Relive the best of the action from day 13 of London 2012, including Usain Bolt in the 200m final and success in the ring for Nicola Adams and Katie Taylor.
Olympic and world 3,000m steeplechase champion Conseslus Kipruto will miss the first Diamond League event of the season in Monaco after testing positive for coronavirus.
Exactly 25 years since setting his enduring triple jump world record, Britain’s Jonathan Edwards remembers his heady summer of 1995.
Athletes who break coronavirus rules could be excluded from the British Championships.
The 2020 London Marathon will involve only elite athletes, with 45,000 runners unable to take part in the mass participation race.
Laura Muir says training partner Jemma Reekie becoming a temporary housemate has motivated them both.
This week’s roundup also features Fanny Blankers-Koen, Robin van Persie, and ‘the best coach in the Premier League’1) Things are hotting up at the Crucible, where the World Snooker Championships are in full swing. So here’s Ronnie O’Sullivan talking us…
Former 400m hurdles world champion Dai Greene says athletics has “missed a window of opportunity” to shine during the coronavirus disruption to sport.
Noah Lyles says US relay team-mate Christian Coleman should show “a little more responsibility” after he was provisionally suspended for a third missed doping test.
UK Athletics acknowledges there is “a lot more work to be done” regarding safeguarding after independent review of its policies.
World Athletics says it will expel the Russian Federation as a member if an outstanding fine is not paid by 15 August.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson could surpass Jessica Ennis-Hill and Denise Lewis to become Britain’s greatest heptathlete says Daley Thompson.
London Marathon organisers delay a decision on when the 2020 event can be held, which was expected on Tuesday, until 7 August.
Doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov says no Russian athletes should be allowed to participate in next year’s Tokyo Games.
‘If you don’t wear them, don’t expect to be competitive’: Irish distance runners have their say on the shoes debate
Irish Olympic hopefuls Stephen Scullion, Ann-Marie McGlynn and Kevin Seaward give their views on the shoes debate in distance running.