Kenya's Pamela Jelimo (R) and Russia's Ekaterina Poistogova run on their way to finishing first and second respectively in their women's 800m semi-final during the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium August 9, 2012. Poistogova is one of ... Reuters UK, 2 weeks ago
Slideshow: Russian athletics scandal - Reuters, 2 weeks ago
LOUISVILLE — Recruiting in the NCAA system is often a difficult and sometimes controversial subject when it comes to cross country. International runners from many parts of the world are given opportunities to compete for American NCAA programs, ...Flow Track, 1 week ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow needs to conduct its own investigation into allegations that its track and field athletes took performance-enhancing drugs in a process condoned by Russian officials. In his first comments on the charges ...Radio Free Europe, 2 weeks ago
The International Olympics Committee said it is ready to strip medals from any Russian athletes found guilty of doping and is considering retesting drug samples from the Sochi Winter Olympics. After an urgent meeting of its executive board on ...Radio Free Europe, 2 weeks ago IOC opens way for stripping of Olympic medals in Russian doping cases CTV News, 2 weeks ago
Is Kenya out of the woods regarding doping in athletics? That was the question as the country escaped World Anti-Doping Agency's (Wada's) scrutiny after they revealed nothing about Kenya's situation, but recommended the suspension of Russia. ...Daily Nation, 2 weeks ago
Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare (left), Regina George, Dominique Duncan and Christy Udoh after winning the women's 4 x 200 metres at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays in Nassau, Bahamas…yesterday. PHOTO: AFP ...The Guardian Nigeria, 1 month ago
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