Sir Mo Farah has announced he is “back on the track” and will aim to compete in the 10,000 metres at next year’s Olympic Games.
Paula Radcliffe has seen her 16-year-old women’s marathon world record shattered by Brigid Kosgei as the Kenyan set a new mark of two hours, 14 minutes and four seconds in Chicago.
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’s former coach Alberto Salazar says he is “shocked” after being banned from athletics for four years for multiple doping violations.
Sir Mo Farah’s former coach has been banned from athletics for four years for multiple anti-doping violations, the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has said.
Sir Mo Farah has been announced as patron of a new initiative from Save the Children which will pilot innovative approaches in tackling malnutrition.
IN a new book, New Scientist managing editor Rowan Hooper meets people who’ve reached the peak of human achievement and asks if the secret is genes, perseverance or something else.
TODAY marks the fifth anniversary of one of the greatest days in British Olympic history.
WHAT a year 2016 was for sporting highlights.
AS an avid sports fan, I have watched BBC Sports Personality of the Year for as long as I can remember or for of those of you who recall it when it was plain old Sports Review of the Year from the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London.
LOOK how they’ve grown... into Olympic heroes!