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Athletics | International

Top trio threaten marathon record in Berlin
The current top long-distance runners will clash in Germany's capital on Sunday with a trio, spearheaded by Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge, threatening the world record at the Berlin Marathon. Read full article
Hickey steps down from IOC board
Scandal-tainted Olympic official Patrick Hickey has resigned his position on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) executive board with immediate effect, it was confirmed on Saturday. Read full article
Kiryu first Japanese to break 10-sec
Yoshihide Kiryu on Saturday smashed a national 100-metre record in a time of 9.98 seconds to become the first Japanese to break the 10-second barrier. Read full article
Keino to step down as Olympic chief
Olympic chief Kipchoge Keino said Wednesday he will not stand for re-election during the General Assembly in Nairobi on September 29. Read full article
Diack's son at centre of corruption racket
France's financial prosecutor on Tuesday said investigations had revealed that the son of the former president of the IAAF was at the centre of a large corruption racket. Read full article
Thompson wins, Miller-Uibo at the double
Elaine Thompson salvaged her year by storming to victory in the lucrative season-ending 100 metres in Brussels on Friday after flopping in the world championships. Read full article
Hill leads US shot sweep
Darrell Hill left it late to smash his personal best and lead a US cleansweep of the men's shot put at the Brussels Diamond League on Thursday. Read full article
Thompson seeking Brussels redemption
Elaine Thompson will bid to salvage her season when she races a potentially lucrative season-ending 100 metres in Brussels on Friday after flopping in the world championships. Read full article
Man held over world 800m champ assault
French police arrested a 24-year-old man Thursday in connection with an assault on French world 800 metres champion Pierre-Ambroise Bosse, sources close to the investigation said. Read full article
Blake wins 100m in Zagreb
Former world champion Yohan Blake claimed 100-metre victory at the World Challenge event in Zagreb on Tuesday in a time of 10.05 seconds. Read full article
US-Peruvian Olympian Torrence found dead
The United States track and field community paid tribute to California-based athlete David Torrence on Tuesday after the Olympic middle-distance runner was found dead in Arizona. Read full article
Semenya smashes women's 600m WR
South Africa's Caster Semenya brought her glittering season to an end Sunday by smashing the world record in the rarely-run 600 metres. Read full article
AIU to investigate adverse testing results
The independent organisation that looks after anti-doping in athletics will investigate three adverse testing results out of thousands conducted during the 2017 World Championships held in London. Read full article
Farah ends track career with Zurich win
Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah ended his track career in thrilling fashion on Thursday with victory in the 5 000m at the Diamond League final in Zurich. Read full article
Rieti track meet cancelled
The high-profile Italian track and field meet in Rieti, scheduled for September 3, was on Thursday cancelled for the second year running. Read full article
Africa to break new ground with Worlds bid
One of six African nations will bid to host the 2025 World Athletics Championships as the continent hopes to stage the global meet for a first time. Read full article
Flanagan gets silver medal from 2008 Olympics
Shalane Flanagan was celebrating on Monday after finally being awarded her silver medal from the 2008 Olympic Games 10 000 metres following a doping ban against Turkish second-place... Read full article
Booing 'hurt' sprint champion Gatlin
The booing that resounded around the London Stadium when Justin Gatlin mounted the podium to receive his gold medal as 100 metres world champion hurt the American, he admitted on Monday. Read full article
Farahs’ victorious adieu to home crowd
British athletics legend Mo Farah began the day taking a lap of honour in an open top Bentley and ended it by giving the crowd what they wanted. Read full article
Bolt rebukes injury doubters
Usain Bolt delivered a rebuke to those who questioned whether he really suffered an injury in his farewell race at the World Athletics Championships by revealing details of his hamstring tear on Thursday. Read full article
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