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Michael Johnson: 'Athletics will never be a drug-free sport'
Michael Johnson believes that it is "unrealistic" to expect athletics to be completely drug free.
Perri Shakes-Drayton considers abandoning 400m hurdles
Perri Shakes-Drayton may abandon the 400m hurdles to focus on the 400m sprint, according to her coach Chris Zah.
Dec 3, 11:35
Cardiff to host 2016 World Half-Marathon Championships
Cardiff are awarded the right to stage the World Half-Marathon Championships in 2016.
Nov 15, 10:32
Jessica Ennis-Hill: "I am recovering well"
Jessica Ennis-Hill steps up her return from an Achilles injury which has kept her out of action since July.
Oct 31, 03:38
Mo Farah denies snubbing Commonwealth Games
Mo Farah rejects reports that he is planning to sit out next year's Commonwealth Games.
Oct 17, 00:04
Mo Farah not expected to break two-hour London Marathon record
Mo Farah says that it is "crazy" to suggest that he could finish next year's London Marathon in less than two hours.
Oct 15, 11:22
Sally Pearson announces coaching change
Sally Pearson announces that she has split with coach of 14 years Sharon Hannon in order to link-up with training partner Antony Drinkwater-Newman.
Oct 14, 04:20
Adam Gemili to link up with Steve Fudge
Adam Gemili leaves coach Michael Afilaka in order to join up with UK Athletics' senior sprint coach Steve Fudge.
Oct 10, 04:28
Queen's Baton Relay marking Commonwealth Games leaves Buckingham Palace
The Queen's Baton Relay marking the 2014 Commonwealth Games leaves Buckingham Palace this morning.
Oct 9, 11:44
Bill Sweeney named new British Olympic Association chief executive
Bill Sweeney is named as the new British Olympic Association chief executive.
Oct 7, 12:49
Wilson Kipsang breaks marathon world record in Berlin
Kenyan runner Wilson Kipsang breaks the world marathon record by winning the Berlin race in a time of two hours, three minutes and 23 seconds.
Sep 29, 11:40
On this day: Ben Johnson stripped of Olympic Games gold
On this day in 1988 Canada's Ben Johnson is stripped of his 1988 Olympic gold medal and world record after testing positive for steroids.
Sep 27, 09:54
On this day: Jonathan Edwards jumps to Olympic gold
Thirteen years ago today, Jonathan Edwards leaps to gold in the triple jump at the Olympic Games in Sydney.
Sep 25, 09:49
Usain Bolt eyes Commonwealth Games 200m
Usain Bolt says that he is in discussions with his coach about competing in the 200m at the Commonwealth Games.
Sep 19, 23:47
Scotland 'plan to have Olympic, Paralympic teams at Rio 2016'
Scottish Sports Minister Shona Robison reveals that Scotland will have their own Olympic and Paralympic teams in Rio 2016 if the country votes for independence next year.
Sep 18, 11:12
Result: Jonathan Brownlee overtaken on final straight in ITU World Triathlon
Jonathan Brownlee suffers heartbreak at the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final as Spain's Javier Gomez beats the Englishman by one second to secure his third title.
Sep 15, 17:38
Result: Kenenisa Bekele pips Mo Farah to Great North Run title
Kenenisa Bekele edges out Mo Farah in an exciting sprint finish to win the elite men's race at the Great North Run.
Sep 15, 11:59
Thomas Bach named International Olympic Committee president
The International Olympic Committee names Thomas Bach as its new president.
Sep 10, 16:43
Thomas Bach favourite to be named as International Olympic Committee president
German Thomas Bach is reportedly favourite to replace Jacques Rogge as International Olympic Committee president this afternoon.
Sep 10, 11:22
Tokyo to host 2020 Olympics
Tokyo will become the first Asian city to host the Olympic Games twice after winning the decisive International Olympic Committee vote in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Sep 7, 21:22