Semenya takes IAAF to court over ruling
South African middle-distance runner Caster Semenya will challenge a female classification rule imposed by the IAAF at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Just call her Coach Biles
Sure, they don't actually have a varsity team at her hometown university, but that won't stop Simone Biles' dreams.
Donovan, women's basketball legend, dies at 56
Anne Donovan, who won an Olympic gold medal as a player in 1984 and 1988 and also guided the WNBA's Seattle Storm to a title as a coach in 2004, died of heart failure Wednesday. She was 56.
GB's Rutherford to retire from athletics
Olympic gold medalist and former world long jump champion Greg Rutherford is to retire from athletics later this year.
Bode Miller's 19-month-old daughter drowns
The 19-month-old daughter of decorated Olympian Bode Miller and his wife died Sunday when she drowned in a swimming pool.
Mthembu defends Comrades Marathon title
South Africa's Bongmusa Mthembu on Sunday recorded his third Comrades Marathon victory, as he finished the down run from Pietermaritzburg to Durban in a time of 5:26:44.
Tejaswin Shankar closes season with NCAA win
High jumper Tejaswin Shankar, who will be missing the Asian Games, won gold at the NCAA Championships in Oregan on Saturday.
OTL: Inside the battle against Russian influence at FIFA
Russia's World Cup caps a decade of unrelenting efforts to speed that nation's return to sporting superiority, employing some of the same tactics Vladimir Putin has used in politics.
Clean sweep for Africans at Oslo Diamond League meeting
Caster Semenya was among Africa's leading stars to enhance their IAAF Diamond League status by winning their events at the Oslo Bislett Games.
SA's Semenya headlines IAAF Oslo event
African athletes, including Caster Semenya, will only feature in four IAAF Diamond League events at the Oslo Bislett Games, but they will be the headline events of the evening.
Grenfell Tower community finds solace in sport
The fire that ripped through a 24-storey apartment block in West London in 2017 provoked shock and anger across the world. For the local community affected, there was solace in sport. Twelve months on, it remains a pathway to recovery.
Police pursuit, shooting halts SD marathon
San Diego's Rock 'n' Roll marathon was delayed 10 minutes and rerouted after a police officer accidentally shot himself in the leg while pursuing a hit-and-run suspect who was eventually arrested on the roof of a parking structure near the finish line.
Colorado to seek Winter Games -- if voters desire
Colorado plans to pursue hosting the Winter Olympics only if voters approve a referendum that will go on the ballot in 2020 or later.
Ex-USA Gymnastics president to face Congress
Former USA Gymnastics head Steve Penny, who didn't agree to appear before a Senate subcommittee last week, is now scheduled to face questioning Tuesday.
Froome lashes out at Twitter trolls on facts
Team Sky's Chris Froome described himself as having an "absolutely clear conscience" after his historic Giro d'Italia win saw him become the first British man to win the race and add the triumph to last year's Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana victories.
Acadie-Bathurst tops Regina, wins Memorial Cup
Evan Fitzpatrick made 28 saves to lead the Acadie-Bathurst Titan to their first Memorial Cup title 3-0 over the host Regina Pats in the Canadian major junior championship.
New Zealand running great Quax dies at 70
Regarded as one of New Zealand's greatest runners, Dick Quax died Monday at the age of 70 after a long battle with cancer.
Froome adds Giro to Le Tour, Vuelta wins
Chris Froome became Great Britain's first Giro d'Italia champion on Sunday as he completed the set of Grand Tour victories with his third successive triumph after victories in last year's Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana.
Semenya wins 800 in world's best time for '18
South Africa's Caster Semenya set a meet record in the 800 meters at the Prefontaine Classic on Saturday while controversy swirls about a rule that could limit her from competing at the distance.
Froome all set for Giro d'Italia win
Chris Froome is set to win the Giro d'Italia after retaining the leader's jersey at the end of stage 20.