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Radcliffe third in comeback
Paula Radcliffe marked her return to competitive action with a third-place finish in the Worcester City 10k.
Maggie's Ohuruogo inspiration
Women’s Rugby World Cup winner Maggie Alphonsi has revealed that 400m runner Christine Ohuruogu has been one of the driving forces behind her decision to pursue a career in athletics.
Porter beats Ennis-Hill record
Tiffany Porter beat Jessica Ennis-Hill's British record as she took silver in the women's 100m hurdles at the IAAF Continental Cup in Marrakech on Sunday.
Pistorius cleared of murder
Oscar Pistorius wept in court as he was cleared of the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Pistorius arrives in court
Oscar Pistorius has arrived at court to hear if he will spend years in prison for shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Bleasdale praises Sky mentor
Holly Bleasdale has praised her Sky Academy mentor Phil Clarke for helping guide her through a disappointing spell of injuries.
Bolt: I'll run at London 2017
Usain Bolt looks set to make the 2017 World Championships in London the final major competition of his sparkling career.
Pavey: Motherhood has helped
Jo Pavey says the joys of motherhood helped give her the extra edge required to claim 10,000m gold at the 2014 European Championships.
Pavey produces GB gold
Jo Pavey has won gold for Great Britain in the women's 10,000 metres at the European Championships in Zurich.
Collapse led to Farah no-show
Mo Farah has revealed for the first time the full story behind his withdrawal from last month’s Commonwealth Games.
Scotland opt for Burton
Judo star Euan Burton will carry Scotland’s flag during Wednesday’s opening ceremony at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Dasaolu handed 100m spot
Sprinter James Dasaolu has been selected for the GB & Northern Ireland team for next month's European Championships in Zurich.
Powell and Simpson bans cut
Jamaican sprinters Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson have had their doping bans reduced from 18 months to six months by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
GB win in Hamburg World Series
The Brownlee brothers led Great Britain's mixed triathlon relay team to a third World Series triumph with victory in Hamburg.
Brownlee brothers make mark
The Brownlee brothers ended a run of two triathlons without a podium finish as the World Series swept into Hamburg on Saturday.
Paula: I'm a work in progress
Paula Radcliffe is hoping to have another crack at the London Marathon but accepts her rehabilitation following a broken foot remains ‘a work in progress.’
Farah to miss Glasgow warm-up
Mo Farah has withdrawn from this weekend’s Sainsbury's Glasgow Grand Prix after he needed hospital treatment for abdominal pains.
Ohuruogu: Rio will be my last
Olympic and double world champion Christine Ohuruogu confirms she expects to retire after Rio 2016, insisting she would have to be "completely crazy" to carry on any longer.
Climbing inspires Chambers
Dwain Chambers says a charity mountain ascent helped him to win his fifth successive 100m title at the Sainsburys British championships.
Pistorius returns to court
Paralympian Oscar Pistorius is back in court on Monday in Pretoria for the resumption of his murder trial following a month of psychiatric tests.