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Athletics | Africa

Ethiopia not worried about doping problems
Athletics chiefs in Ethiopia are not worried about doping problems in the sport and are dealing with them strongly, a senior official said on Saturday. Read full article
Kenya head to London without Rudisha
Kenya's athletes were set to fly out to London's World Championships on Tuesday, their hopes for domination battered by the last-minute withdrawal of 800m Olympic champion David Rudisha. Read full article
Kipruto in race to shake off injury before Worlds
Olympic 3000m steeplechase champion Conseslus Kipruto is facing a race against time to shake off injury ahead of the World Championships in London in August. Read full article
Bayo banned after attacking coach
Ethiopian steeplechaser Chala Bayo has been banned for two years after he attacked and punched his coach on learning that he was not selected in the squad for next month's world championships. Read full article
Kenya faces change of guard at trials
Kenya's reigning athletics world champions face a tough challenge from a crop of young runners as the country prepares to choose the team to defend their title in London. Read full article
Another Kenyan fails doping test
The chairman of Athletics Kenya (AK) has told Reuters that another "high-profile athlete" has failed a doping test, just weeks after it emerged Rio Olympics marathon champion Jemima Sumgong tested positive. Read full article
Sumgong doping case delays
The Abbott World Marathon Majors (WMM) will hold back on naming a women's champion until after the conclusion of the doping case involving series leader Jemima Sumgong. Read full article
Jepkosgei smashes half-marathon record
Kenya's Joyciline Jepkosgei broke the world record for the women's half marathon on Saturday in Prague, becoming the first female to beat the 1hr 5min mark. Read full article
Tergat to run for board presidency
Kenya's double Olympic 10 000m silver medallist Paul Tergat said on Thursday he plans to enter the race to lead the country's embattled Olympic committee (NOCK) during the May polls. Read full article
Kampala hosts first major sports showpiece
The World Cross Country Championship takes place in Kampala Sunday in Uganda's biggest ever sports showpiece, with the traditional rivalry between Kenyan and Ethiopian athletes. Read full article
Barsoton beats strong field to win Kenya cross title
Japan-based Kenyan Leonard Barsoton ended a four-year wait with a come-from-behind victory at the world cross country championships trials at the Nairobi Uhuru gardens ground on Saturday. Read full article
Jepchirchir sets half-marathon record
Peres Jepchirchir set a world record in the women's half-marathon on Friday, the Kenyan clocking a time of one hour, five minutes and six seconds in the United Arab Emirates. Read full article
Kenya welcome stop to allegiance changes
Under-age Kenyans are being "lured" without their consent or knowledge to compete for other countries, a top official said on Tuesday, welcoming a move to stop athletes switching allegiances. Read full article
Wada happy with Kenyan progress
Kenya is making progress in its efforts towards tackling doping by its athletes, a World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) official said on Wednesday. Read full article
Kenyans welcome anti-doping initiative
A team of 'trustable' team of doctors will from Tuesday start monitoring Kenya's top runners in a bid to stamp out doping that has tainted the country's athletics. Read full article
Ethiopia to impose lifetime bans on drug cheats
Ethiopia will impose lifetime bans on drug cheats, the new president of the Ethiopian Athletics Federation (EAF) said on Wednesday. Read full article
Tribunal doubles doping ban against Jeptoo
The Court of Arbitration for Sport on Wednesday doubled a doping ban against Kenyan marathon star Rita Jeptoo to four years, signalling the end of her career. Read full article
Yego 'lucky to be alive' after crash
Kenya's world javelin champion and Olympic medallist Julius Yego said he was "lucky to be alive" after a car crash. Read full article
Kenya to set up youth training camps
Kenya's athletics chief on Thursday announced plans to set up national training camps to nurture young talent and increase the country's medal haul in future world championships and Olympic Games. Read full article
Ivorian hero targets Tokyo 2020 after Rio gold
Cheick Sallah Cisse has gone from obscurity to national hero after winning the Ivory Coast's first Olympic gold, but insists his celebrity status won't distract him from his taekwondo title defence in Tokyo. Read full article
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