Lord Coe has described the crisis surrounding Zara Hyde Peters at UK Athletics as “a horrible episode” but has backed the organisation’s leaders to take it to a brighter future.
The good, the bad and the ugly side of sport was on display in an action-packed 2019.
UK Athletics has commissioned an independent review into its dealing with Alberto Salazar and his Nike Oregon Project.
Mark Daly: It was a marathon not a sprint but downfall of doping coach Alberto Salazar is a great victory for sport
BBC Scotland investigations correspondent Mark Daly looks back on a week when his story exposing doping at the top of world athletics came to a head after five years
Sir Mo Farah claimed there was an agenda against him as he was grilled on his past links to disgraced coach Alberto Salazar.
UK Athletics is searching for a new performance director following Neil Black’s decision to stand down after seven years in the role.
Neil Black is to stand down as UK Athletics performance director at the end of October, the governing body has announced.
British Athletics performance director Neil Black has admitted he will consider his future in the wake of Alberto Salazar’s four-year ban.
Laura Muir claimed a cloud hung over a remarkable 1500 metres final in Doha after her gutsy run earned her fifth place at the World Championships.
Dina Asher-Smith admitted her historic gold medal has been two years in the making after she stormed to 200m victory at the World Championships.
Dina Asher-Smith clinched a historic gold medal after powering to 200m victory at the World Championships.