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Williams returns to the track
Former European 400m hurdles champion Rhys Williams returns to action for the first time since failing a doping test in 2014
Ennis-Hill has Rio in sights
Jessica Ennis-Hill is targeting qualification for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games after confirming she will make her heptathlon comeback at the Hypo-Meeting in Gotzis at the end of the month.
Angry Gatlin returns home
Controversial sprinter Justin Gatlin has returned home prior to the Beijing World Challenge, claiming organisers had ‘kicked him out’ on the eve of the meeting.
Ennis-Hill targets Worlds
Jessica Ennis-Hill is targeting this summer’s World Athletics Championships in Beijing as she continues her comeback after giving birth to her first child.
Farah beaten in Doha
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah was beaten into second place in the 3,000 metres by Hagos Gebrhiwet at the Diamond League opener in Doha on Friday.
Gatlin clocks 9.74 in Doha
American Justin Gatlin stormed to victory at the Diamond League opener in Doha on Friday winning the 100m to serve notice to Usain Bolt ahead of the world athletics championships in Beijing in August.
Farah stays on track until 2017
Mo Farah intends to continue with his track career until the 2017 World Championships in front of his home crowd in London.
IOC strips US of relay medals
The United States 4x100 metres relay team have all been stripped of their London 2012 Olympic silver medals following the doping conviction of sprinter Tyson Gay.
Johnson-Thompson out of Gotzis
European Indoor Pentathlon champion Katarina Johnson-Thompson has been forced to withdraw from the Gotzis Hypo-Meeting in Austria on May 30-31 due to injury.
Loughborough date for Jessica
Jessica Ennis-Hill will continue her comeback by competing in both long jump and javelin events at this weekend’s Loughborough International Athletics meeting.
Powell sets year's best for 100m
Asafa Powell ran a world-leading time of 9.84 seconds as he won the 100 metres at the Jamaica International Invitational in Kingston on Saturday night.
Ennis-Hill third on return
Jess Ennis-Hill came third in the 100m hurdles at the GreatCity games in Manchester on her return to competitive action.
Ennis-Hill set for return
Jessica Ennis–Hill will return to competitive action for the first time in 22 months in Manchester on Saturday.
Pavey to miss Beijing
Jo Pavey has announced she will miss the the 2015 IAAF World Championships this August.
US and Jamaica dominate relays
The United States and Jamaica showed off their strength in depth by dominating the second and final day of the IAAF World Relays in Nassau on Sunday.
Ennis-Hill ready for comeback
Jessica Ennis-Hill cannot wait to feel the buzz of competition again as she gears up for her return to athletics.
Kenyan clean sweep at Marathon
Eliud Kipchoge led a Kenyan clean sweep of the podium places as he won the men's London Marathon on Sunday in an unofficial time of two hours, four minutes and 41 seconds.
Radcliffe's farewell Marathon
Tigist Tufa became the first Ethiopian woman in 14 years to win the London Marathon on Sunday, as Paula Radcliffe bid farewell.
Stanford announces comeback
Non Stanford will make her long-awaited comeback from injury at next month’s International Triathlon Union World Series race in Yokohama on May 16.
Bolt: Gay got off lightly
Usain Bolt believes Tyson Gay got off lightly for using performance enhancing drugs and should have been kicked out of athletics.