'14 Russians failed Beijing tests'

'14 Russians failed Beijing tests'

The IOC has reportedly confirmed that 14 Russian athletes are suspected of doping at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

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Magical weekend for Scholars

Magical weekend for Scholars

It was a weekend of delight for three Sky Academy Sports Scholars as the pressure builds with just over two months to Rio.

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Pavey faces Olympic battle

Pavey faces Olympic battle

Jo Pavey faces a battle to represent Team GB at this summer's Olympics after flu hampered her efforts at the British 10,000m trials.

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Russia to criminalise doping

Russia to criminalise doping

The Russian government is trying to push through legislation that will make doping a criminal offence by 2017

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Equality, sickness & China joy

Equality, sickness & China joy

Lucy Garner reflects on equality in cycling and overcoming sickness and rain on the Women's Tour in Yorkshire and China.

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Minichiello wants more testing

Minichiello wants more testing

Jessica Ennis-Hill's coach Toni Minichiello has called for more drug testing in athletics globally.

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Euro taekwondo crown for Jones

Euro taekwondo crown for Jones

Jade Jones stepped up her bid to defend her Olympic taekwondo title in Rio after becoming European champion in Montreux.

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Ennis-Hill fit and focused on Rio

Ennis-Hill fit and focused on Rio

Jessica Ennis-Hill has told SSN HQ that she is back in full training following an Achilles injury that sidelined her in the winter.

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Rutherford warms up for Rio

Rutherford warms up for Rio

Greg Rutherford continued his fine start to the Olympic year with a Great CityGames record 8.20 metre leap to win the long jump competition in Manchester on Friday.

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Ennis-Hill makes return

Ennis-Hill makes return

Jessica Ennis-Hill returned to competitive athletics on Sunday, competing in the javelin at the Loughborough International Athletics match.

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Bolt wins in Ostrava

Bolt wins in Ostrava

Usain Bolt continued his preparations for the Rio Olympic Games by breaking the 10-second barrier in Ostrava.

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Marshall passes first World test

Marshall passes first World test

Savannah Marshall eased into the last 16 of the World Championships to keep her hopes alive of making Rio.

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Time for Savannah to deliver

Time for Savannah to deliver

Adam Smith says Savannah Marshall has the talent but needs to believe if she is to make Rio at this week's World Championships.

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Euro show boosts O'Connor

Euro show boosts O'Connor

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor is thrilled with her form ahead of the Olympics after winning silver at the European Championships.

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Bolt targets 200 metres record

Bolt targets 200 metres record

Usain Bolt is aiming to break to 200 metres record at the Rio Olympics and believes he can go below 19 seconds.

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Sport England treble funding

Sport England treble funding

Sport England, the Government agency that invests in grassroots sport, is tripling its spend to tackle inactivity.

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Pitchford, Drinkhall go to Rio

Pitchford, Drinkhall go to Rio

Liam Pitchford and Paul Drinkhall have been picked to lead Great Britain's table tennis campaign at the Olympic Games.

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GB relay teams win gold

GB relay teams win gold

Britain racked up a total of seven golds after the relay teams won the last two events at the London Aquatics Centre.

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Murdoch grabs 200m gold

Murdoch grabs 200m gold

Ross Murdoch led the way with a gold medal as Britain's swimmers enjoyed another successful night at the European Championships.

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IOC president warns federations

IOC president warns federations

IOC president Thomas Bach has suggested entire federations could be banned from the Rio Olympic Games.

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