Mo Farah flies to US to confront Alberto Salazar over doping allegations

An “emotionally and physically drained” Mo Farah took a 6am flight back to the United States after withdrawing from the Birmingham Grand Prixon Sunday but his exit angered British fans and left the double Olympic champion out of pocket.

Bolt receives devastating COVID-19 test result

Arguably the greatest sprinter of all time, Usain Bolt tests positive for Corona virus just days after celebrating his 34th birthday at a party in Jamaica. A radio station in Jamaica reports that Bolts has contracted the disease and will...

Usain Bolt backs 105-year-old Japanese man who set 100m world record

A 105-year-old Japanese man has broken his own world record as the world's oldest competitive sprinter - and caught the eye of his hero Usain Bolt in the process. 

Refugee team of 29 athletes chosen for Tokyo Olympics

The International Olympics Committee on Tuesday unveiled the refugee team of 29 athletes that will participate in the Tokyo Olympics next month. Committee President Thomas Bach made the announcement during a virtual ceremony, saying he "can't wait to see" them compete. "When you, the IOC...
Luvo Manyonga

From addiction to world domination; Luvo Mayonga’s leap over Meth

26-year-old South African, Luvo Manyonga was crowned Long jump World Champion at the 16th IAAF World Championship recently concluded in London. Manyonga leapt a distance of 8.48m to win gold in a championship where South Africa collected their best...

WAC: Doping in spotlight despite Beijing fireworks

A thrilling world athletics championships in Beijing failed to silence growing questions about doping, giving the sport’s new boss Sebastian Coe much to ponder as he heads towards an Olympic year.

Ten events not to miss at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing

From Usain Bolt and Justin Gatlin going head to head to Mo Farah looking to do the double, here’s the pick of the competition at the world championships

FILE - November 04, 2015: Former president of the IAAF Lamine Diack is being investigated for allegedly accepting payments to defer doping sanctions against Russian athletes. (Getty Images for IAAF)

Russia could face Olympic ban over athletics corruption scandal

Russia could face tough sanctions over its part in the worst corruption scandal in athletics history when a damning report is published on Monday into an alleged cover-up of failed drugs tests. Telegraph Sport has learnt that an independent commission...

Usain Bolt ‘will not win Rio 2016 100m final’. So who will?

Rio 2016 will be a miserable Olympics for Usain Bolt and Great Britain.

Joshua Cheptegei smashes 5km road world record

Uganda's world 10,000m champion Joshua Cheptegei has broken the 5km road world record by 27 seconds in Monaco. Shelinda strikes again as Best Athlete at ISAC 2020 The sprint sensation Shelinda Jansen made her final year at the Schools meet count,...

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