Victor Conte says he suspects that Usain Bolt and the Jamaican Olympic track team used illegal PEDs, based on the dramatic improvement in race results and stories he’s heard from those close to the team. He goes on to explains how he believes the IOC’s lenient whereabouts policy allows Olympic athletes to get away with using illegal performance enhancing drugs, and shares the story of how C.J. Hunter’s positive drug test at the 2000 Sydney Olympics created a whirlwind of activity including top executives from Nike, NBC and the U.S. Olympic Committee...
Published in Athletics News
The sight of an athlete in tears on a podium is not a rare one in sport.
Published in Athletics News
The Football Association is facing questions over why it paid “hush money” to international footballer Eni Aluko after it emerged that a bullying complaint against the England manager, Mark Sampson, included an allegation that he made a remark with “racial and prejudicial connotations” to another player.
Published in Sports
‘The Meet’ will see British Athletics face the United States of America in an exciting new format. The London Stadium will host the iconic head to head between two of the world’s leading federations in track and field.
Published in Sports
Conor McGregor has predicted he will knock-out Floyd Mayweather inside two rounds in Las Vegas on August 26th, as he also responded to claims that he used a racial slur to attack his opponent during last month's controversial media tour.
Published in Fighting News
The tennis circuit may currently be decimated by the absences of a number of its stars, but the most successful player of them all Serena Williams is plotting her return.
Published in Sports
Sir Mo Farah wants to be known as “Mohamed” when he starts the next chapter of his career.
Published in Athletics News
As Usain Bolt performed his final lap of honour, illuminated by thousands of flashbulbs and with the scent of fireworks hanging in the air, he paused at the start mark of both the 200m and 100m and crouched down, eyes beginning to moisten.
Published in Breaking News
Usain Bolt's career on the track ended in disappointment on Saturday, as the athletics star pulled up with an injury during the 4x100-meters final at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London.
Published in Athletics News
It was drama all the way in a gripping women’s long jump final, with three different leaders in the opening three rounds and a shift in the medal positions in the last two rounds. When the dust settled, Brittney Reece was left standing as a four-time world long jump champion, matching a feat achieved on the men’s side by fellow US athlete Dwight Phillips and Cuba’s Ivan Pedroso.
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