Domingo won't perform at Tokyo cultural events
The Tokyo Olympics organizing committee says opera legend Placido Domingo has said he won't perform at pre-Olympics cultural events in Japan. U.S. opera houses have canceled Domingo's appearances following sexual harassment allegations against him.
Russia denies manipulation of key doping data
Russia hardened its line Thursday on a doping issue which could threaten the country's participation at next year's Tokyo Olympics.
Salazar athletes could be retested - WADA
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president Craig Reedie has said the organization will look into athletes who trained under banned coach Alberto Salazar.
Sprinter Ghafoor jailed in drug smuggling case
The Dutch Olympic sprinter Madiea Ghafoor was sentenced to 8 1/2 years in prison on drug charges in Germany on Monday.
USA's Harper Nelson unretires, eyes Tokyo gold
U.S. hurdler Dawn Harper Nelson has announced that she is coming out of retirement to chase more Olympic gold.
Ex-Team Sky doctor admits to telling lies
A former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor has admitted to telling "a lot of lies"and ordering a banned testosterone substance.
Paralympian Vervoort dies at 40 by euthanasia
Paralympian Marieke Vervoort has died at 40 through euthanasia in her native Belgium.
Longtime Nike CEO Parker to step down in Jan.
Nike said Tuesday that its longtime CEO, Mark Parker, is stepping down early next year. He will be replaced by board member John Donahoe.
Johnson-Thompson nominated for IAAF award
Great Britain's Katarina Johnson-Thompson has received a nomination for the IAAF World Athlete of the Year award.
Fraser wins GB's first parallel bars gold at worlds
Joe Fraser became Britain's first parallel bars gold medalist with his victory at the World Gymnastics Championships in Germany on Sunday.
Kosgei tops women's 16-year-old marathon mark
Brigid Kosgei of Kenya broke a 16-year world record at the Chicago Marathon on Sunday, winning the women's race in 2 hours, 14 minutes, 3 seconds.
Farah bemoans 'agenda' against him after Salzaar ban
British Olympic champion Mo Farah has angrily defended his reputation after former coach Alberto Salazar was banned for doping violations.
Kipchoge runs first ever sub-2 hour marathon
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge has become the first man to run a sub-two hour marathon, smashing the barrier by almost 20 seconds.
Nike shuts down Oregon Project after Salazar ban
Nike Inc. shut down its Nike Oregon Project training group Thursday after the recent ban of founder and coach Alberto Salazar.
Neil Black to stand down as British Athletics performance director
Neil Black to stand down as British Athletics performance director after Salazar ban
Heat, hope and heroics: The final word from the IAAF World Championships
The IAAF World Athletic Championships are behind us. Here are our top takeaways.
U.S. wins 3 more golds on last day of track worlds
The United States picked up three gold medals on the final day of the world track championships and went 1-2 in the women's 100-meter hurdles.
Qatar acknowledges free tickets to fill stadium
The local organizing committee for the world track and field championships says free tickets were given out in a "marketing outreach to embassies, employees, schools and higher education.''
U.S. men collect gold, women bronze in 4x100
Americans took home gold in the 4x100-meter relay and men's shot put, while the women's 4x100 team settled for bronze at the world championships.
Hurdler wins bronze on appeal, hails cab to track
Spanish hurdler Orlando Ortega had to quickly take a cab to Khalifa International Stadium after learning he had won his appeal and would be awarded a bronze medal.
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