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.
Yuki Kawauchi's surprise win in Boston
In near-freezing temperatures, Japan's Yuki Kawauchi beat out fierce competition at the Boston Marathon. "I can't help but think fate had something to do with my win today," he said.
In the long run, watch out for these U.S. women at the Boston Marathon
Young and old, the American women have a pack of powerhouse runners ready to blow by the rest of the field at the Boston Marathon.
Bolt 'excited' to be at Commonwealth Games.
Usain Bolt has dismissed reports that Commonwealth Games isn't taken seriously by top athletes insisting all the top competitors want to win a Commonwealth medal.
Coe: Bolt is the Ali of athletics.
Lord Coe admitted that athletics will miss Usain Bolt, but explained why he believes that the future of athletics will still be strong.
Drawing strength, five years on
Scott Magoon was moments from the finish line at the 2013 Boston Marathon when the two bombs exploded. Since then, the children's book illustrator, who was uninjured but experienced PTSD, has partnered with survivors to tell a story of hope.
Boston Marathon: Why I'm running
Running 26.2 miles certainly calls for bragging rights. But for these runners, the reason to lace up for Boston is what matters most.
The resilience of U.S. marathoner Serena Burla
In August, Serena Burla thought she might be running her last marathon. A tumor had been removed from her leg seven years earlier -- and she feared cancer had returned.
The rematch of Boston's two fastest men
Last year, Kenya's Geoffrey Kirui beat American Galen Rupp by mere seconds on the streets of Boston. Will the two meet again for a late-race duel?
A brief sports history of the old-fashioned art of blatant and wholly inept cheating
The Australian cricket team's dismal attempt at subterfuge in the test match against South Africa, the concerted but ham-fisted effort to ball-tamper, has left a proud sporting nation in a state of "woe is me" hand-wringing.
Sprinter Powell to miss Commonwealth Games
Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell won't compete in the 100 meters at the Commonwealth Games due to an undisclosed injury, team officials said Friday.
The Dominant 20: Usain Bolt, the 10th most dominant athlete of our time
He's a six-time IAAF Athlete of the Year, eight-time Olympic gold medalist and world-record holder in the 100 and 200 meters. Not bad! ESPN's Anthony Olivieri runs some other numbers on the fastest man in history.
Kenya's Kirui wins 2nd L.A. Marathon in 3 years
Kenya's Weldon Kirui raced to his second Los Angeles Marathon victory in three years, finishing in 2 hours, 11 minutes, 48 seconds on Sunday. Ethiopia's Sule Utura Gedo claimed the women's title in 2:33.49.
The story of the 'Greatest Living Englishman'
After a dismal Olympic showing in 1952 -- Britain's Roger Bannister had set his mind on breaking the four-minute mile barrier. The late runner called the feat a 'small part of his life,' but it was a moment that transcended beyond the record books.
Police deny Farah claims of racial harassment
German Federal Police have strongly denied claims by Sir Mo Farah that he was "racially harrassed" at Munich Airport Monday.
Coe defends actions after damning report
IAAF president Sebastian Coe says he has been misrepresented after a parliamentary select committee report accused him of misleading a doping inquiry.
IAAF to consider permanent Russia ban
The IAAF will consider withdrawing Russia's membership of the federation if "dramatic progress" is not made by July in regards to the country's doping problems.
IAAF chief executive officer Gers resigns
Olivier Gers has resigned as the chief executive officer of the IAAF.
Coe accused of misleading inquiry into doping
A report published by British legislators has accused IAAF President Sebastian Coe of misleading a parliamentary inquiry into doping.
Recap: Pozzi wins gold, Poland stun US in 4x400
Andrew Pozzi won gold in the 60m hurdles after beating the USA's Jarret Eaton.
Poland shocks USA in amazing 4x400m comeback.
Despite having a big lead going into the last 200m, Team USA couldn't hold on to the gold medal as Poland shocked the world.
New stars emerge at World Indoors to give Lord Coe and IAAF reason for optimism
The post-Bolt era is underway in athletics, and despite some elements of high farce and a quandary over what to do about Russia, there was enough young talent on show in Birmingham to give hope for the future.
Briton Pozzi wins 60m hurdles with dip on the line.
Andrew Pozzi won gold in his home country by just 0.01 second from American Jarred Eaton.
With Tiger Woods set to descend upon Augusta National, another generation of fans will get to witness some golf magic that not so long ago seemed improbable.