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Bromell, Felix advance at US trials
Rising sprint star Trayvon Bromell outshone veteran rivals Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay at the US Olympic trials on Saturday as Allyson Felix fought through the pain barrier to reach the 400-meters final. Read full article
Gatlin sure Bolt will be fit for Rio
Justin Gatlin believes rival Usain Bolt will be fit for the Olympics after the injury scare that has left the Jamaican sprint king's participation at the Rio de Janeiro games shrouded in uncertainty. Read full article
Long-jump queen Reese leaps to Rio
Reigning Olympic long jump champion Brittney Reese booked her ticket to Rio after producing the best leap worldwide in more than a decade to clinch victory at the US track and field trials on Saturday. Read full article
Injured Bolt to learn Rio fate Thursday
Injured Usain Bolt will learn on Thursday if he will have his chance to run for a third consecutive Olympic gold medal in the 100 meters, 200m and 4x100 relay. Read full article
Bolt 'on course for 200m at Olympics'
Usain Bolt is still in contention to compete in the 200 metres at next month's Olympics in Rio despite missing his country's trials through injury, the Jamaican athletics team boss said on Saturday. Read full article
Blake prevails in trials after Bolt withdraws
Yohan Blake won Jamaica's men's 100 metres Olympic trials in 9.95 seconds on Friday after world and Olympic champion Usain Bolt pulled out minutes before the final with a hamstring injury. Read full article
Felix dream still alive, Richards-Ross retires
Felix's dream of completing a rare double at the Rio Games is still alive but a tearful Olympic 400 metres champion Sanya Richards-Ross brought the curtain down on her career at the US Olympic trials on Friday. Read full article
Bolt misses 100m final at Olympic trials
World record holder Usain Bolt withdrew from Jamaica's Olympic trials only minutes before the men's 100 metres final on Friday. Read full article
Rehm gives up on Olympic dream
Germany's paralympic long-jump champion Markus Rehm will not compete at the Olympics in Rio, he said on Friday, giving up on his dream just weeks before the Games begin. Read full article
IAAF bans Russia's Chicherova
The IAAF has banned Olympic high jump champion Anna Chicherova for failing a drug test, she revealed on Friday, just the latest Russian athlete punished over widespread doping. Read full article
Tumour caused Tamgho's broken leg
Former world triple jump champion Teddy Tamgho revealed on Friday from his hospital bed that a benign tumour caused the broken leg that ruled him out of the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Rudisha named in Kenya Rio team
Olympic and world 800m champion David Rudisha scraped into the Kenyan team for the Rio Olympics after finishing third in the east African nation's trials on Friday. Read full article
Tanui books Rio spot
Paul Tanui won a tough 10 000 metre race to book his Olympic spot as Geoffrey Kipsang Kamworor and silver medalist Bedan Karoki joined the casualty list at the Kenyan Olympic trials on Friday. Read full article
Stepanova eligible to compete as independent
Yulia Stepanova's application to compete as an individual athlete has been accepted, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) said on Friday. Read full article
Bolt breezes into semis at Jamaican trials
It was business as usual for Usain Bolt as he easily qualified for the semifinals of the men's 100 metres on Thursday at the Jamaican Olympic trials at Kingston's National Stadium. Read full article
Jeter, Symmonds to miss Rio trials
Olympians Carmelita Jeter and Nick Symmonds have withdrawn from the US athletics trials for the Rio Olympics with injuries, they said on Thursday. Read full article
Rudisha, Kemboi sail through trials
Kenya's Olympic champions David Rudisha, Brimin Kipruto and Ezekiel Kemboi cruised to the finals of their races as the east African nation's Olympic trials kicked off on Thursday. Read full article
Majority of athletes are clean - Bolt
Sprint king Usain Bolt has praised efforts by athletics chiefs to clamp down on doping in the build-up to August's Olympic Games, saying that "most athletes are clean". Read full article
Cheruiyot books Rio berth, Kipyego falters
World champion Vivian Cheruiyot booked her ticket to the Rio Games while Olympic silver medalist Sally Kipyego became the first major scalp in the two-day Kenyan Olympic trials which kicked off on Thursday. Read full article
Gatlin shrugs off slow start to 2016
It remains to be seen whether a legitimate 100 metre challenger to Usain Bolt will emerge from the US Olympics trials as injuries and mediocre results have hampered the men's sprint team this season. Read full article
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