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The International Olympic Committee has launched an investigation into the case of Belarusian athlete Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who claims that her team's officials have tried to force her home.
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Former athletics chief Lamine Diack jailed over corruption charges
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Son of former World Athletics chief rejects French court authority
Papa Massata Diack and his father Lamine, the former head of what is now known as World Athletics, are charged with corruption, money laundering and breach of trust, and are alleged to have used their positions to enrich themselves.
Swedish pole vaulter sets world record — for second time in a week
Sweden’s Armand Duplantis broke the world pole vault record on Saturday — for the second time in eight days. The 20-year-old eclipsed his own mark by a centimetre when he vaulted 6.18 meters at the Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix in Scotland.
Russia appeals 'unfounded' ban from major sporting competitions
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Kenyan Kosgei beats Radcliffe's marathon world record by 71 seconds
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Meet the women making a mark at the 2019 Summer Universiade in Naples
As Naples hosted the 2019 Summer Universiade — the 60th anniversary of the international multi-sport event organized for university athletes — Euronews spoke to three women who have made their mark on the competition for different reasons.
PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi 'under investigation for corruption'
Nasser al-Khelaifi, is under investigation for alleged corruption in athletics, according to reports citing judicial sources.
IAAF president welcomes ruling against Olympic athlete Caster Semenya
The CAS upheld new IAAF rules which attempt to restrict testosterone levels in female runners such as South Africa's Semenya.
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Court rejects Caster Semenya's appeal against testosterone regulation
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Running on a prayer: Vatican launches track team
The Vatican has launched its official track team composed of priests, nuns and Swiss guards.
SaintéLyon 2018: on the trail of the oldest ultramarathon in France
A euronews reporter accepted the challenge to race 81km through the night, to complete the SaintéLyon, the oldest ultramarathon in France
End of the road for Caster Semenya?
The career of controversial South African athlete Caster Semenya could be at an end after tougher rules came into effect on Thursday.
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Review of the year 2017: Sport
From doping scandals and record breaking transfer fees to comebacks and retirements, 2017 has been packed with action in the world of sport