Farah, McColgan to run in London Marathon
Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah and Commonwealth Games champion Eilish McColgan have confirmed entry for London Marathon
British sprinter Ujah given 22-month doping ban
British sprinter CJ Ujah has been banned for 22 months for a doping violation at last year's Tokyo Olympics but cleared of doing so intentionally, the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) said on Monday.
Kipruto, Yehualaw claim London Marathon wins
Amos Kipruto, a world bronze medalist in Doha in 2019, won the men's race at the London Marathon, while Yalemzerf Yehualaw recovered from a fall to win the women's race.
Injured Mo Farah pulls out of London Marathon
Mo Farah has pulled out of Sunday's London Marathon, citing a hip injury.
London Marathon to include nonbinary option
The public ballot for next year's London Marathon will have a nonbinary gender option for the first time, organisers confirmed on Wednesday.
British decathlete Gregory in critical condition
British decathlete Ben Gregory, who represented Wales in three Commonwealth Games, is in a critical condition after suffering a fractured skull and neck in a serious bike accident last week.
Asher-Smith wants more research on periods
Dina Asher-Smith has called for more funding for studies on how a woman's period can affect athletic performance after the British sprinter pulled up with cramp during her 100 metres title defence at the European Championships in Munich.
GB long jumper denied silver after celebrations
Great Britain's Jacob Fincham-Dukes missed out on a long jump silver medal at the European Championships in agonising fashion as his best jump was deemed to be a foul -- after he had already celebrated.
Asher-Smith pulls up in European 100m final
Dina Asher-Smith pulled up with cramp in a dramatic women's 100m final as fellow Briton Daryll Neita won bronze, while Olympic gold medalist Lamont Marcell Jacobs was victorious in the men's 100m final at the European Championships in Munich.
Police to review itself after athlete stopped again
London police said on Monday it had voluntarily referred itself to the conduct watchdog after armed officers stopped the car of a Black athlete in the capital for a second time.
Fraser-Pryce runs fourth-fastest 100m time
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce recorded the fourth-fastest women's 100m time in history as she stormed to victory at a Diamond League event in Monaco.
Ennis-Hill 'shocked' over ex-coach's ban
Former Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill has said it was "shocking and upsetting" to read that her former coach had been banned for life by the UK Athletics Board for engaging in sexually inappropriate behaviour.
Life ban for coach over inappropriate conduct
Toni Minichiello, who guided Britain's Jessica Ennis-Hill to a heptathlon gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics, has been banned for life by UK Athletics after a disciplinary panel found him to have engaged in sexually inappropriate behaviour.
Cubs-Cardinals set for London series in June '23
Major League Baseball is planning to return to London next season with the Cubs and Cardinals squaring off in a two-game series in June 2023, the league announced Thursday.
Asher-Smith withdraws from Commonwealths
British sprint star Dina Asher-Smith has pulled out the 2022 Commonwealth Games due to a hamstring injury she sustained at last week's World Track Championships.
Nigeria's Amusan breaks hurdles world record
Nigeria's Tobi Amusan broke the 100m hurdles world record en route to winning gold at the World Championships on Sunday.
Hodgkinson battles Mu, wins world 800m silver
Keely Hodgkinson added a world 800m silver medal to her Olympic silver from last summer after an epic battle between the Briton and the United States' Athing Mu.
Asher-Smith wins emotional 200m world bronze
Dina Asher-Smith put injury troubles and personal tragedy behind her to win bronze in a 200m final stacked with talent at the World Championships in Oregon.
Great Britain's Wightman wins historic 1,500m
Jake Wightman became Great Britain's first 1,500m world champion since Steve Cram in 1983.
Muir wins bronze, but KJT falls short at worlds
Muir ran a season best of 3:55.28 to finish on the podium behind Kenya's Faith Kipyegon and Ethiopia's Gudaf Tsegay.
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