With the Rio Olympics just over a year away, officials have admitted they are unable to meet their clean-up targets.
Jon Ridgeon says whole nations need to be banned from major athletics competitions if it helps to rid the sport of doping.
Lord Coe expects a "robust and detailed response" from the IAAF after allegations of widespread doping.
Sky Sports News HQ's Orla Chennaoui reports from Rio de Janeiro where the clean-up operation ahead of the Olympics is not going well....
Great Britain's James Guy has won silver in the 400m men's freestyle at the Kazan 2015 World Aquatics Championships in Russia.
Katie Ledecky admitted she was surprised after breaking her own 1500m world record at the swimming world championships.
London 2012 triathlon gold medal winner Alistair Brownlee could only finish 10th at a test event in Rio.
Tom Daley produced a superb finish to snatch a bronze medal in the 10m platform in Kazan.
American Beezie Madden made history as she won the Longines King George V Gold Cup for a second successive year.
The World Anti-Doping Agency says it is very alarmed by the latest allegations of widespread doping in athletics.
Chloe Winchester won Hickstead's Queen Elizabeth II Cup riding Avoca Valkyrie on her debut entry of the class.
Tom Daley admits feeling relieved after he booked his spot at next year’s Olympic Games in Rio.
Belgium won the Nations Cup at Hickstead on Friday after thrilling jump-off but Britain finished a disappointing sixth.
Bejing has been chosen as the host city for the 2022 Winter Olympics, beating off competition from Kazakhstan's capital Almaty.
Alex Ferguson compares a day out at a San Diego baseball game and the experience of Edgbaston cricket.
British long jumper Greg Rutherford stretched his lead at the top of the Diamond League standings with victory in Stockholm.
UK Athletics says a review into Mo Farah's training regime has found no "evidence of impropriety".
Sky Scholar Lucy Garner reflects on a dismal and very painful battle in Paris in La Course.
Sebastian Coe has edged closer to securing the IAAF presidency after winning public declarations of support from 12 European countries.
Quillan Isidore reflects on a crazy BMX World Championships in Belgium as the wind and rain causes havoc for the riders.
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