Harrison Dillard, the men’s 100m champion at the London 1948 Olympics, dies in Cleveland at the age of 96.
Some of Britain’s top athletes are threatening to sue the British Olympic Association (BOA) over “ridiculous and unfair” sponsorship regulations.
• Gemili leads group saying BOA rules are ‘unjust and unlawful’• ‘The situation is completely unfair … we get brushed aside’Twenty high-profile British athletes led by the sprinter Adam Gemili have taken the extraordinary step of launching legal action…
Scotland’s Lynsey Sharp is taking a break from athletics after surgery to remove pre-cancerous cells.
Marathon world record holder Brigid Kosgei is one of five finalists for the Female World Athlete 2019 award.
Kenya’s Abraham Kiptum is banned for four years over an anti-doping violation.
Alberto Salazar’s appeal against his four-year ban is unlikely to be heard before March 2020, the Court of Arbitration for Sport says.
Eliud Kipchoge, the first person to break the two-hour marathon mark, is among five finalists for the Male World Athlete 2019.
Alberto Salazar’s “obsession” with controlling weight led to mental health problems in athletes, says the banned coach’s former assistant Steve Magness.
Dina Asher-Smith says she will support the Athletics Association, a new union for athletes formed in response to changes to the Diamond League programme.
Laura Muir will attempt to break the 1,000m world record when she races in the Indoor Grand Prix at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena in February.
Caitlyn Jenner talks to the BBC about gender dysphoria and the importance of the Olympics taking the issue of trans athletes seriously.
Caitlyn Jenner recalls how she felt trapped in her identity after winning decathlon gold at the 1976 Olympic Games as Bruce Jenner.
The 200m is one of number of events which will no longer feature at all Diamond League meetings in the 2020 season.
Britain’s anti-doping authority is to review whether it needs to take any action against athletes who trained with banned coach Alberto Salazar.