The new head of UK Athletics has said there are there are plans to hand over a 2015 internal report into Alberto Salazar’s relationship with Mo Farah. Photograph: Adrian Dennis/Getty/AFP

The new head of UK Athletics has said any employee who does not share her vision for “ethical success” will lose their job, and there are “definite pl(...)

Alberto Salazar and Mo Farah pictured in 2015. Photograph: Adrian Dennis/Getty/AFP

Britain’s Anti-Doping body Ukad has criticised an independent review into the way UK Athletics handled issues surrounding its relationship with disgra(...)

Mo Farah: Apparently Mo has trouble hearing, trouble remembering, has problems filling out his whereabouts forms, goes to the wrong country. Photograph: Kamil Jrzaczynski/AFP via Getty Images)

If there was one man I would have in charge of anti-doping agencies or even just investigating athletes by randomly turning up on their doorstep, with(...)

 Mo Farah with his gold medal at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Photograph: Getty Images

Mo Farah is facing fresh questions over his relationship with banned coach Alberto Salazar after it emerged that he repeatedly denied to US anti-dopin(...)

Ireland’s Ciara Mageean celebrates qualifying for the final of the World Athletics Championship. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Two athletes and one shining day. It’s October 5th, 2019, a date that they’ll both remember long after the peak of their sporting lives has faded. The(...)

World Athletics president Sebastian Coe: ‘I think the next four years will be even more focused on the sport, on formats, on competition. How do we make the World Championships an even more exciting prospect?’ File photograph: Jean Catuffe/Getty Images

There is a scene in 16 Days of Glory, Bud Greenspan’s film about the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, which deftly captures Sebastian Coe crossing the li(...)

Alberto Salazar is appealing a four-year ban for breaking anti-doping rules. Photograph: Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Alberto Salazar has issued a part-apology for any “callous or insensitive” comments that he made to former teen prodigy Mary Cain and the other female(...)

Mary Cain told the New York Times she was “emotionally and physically abused by a system designed by Alberto [Salazar] and endorsed by Nike”. Photograph:  Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images

What more can one say about Nike except that in a hotly contested field it once again leads the way in being the biggest hypocrite in global sport? I(...)

Alberto Salazar has appealed his four-year ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Photograph:  Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Alberto Salazar has appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) against the four-year ban handed down by the United States Anti-Doping Agency(...)

Mary Cain has revealed how she was ‘physically and emtionally abused’ by Alberto Salazar’s system. Photograph: Christian Petersen/Getty

A former Nike Oregon Project athlete has revealed how her period stopped for three years and she broke five bones owing to osteoporosis after being pr(...)

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