Investigator: Russia sanctions not all that harsh
The law professor who headed the independent investigation that confirmed the scope of systemic sports doping in Russia told ESPN the sanctions on Russia may still enable a "vast majority" of Russian winter athletes to compete at the Pyeongchang Games.
Eight foot Usain Bolt statue unveiled in Jamaica
Eight-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt returned to where it all began for him, as an eight-foot bronze statue of the sprinter was unveiled at Jamaica's National Stadium in Kingston
Russia whistleblower: Innocents should compete
Russia whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov told ESPN that those guilty of doping should face serious discipline, but "innocent" athletes should have a way to compete at the upcoming PyeongChang games.
Frank Johansen wins Antarctic Marathon.
Denmark's Frank Johansen took the Antarctic Marathon title, whilst America's Kelly McClay won the women's race.
Sir Mo Farah warned of 'brutal' marathons
Great Britain runner Callum Hawkins has warned Sir Mo Farah to be ready for the brutal marathon.
Grainger braced for further damaging revelations
After a painfully turbulent time for British sport, Dame Katherine Grainger, chair of UK Sport, is braced for further damaging revelations.
WADA obtains doping files from Moscow lab
The World Anti-Doping Agency has obtained files from a Moscow lab that contain data from a period when investigators say Russia ran a state-sponsored system designed to help Olympic athletes evade positive tests.
Sotnikova cleared of doping claims from Sochi
The International Skating Union says Olympic figure skating champion Adelina Sotnikova has been cleared of doping charges by the IOC.
'I'm not crazy that I thought I could do it,' says Shalane Flanagan
Shalane Flanagan is still getting used to the title of 'New York City Marathon champ.' For her, it's the ultimate payoff for believing in herself and working hard.
The race that no one could take away from Shalane Flanagan
Winning a major marathon has always been just out of reach for U.S. Olympic runner Shalane Flanagan. But Sunday at the New York City Marathon, as she crossed the finish line first, she was the one beyond reach.
Kevin Hart beats Tiki Barber in NYC Marathon
Kevin Hart finished his first NYC Marathon in 4 hours, 5 minutes, 6 seconds, running 33 minutes faster than former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber.
Kamworor very happy with NYC Marathon victory.
Geoffrey Kamworor describes how happy he is to win the New York City Marathon and intends to defend his title next year.
Flanagan becomes 1st U.S. woman to win NYC Marathon in 40 years.
Shalane Flanagan became the first American woman in four decades to win the New York City Marathon with an unofficial time of 2:26:53.
Flanagan 1st U.S. woman since '77 to win NYC
Shalane Flanagan pulls away from Mary Keitany to win the New York City Marathon, becoming the first American woman to win since 1977. Geoffrey Kamworor of Kenya earned his first major marathon win in the men's race.
Sorry, Kevin, there's no turning back now
Kevin Hart is hours away from his first 26.2 miles at the New York City Marathon (Nov. 5), and though he might joke about heading home to L.A., he's all-in -- even if he says he's just "winging it."
How the NYC Marathon gets its blue line
It takes a dedicated, caffeinated crew and a paint-filled truck, winding through the city's vibrant streets late at night, to lay down the blue line that marks the route of the New York City Marathon.
For these Olympic hopefuls, marathons aren't long enough
In a picturesque region where poverty is prevalent and traveling by foot is a necessity, running all day comes naturally to Mexico's indigenous Raramuri people. Can their legendary endurance generate Olympic success?
Meb Keflezighi's finish line at the New York City Marathon
As Meb Keflezighi laces up for the New York City Marathon on Nov. 5 -- the last 26.2 miles of his career -- he looks back at his years as a distance runner as both a calling and a privilege. We catch up with him in the city where it all started for him.
Venice Marathon winner tells story of bizarre wrong turn
What was it like for Eyob Faniel to win the Venice Marathon, just his second 26.2-mile race, after the leaders went the wrong way? He shared his experience from that memorable, confusing day.
Van Niekerk out months with rugby injury
South African runner Wayde van Niekerk was forced to put his honeymoon on hold to have surgery Tuesday in the United States on a serious right knee injury he sustained while playing in a celebrity tag rugby game three weeks ago.
Olympic champ Mo Farah splits from coach
Mo Farah will get a "new start" with a new coach after splitting from Alberto Salazar, who is under investigation by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.
IOC: Russian doping decisions expected soon
International Olympic Committee investigators expect to have "a number" of doping cases involving Russians at the Sochi Olympics resolved by the end of November, but they have no plans to dictate the eligibility of these athletes.
Kipsang, Deba join field for NYC Marathon
Former champion Wilson Kipsang of Kenya and runner-up Buzunesh Deba of Ethiopia have joined the field for the New York City Marathon on Nov. 5.
CAS uses report to uphold Russian doping case
The report on Russian doping from WADA investigator Richard McLaren was used by the Court of Arbitration for Sport to uphold a suspension, the first time that information was used to ban an athlete.
Official: Stadium worker's suicide linked to OT
The Japan labor standard office has determined the suicide of a 23-year-old man who worked at Tokyo's new Olympic stadium construction site stemmed from overwork, and his family was eligible for government compensation.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic gives his thoughts on Man United's new signings, his relationship with Lukaku and Pogba, and more.
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