GB's Rutherford to retire from athletics
Olympic gold medalist and former world long jump champion Greg Rutherford is to retire from athletics later this year.
Top tips for running the Comrades
Comrades Marathon Association coach Lindsey Parry gives his tips for running the grueling 90.18km Down Run. Pro tip: Don't use new shoes!
The Comrades Marathon: A Life-Altering Experience
"The Comrades is bigger than the individual. It's a symbol for every challenge you will ever face."
Rogue waves, a near capsize and 49 days alone on the Atlantic, what could stop Kiko Matthews?
After a brain tumor nearly took her life, Kiko Matthews decided to do something extraordinary. She would row across the Atlantic -- with zero experience. Extraordinary or mad? It may have been a bit of both.
The rock star following of skater Yuzuru Hanyu
Why does Japanese gold-medal skater Yuzuru Hanyu inspire such a devoted following? We attended a parade in his honor in search of the answer.
ESPN Fame 100: The UK's Top 10 Athletes
From Rory McIlroy to Lewis Hamilton, from Gareth Bale to Harry Kane, and from Anthony Joshua to Sir Mo Farah, we count down the top 10 British athletes in ESPN's Fame 100.
IOC to challenge rulings that cleared Russians
The IOC is "not satisfied at all" with verdicts by the CAS that cleared some Russian athletes of doping sanctions.
#FinishForMatt runner: 'He didn't get to finish the race. I had to finish it for him.'
Helen Wilkinson ran the London Marathon for her brother, who collapsed and died during a soccer match. Then she heard "MasterChef" contestant, Matt Campbell, collapsed in London and also died. Now she had to run for Campbell.
Kenya's Kiprop acknowledges failed drug test
Former Olympic 1,500m champion Asbel Kiprop says he has tested positive for doping and is alleging officials who collected his drug-test sample extorted money from him.
Russian Olympic Committee head to step down
Alexander Zhukov is stepping down as president of the Russian Olympic Committee to focus on his political career, he said Wednesday.
IAAF lawyer quits in protest of testosterone ruling
The IAAF's controversial new ruling regarding testosterone levels in women, which will come into effect on 1 November, has seen one of the body's lawyers resign in protest.
Russian whistleblower wants libel case dropped
Former Moscow lab director Grigory Rodchenkov seeks dismissal of a libel lawsuit supported by Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov on behalf of three Russian biathletes whose medals from the Sochi Games were stripped for doping.
IAAF rules could force Semenya to lower testosterone
Caster Semenya could be forced to take medication to lower her testosterone levels if new rules are brought in by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) over hyperandrogenism.
'MasterChef' contestant dies in London marathon
A participant in the London Marathon has died after collapsing during the race, organisers have confirmed.
Boston Marathon champ: 'This is gonna be miserable'
The morning of the Boston Marathon, Desiree Linden found the intemperate weather conditions "comical." That attitude might have helped her to the finish line first.
The unrelenting Sir Mo Farah
Mo Farah may not have won the London Marathon, but he set Britain's men's marathon record -- and also the mood for the 26.2-mile race.
Cheruiyot wins first London Marathon title
Kenya's Vivian Cheruiyot pulled off a huge upset after surging from behind at halfway to win a personal best of 2:18:31, leaving race favourites Tirunesh Dibaba and Mary Keitany in third and fifth place.
Third London Marathon win for Kipchoge
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge looked unfazed by the hot British weather, as he coolly crossed the line in 2:04:27, showing why he's regarded as one of the greatest marathon runners of all time.
Record eighth win for Weir at London Marathon
Six-time Paralympic gold medallist David Weir continued to add to his trophy case by claiming an eighth title at the 2018 London Marathon in the men's wheelchair race.
Australian victory at the London Marathon
Paralympic silver medallist Madison de Rozario made a last dash sprint to claim first place in the women's wheelchair race at the 2018 London Marathon, finishing with a time of 1:42:58.
Kipchoge wins London Marathon, Farah third
Eliud Kipchoge won the 2018 men's London Marathon as Sir Mo Farah finished third in a British record time.
Karolyis: 'No way' knew of abuses by Nassar
Gymnastics coaches Marta and Bela Karolyi said there was "no way" they suspected Larry Nassar was sexually abusing women and young girls.
Fancy-dress wearers warned for marathon
Fancy-dress wearers have been warned to dress appropriately for Sunday's London Marathon with the race expected to be the warmest on record.
Kipchoge to 'run a beautiful race' in London
Kenyan long distance star Eliud Kipchoge, the current Olympic champion, will be looking to seal a hat-trick of titles this Sunday at the 2018 London Marathon.
'Des is the definition of unrelenting'
Sideways rain and near-freezing temps couldn't stop American Desiree Linden at the Boston Marathon. Her win is another display of strength from U.S. women on the global stage.