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  • Christiansen wants fun factor

    Sophie Christiansen has been questioning whether she will seek to extend her reign in Tokyo in 2020.

    Wednesday December 7 2016, 13:27 GMT
    Sophie Christiansen has been questioning whether to extend her reign in Tokyo
  • Hawkins gets London call

    Callum Hawkins has become the first British athlete to be selected for next summer's World Championships.

    Tuesday December 6 2016, 15:37 GMT
    Callum Hawkins: Selected for London
  • Renwick retires from swimming

    Former world and Commonwealth champion Robbie Renwick has announced his retirement from swimming.

    Tuesday December 6 2016, 14:17 GMT
    Robbie Renwick says he plans to focus on the development of the sport.
  • What Happens Next?

    Our Monday column looking for ante-post value includes a 20/1 suggestion for the Grand National.

    Monday December 5 2016, 12:05 GMT
    Many Clouds (right) is worth backing for the Grand National
  • Coe gets backing for plan

    President Sebastian Coe's plan for reform for the IAAF has received overwhelming backing from member countries.

    Saturday December 3 2016, 17:50 GMT
    Sebastian Coe got strong support after the vote in Monaco
  • Yarnold misses out on medal

    Lizzy Yarnold narrowly missed out on a medal as she returned to skeleton competition on Friday night in Whistler.

    Saturday December 3 2016, 08:54 GMT
    Lizzy Yarnold was back in skeleton action at Whistler
  • Usain Bolt wins IAAF award

    Nine-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt has been named the IAAF's male athlete of the year for a sixth time.

    Friday December 2 2016, 21:10 GMT
    Usain Bolt: Hailed 'bold' Coe package before picking up award
  • Tour de Yorkshire route unveiled

    The 2017 Tour de Yorkshire will finish with the toughest stage in the race's brief history after organisers unveiled a challenging route.

    Friday December 2 2016, 20:32 GMT
    The riders will face three tough days in the third edition of the Tour de Yorkshire
  • Restructure for British Swimming

    Adam Peaty's swimming coach Mel Marshall will take up a new lead role at the national centre in Loughborough.

    Friday December 2 2016, 17:22 GMT
    Adam Peaty celebrates winning gold in Rio
  • UK Athletics accused of 'cover up'

    UK Athletics has been accused of a "cover-up" after it failed to properly deal with an allegation of sexual abuse by a coach.

    Friday December 2 2016, 14:15 GMT
  • Yarnold set for skeleton return

    Lizzy Yarnold will make her return to skeleton when she competes at the opening World Cup of the new season.

    Friday December 2 2016, 10:47 GMT
    Lizzy Yarnold will be back in competitive action this weekend
  • 'Russia not ready to return'

    Russia's ban from global athletics will continue until at least February.

    Thursday December 1 2016, 20:22 GMT
    IAAF taskforce confirm that Russia have
  • MLB players and owners reach deal

    MLB is set to avoid a lockout after players and owners reached a tentative deal on a collective bargaining agreement

    Thursday December 1 2016, 09:52 GMT
  • IAAF meet to vote on major reforms

    Russia has made almost no progress with the reforms needed before its athletes can compete in international events again.

    Wednesday November 30 2016, 19:40 GMT
  • Ennis-Hill set for another gold

    Jessica Ennis-Hill is "delighted" that she is set to be awarded her third world heptathlon title - thanks to a drug cheat.

    Wednesday November 30 2016, 00:17 GMT
    Chernova (l) and Ennis, pictured at the end of their Daegu battle
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