Kipchoge to run 2019 London Marathon
Kipchoge made it three wins from as many appearances at the London Marathon last year, finishing more than two minutes clear of European record holder Farah.
IOC sets up advisory committee for human rights
IOC president Thomas Bach said that "human rights standards" will be included in Olympic host-city contracts beginning with the 2024 Olympics in Paris.
MPs call for standard sport concussion protocol
Tom Watson, the deputy Labour leader, has called for sports governing bodies to introduce a single unified concussion protocol after accusing football of "turning a blind eye to the brain injury epidemic."
Long jumper Radevica fails Olympic doping retest
Former European long jump champion Ineta Radevica has tested positive for the steroid oxandrolone in a retest of her sample from the 2012 Olympics.
Sprinter Levine banned four years for doping
British sprinter Nigel Levine, who has won world and European championship medals, has been banned for four years for doping.
Farah to run 2019 London Marathon
European record holder Mo Farah is to run next year's London Marathon for the third time, organisers said on Tuesday.
Moses seeks thorough review of WADA culture
Olympic champion Edwin Moses sent a tersely worded letter to leaders of the World Anti-Doping Agency, asking for an investigation into the culture at WADA.
S. Korea looks into abuse claims by 'Garlic Girls'
In the letter, the five curlers accused former Korean Curling Federation (KCF) vice president Kim Kyong-doo of verbal abuse and team coaches of giving unreasonable orders and subjecting their private lives to excessive control.
Runner who lost feet to frostbite runs marathon
Marko Cheseto, a former University of Alaska Anchorage runner who lost both of his feet to frostbite in 2011, ran his first marathon in 2:52:33 last week and became an American citizen two days later.
Desisa, Keitany win New York City Marathon
Mary Keitany and Lelisa Desisa won the New York City Marathon on Sunday, with Keitany dominating the strong women's field for her fourth victory in the event and Desisa surging ahead of two other runners near the finish line.
WADA presidency age proposal upsets athletes
Linda Helleland, who has emerged as a favorite among athletes who want radical change in WADA, would not be eligible to be president under a new age requirement proposal.
WADA president hits back at U.S. criticism
WADA president Sir Craig Reedie hit back at criticism from the United States by telling their anti-doping organisation to focus on their own shortcomings.
Kipchoge, Mayer records ratified by IAAF review
Eliud Kipchoge's marathon world record and Kevin Mayer's record score in the decathlon have been ratified by the IAAF.
Coleman, Lyles nominated for World Athlete of the Year
U.S. sprinters Christian Coleman and Noah Lyles are both in the running to win the Male Athlete of the Year award for 2018.
Asher-Smith, Semenya among Athlete of Year nominees
British sprinter Dina Asher-Smith and South African middle distance runner Caster Semenya are among the nominees for Female World Athlete of the Year.
IPC warns Tokyo over accessibility fears
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has warned Tokyo 2020 organisers that more accessible hotels and transport options must be found ahead of the showpiece event.
Coming full circle, from the Miracle on the Hudson to the NYC Marathon
Jan. 15, 2009, was just like any day for Patrick Harten, until he heard the words, "We may end up in the Hudson." Now the Miracle on the Hudson air traffic controller will run his first NYC Marathon for the survivors he considers family.
IAAF delays testosterone rules for women
The governing body of track and field will not apply rules to limit natural testosterone levels in female runners until the Court of Arbitration for Sport concludes a case involving Olympic champion Caster Semenya.
Settlement ends doping case against Sergeeva
One of the four doping cases at the Pyeongchang Olympics has been closed in an agreement between bobsled's governing body and Russian driver Nadezhda Sergeeva.
Japan likely to spend at least $25B on Olympics
A report just released by the national government's Board of Audit shows Japan is likely to spend $25 billion to prepare the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and the final number could go even higher.
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