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Athletics | International

Ennis-Hill not expecting Chernova apology
Britain's Jessica Ennis-Hill does not expect to receive an apology from Tatyana Chernova after the Russian heptathlete was stripped of her 2011 world title for a doping violation. Read full article
Chernova loses Beijing bronze for doping
Russian Tatiana Chernova was stripped of her Beijing Olympic heptathlon bronze medal after failing a doping re-test, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Monday. Read full article
Merritt heads US dominance in relays
American veteran Lashawn Merritt showed all his experience to bag a third successive 4x400m gold at the IAAF World Relays on Sunday. Read full article
Gold for Gatlin, Thompson shines
Evergreen American sprinter Justin Gatlin struck gold when he anchored his team to victory at the IAAF World Relays in Nassau on Saturday, while double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson shone for Jamaica. Read full article
Doping case is shameful for Kenya
Olympic champion Jemima Sumgong's positive doping test is shameful to Kenyan athletes, her fellow runner Milcah Chemos said on Saturday. Read full article
Bolt's potential successor De Grasse happy with attention
Usain Bolt's absence from the track at the end of the season will be a huge blow to the world of athletics no matter IAAF president Sebastian Coe's protestations that other athletes... Read full article
Gatlin set to shine in Bolt's absence
Track legend Usain Bolt will be missing as Justin Gatlin spearheads an American team seeking to repeat their rare sprint relay triumph over Jamaica at the weekend's IAAF World Relays in Nassau. Read full article
Champion Rollins handed one-year ban
Reigning Olympic 100m hurdles champion Brianna Rollins has been handed a one-year suspension for failing to properly file whereabouts information for out-of-competition testing. Read full article
Powell withdraws from World Relays
Olympic and double world sprint relay gold medallist Asafa Powell has withdrawn from Jamaica's team for this weekend's third IAAF World Relays event in the Bahamas. Read full article
UK medallist Mason dies in crash
Usain Bolt was caught up in a fatal motorcycle crash in Jamaica which claimed the life of Germaine Mason, the British high jumper who won a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, media reported. Read full article
Farah injection not recorded - doctor
Mo Farah was given a legal dose of a controversial supplement before the 2014 London Marathon, but the treatment was not properly recorded, the doctor who gave him the injection has said. Read full article
'Races key for successful relay teams'
When relay teams drop batons and make other costly mistakes, they are usually criticised for lack of practice. Read full article
Coe happy with security for London
Sebastian Coe said on Thursday he had every confidence in the security surrounding August's world athletics championships in London having had a close-up view of operations during the 2012 Olympics in the city. Read full article
Two champions among Russians cleared
Sergey Shubenkov and Maria Kuchina are among seven more Russian athletes cleared to compete as neutrals while the Russian team is banned for doping, the IAAF said on Tuesday. Read full article
‘Integrity remit is momentous step’
The establishment of the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) is a "momentous" move for athletics and could form a template for other sports to follow, inaugural chairman David Howman said on Thursday. Read full article
Coe apologises after IAAF suffers cyber attack
The governing body of global athletics (IAAF) said on Monday it had suffered a cyber attack which it believes has compromised information about athletes' medical records. Read full article
Drugs found in Jamaican sprinters' 2008 samples
Small amounts of the banned substance clenbuterol have been retroactively found in the samples of Jamaican sprinters at the 2008 Olympic Games, according to a report on Sunday. Read full article
Pearson back in world championship frame
Sally Pearson shrugged off two years of injury trauma to post a world championship qualifying time in winning her eighth 100 metres hurdles title at Australia's national athletics championships in Sydney. Read full article
Four disqualified from London event
The International Olympic Committee said on Thursday it had disqualified four Russian athletes from the 2012 London Olympics after re-tests of their samples came back positive for banned substances. Read full article
Turkish runners to lose Olympic medals
Turkish female distance runners Elvan Abeylegesse and Gamze Bulut are set to be stripped of silver medals from the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games after being handed bans for doping on Wednesday. Read full article
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