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Verzbicas’ Citizenship A Factor In Triathlon Move

The Lithuanian citizen can represent the U.S. in triathlon, but not track and field.

London Awarded 2017 World Championships

Over 100 world-class athletes had backed the bid.

A Kenyan Triumph At The Seoul Marathon

James Kwambai held off a strong field to win the race.

After Olympics, London Not Losing Its Track

The U.K. Sports minister says that Britain needs a unique venue for track and field.

Nick Symmonds Rails Against IAAF And USATF

The American 800m champion thinks his sport is dying.

Argument Brewing Over Radcliffe’s World Record

A controversial IAAF ruling has many people up in arms.

Abel Kirui Repeats As World Marathon Champion

He ran the second-fastest winning time despite the heat and humidity.

IAAF Adjusts Ruling On Women’s World Records

Under the ruling, Deena Kastor would no longer own the American marathon record.

Chris Solinsky Out Of World Championships

He's suffering from a nagging hamstring injury.

Blood Tests For All Athletes At World Championships

Unprecedented anti-doping program will launch in Daegu later this month.

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