400m champion Sprinter Wayde van Niekerk led the charge at the weekend, with South African athletes producing a string of impressive performances around the world. Read full article
Simbine finishes sixth in Kingston
With his 10.01s performance yesterday at the Racers Grand Prix in Kingston, Akani Simbine (Tuks/HPC) showed that it will be only a matter of time before he will break 10 seconds over 100 metres again. Read full article
Hamman qualifies for Rio
LeRoux Hamman proved that perseverance does pay off after he qualified for the Olympic Games in Rio when he won the 400-hurdles in a time of 49.24s at the BestMed-Mondo meeting on Saturday. Read full article
Ahoure clocks African record 10.78
Murielle Ahoure of the Ivory Coast broke the African 100m record with a blistering 10.78sec Saturday at the Star Athletics Pro Meet in Florida. Read full article
Bolt stumbles to victory in 9.88 seconds
Usain Bolt sounded a strong warning to his rivals for the Rio Games by winning the 100 metres at the Racers Grand Prix in Kingston in 9.88 seconds on Saturday after recovering from a stumble. Read full article
IAAF suspends three officials
Three senior athletics officials have been provisionally suspended by the IAAF's Ethics Committee pending an investigation into their involvement in an alleged cover-up of Russian doping cases. Read full article
Schippers eyes Euro step to Olympic glory
Dafne Schippers remains, rightly, in highly confident mood heading to the European Championships on home soil and then the ultimate test, the Olympics. Read full article
Tucker aims to qualify in discus
Some blood, lots of sweat and maybe a few tears. Read full article
Schippers shines, Kiprop high fives
Flying Dutchwoman Dafne Schippers fired a warning shot at potential Olympic rivals with a crushing win in the 200m at the Diamond League meeting in Oslo on Thursday. Read full article
Mokoena falls short of his best in Oslo
Khotso Mokoena settled for eighth place in the men's triple jump on Thursday night, as the IAAF Diamond League series reached the midway stage at the seventh leg of the campaign in Oslo, Norway. Read full article
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