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ATHLETICS: World Record for Sifan Hassan, but Gatlin and McLaughlin delivered the heaviest mail

Friday’s brilliant Herculis meet in Monaco had a rarity in today’s track & field: a world record, specifically 4:12.44 in the mile by Dutch...

ATHLETICS Preview: Noah Lyles ready to sing in Monaco … on and off the...

American sprinter Noah Lyles is one of the most electric athletes in all of track & field, now fourth all-time in the 200 m...

HEARD AT HALFTIME: Bubka and Popov fiercely refute Cabral’s testimony on Rio bribes; FIFA...

News, views and noise from the non-stop, worldwide circus of Olympic sport: ● Games of the XXXI Olympiad: Rio 2016 ● In the wake of...

ATHLETICS: Lausanne is Speed City: Lyles, 19:50! Fraser-Pryce, 10.74! Gatlin, 9.92!

There are special athletes whose performances are must-see moments. Jamaica’s iconic Usain Bolt was that way. American Noah Lyles – who will turn just...

ATHLETICS Preview: Lyles looks to regain 200 m supremacy, Roberts makes pro hurdles debut...

If it’s Sunday, it was Stanford; if it’s Friday, it must be Lausanne, as the eighth of 14 IAAF Diamond League meets gets ready...

LANE ONE: On one of track’s best weekends, the sport was humiliated by some...

Sunday was a great day for track & field fans, who got to watch two hours of brilliant competition at the Prefontaine Classic, including...

ATHLETICS: Coleman’s 9.81 win over Gatlin highlights six world leaders at Pre Classic

On a brilliant, sunny day at Stanford with a sell-out crowd of 8,128 on hand for the transplanted Prefontaine Classic, the top performance came...

ATHLETICS: Coleman, Norman, Benjamin, Crouser, Thompson all to be challenged at the Pre Classic...

After a week off, the IAAF Diamond League ramps up with four meets in four weeks, starting with the Nike Prefontaine Classic, held this...

ATHLETICS Panorama: More history for Bednarek: 19.82 and 44.73 on the same day!

The Kenny Bednarek story just keeps getting better. After running an astonishing – but very wind-aided – 19.49 in the prelims of the 200...

ATHLETICS Preview: Fourth World Relays debut in Yokohama with World Champs qualifying available

The IAAF got onto the relay bandwagon in 2014 when the first World Relays was held in Nassau (BAH) and became an instant hit....

ATHLETICS: Two world leaders in Grenada Invite, but Gatlin pulls up in 200 m

The third Grenada Invitational always finds drama and this year’s meet focused all of the attention on the final event, the men’s 200 m. Comebacking...

IAAF schedule for Doha’s 2019 Worlds admits track & field is boring

TSX HEADLINES – for May 11, 2018: The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) announced the schedule for its 2019 World Championships in Doha...

IAAF schedule for Doha’s 2019 Worlds admits track & field is boring

TSX HEADLINES – for May 11, 2018: The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) announced the schedule for its 2019 World Championships in Doha...

Now this is fun: Gatlin, Coleman and friends running after a relay record

Christian Coleman and Justin Gatlin lead the U.S. relay attempt at the Tennessee Relays this weekend (University of Tennessee photo) TSX HEADLINES – for Apr....

Now this is fun: Gatlin, Coleman and friends running after a relay record

TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 9, 2018: Keeping up with the Olympic Movement in 2018 means focusing on doping, finance, sexual abuse and a...

Isn’t it time for some Olympic talking heads?

TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 6, 2018: Do we really another sports talk show? Yes, if it’s about Olympic sports. So-called “ancillary” programming like ESPN’s “NFL...

Isn’t it time for some Olympic talking heads?

TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 6, 2018: Do we really another sports talk show? Yes, if it’s about Olympic sports. So-called “ancillary” programming like ESPN’s “NFL...

Endgame: Abused gymnasts asking for USOC & USA Gymnastics takeover

TSX HEADLINES – for Mar. 5, 2018: The legal entanglements concerning the Larry Nasser sexual abuse scandal will go on for years. But two...

Endgame: Abused gymnasts asking for USOC & USA Gymnastics takeover

TSX HEADLINES – for Mar. 5, 2018: The legal entanglements concerning the Larry Nasser sexual abuse scandal will go on for years. But two...

Russia’s plan to embarrass the IOC for PyeongChang

IN THIS ISSUE:  Sure, the Russian Olympic Committee was suspended by the International Olympic Committee, but whatever you think of Russia, they are resilient. And...

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