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Athletics

Adams unhappy with revamped shot put format
New Zealand shot put star Valerie Adams hit out at the revamped competition format of the World Indoor Athletics Championships on Saturday after losing her world title Michelle Carter of the United States. Read full article
Eaton seals a family affair as US dominate
Ashton Eaton cruised to his third consecutive heptathlon crown to complete a unique husband-and-wife double as American athletes dominated at the World Indoor Athletics Championships on Saturday. Read full article
Rojas gold as Eaton eyes family double
Yulimar Rojas cruised to victory in the women's triple jump at the World Indoor Athletics championships on Saturday as American star Ashton Eaton edged closer to a hat-trick of heptathlon gold medals. Read full article
Gold at last for Theisen-Eaton
The world finally saw at the world indoor championships on Friday what Brianne Theisen-Eaton's husband sees every day. Read full article
Jamaica misses out on golden opportunity
Jamaican sprinters have covered themselves in glory at outdoor world championships but they will have to wait for a chance to end their indoor 60 metres drought after Asafa Powell took silver on Friday. Read full article
Bromell strikes gold on day of drama
Rising American sprint star Trayvon Bromell swept to victory in the men's 60 metres to cap a day of high drama at the World Indoor Athletics Championships on Friday. Read full article
Eaton, Powell shine in early indoor action
Ashton Eaton's bid for an unprecedented hat-trick of heptathlon gold medals at the World Indoor Athletics Championships got off to a smooth start in Portland, USA on Friday. Read full article
Powell sets early pace at world indoors
Asafa Powell laid down an early marker in the opening round of the 60 metres at the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Portland, USA, storming into the semifinals with the fastest time of the year. Read full article
Munyai steals the show at UJ Varsity meet
Akani Simbine and Caster Semenya were the two main drawcards at the Varsity Athletics meet at the University of Johannesburg on Friday night, but it was Clarence Munyai who stole the show. Read full article
Race walkers cannot qualify in SA for the Games
Race walking is the only athletics event in South Africa in which an athlete cannot qualify for Olympic Games by competing in a local race. Read full article
Lavillenie, Suhr soar as World Indoor Champs begin
Pole vault stars Renaud Lavillenie and Jenn Suhr lit up the World Indoor Athletics Championships on Thursday as the first major event since Russia was banned got under way in Portland, USA. Read full article
"African athletics need a new approach'
The President of the Confederation of African Athletics Hamad Kalkaba Malboum has expressed sadness in the growing practice of doping amongst African athletes. Read full article
SA team set to face global indoor elite
The rookie seven-man South African national team is ready to give its best, after arriving in Portland, Oregon in good spirits on Wednesday for the IAAF World Indoor Championships. Read full article
'Athletics faces long battle to regain trust'
Athletics chief Sebastian Coe admitted on Thursday that his drug scandal-tainted sport faced a gruelling battle to regain trust as it embarks on the road to recovery at the World Indoor Championships. Read full article
Kenyan could run for Israel at Olympics
A Kenyan runner may race for Israel in this summer's Olympics after being granted Israeli citizenship on Thursday, she said. Read full article
No Russians, few stars for world indoors
With no Russians, few stars and the sport engulfed in a doping crisis the world indoor championships begin this week with officials holding their breath and eager to put the spotlight back on the track. Read full article
Britain gives coach life ban
Britain's anti-doping agency has banned athletics coach George Skafidas from all sport for life for nine doping-related offences, it was announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Sprinters reap rewards for early form
Akani Simbine and Carina Horn have been confirmed as the Athletes of the Meeting at the opening leg in Tshwane, as the inaugural Athletics South Africa Night Series gears up for a shift to the coast. Read full article
IOC, Wada re-testing old doping samples
Selected samples from the 2008 and 2012 Olympics in Beijing and London are to be reanalysed ahead of the Rio Games in an initiative aimed at protecting clean athletes. Read full article
Simbine to headline Varsity meet at UJ
SA 100m record-holder Akani Simbine will turn out for UP-Tuks when the first Varsity Meet of the year takes place on Friday at UJ. Read full article
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