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IAAF report to have 'wow' factor
Dick Pound has promised there will be a "wow factor" to the findings of the investigation he is leading into the conduct of the IAAF.
Russia takes 'first steps'
International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach says Russia has taken "important first steps" to reform the country's anti-doping program.
Bulgaria hit by Olympics ban
Bulgaria's weightlifters will be absent from next year's Olympics after the sport's governing body banned the country's athletes following a high number of doping cases.
Russia could miss World Indoors
Russia are in danger of not being able to compete at next year's World Indoor Championships unless they can prove its commitment to anti-doping.
Russia vows to act on doping
Russia's sports minister has vowed to overhaul the country's anti-doping body (RUSADA) after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) suspended their athletics team over non-compliance with international regulations.
Russia forms doping task force
Russia have announced the formation of a task force to stop doping in athletics as the country faces the prospect of being banned from next year’s Olympic Games.
Scott set to bypass Olympics
Adam Scott has said he is unlikely to play in the golf tournament at next year's Olympics in Rio.
'Rio 2016 keeps us motivated'
Rowing pair Helen Glover and Heather Stanning admit it's easy to remain motivated in the run-up to the Olympics and say they feel privileged to compete at the very top of their sport.
Athletics crisis recap
Lord Coe gives Russia till Friday
Lord Coe has given Russia until Friday to respond to WADA's accusations of systematic doping and has vowed to do everything he can to fix athletics.
Brownlees confirmed for Rio
Alistair and Jonny Brownlee have both been pre-selected for next year's Rio Olympics despite failing to meet British Triathlon's automatic qualification criteria.
BOA names four canoeists for Rio
The British Olympic Association (BOA) has named the four canoe slalom athletes officially selected to compete for Team GB at next summer's Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
GB men secure Rio spot
Great Britain's men's gymnastics team have qualified for the Rio Olympics next year.
Rio place for Brit gymnasts
Great Britain will send a full women's gymnastics team to next summer's Olympics in Rio after their exceptional display at the World Championships in Glasgow.
Fox-Pitt remains 'stable'
William Fox-Pitt remains in a stable condition following his fall last Saturday.
Grainger tips duo to dominate
Olympic rowing champion Katherine Grainger says coxless duo Helen Glover and Heather Stanning can continue their dominance in the sport for many years to come.
'We've laid down Rio marker'
Katie Archibald believes Great Britain's cyclists have laid down a marker ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympics after topping the medal table at last weekend’s European Track Championships in Switzerland.
GB Hockey girls have Rio belief
Women’s hockey captain Kate Richardson-Walsh admits England’s European triumph has given Team GB added belief they can compete for the gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Squash suffers Olympic snub
The head of the World Squash Federation (WSF) is "devastated" for the sport's followers after another Olympic snub.
IOC announces 2024 shortlist
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has confirmed Budapest, Hamburg, Los Angeles, Paris and Rome are on the shortlist to host 2024 Olympic Games.