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BBC coverage showed Ivan Fernandez, Antonio David Jimenez and Antonio Abadia (in red and yellow vests) were not in Spain's pen

Should Spain have been disqualified at the Euro Cross?

Dec 11, 2013 - Paul Halford

The Belgrade ‘pengate’ saga drew much discussion on Twitter, but isn’t fair play more important than the rules? And are the rules even clear enough?

Emelia Gorecka, Fionnuala Britton, Amela Terzic, Goran Nava in Belgrade by Mark Shearman

Belgrade beckons

Dec 7, 2013 - Jason Henderson

AW’s editor sets the scene for the 20th European Cross Country Championships and hopes for big crowds in the Serbian city

ESAA XC Champs (Gary Mitchell)

Why Coe’s cross talks are crucial

Dec 6, 2013 - Jason Henderson

Seb Coe chairs cross country crisis meeting in Belgrade on Monday. His challenge? To make racing on mud fashionable again

Donna Fraser and Christine Ohuruogu (Mark Shearman)

Female athletes on the ball

Dec 1, 2013 - Athletics Weekly

With a background in the sport, Christine Ohuruogu could lead a netball dream team of track and field stars, but who would make the squad?

Johanna Jackson on her way to 20km walk gold © Mark Shearman

Race walking snub

Nov 28, 2013 - Athletics Weekly

No race walking at next year’s Commonwealth Games is a disgrace, says five-time Olympian Chris Maddocks

John Anderson, Dave Moorcroft, Linda Moorcroft 1982 (Mark Shearman)

Do you need a coach?

Nov 19, 2013 - David Lowes

Top coach and former international athlete David Lowes adds his thoughts to the recent debate

Mo Farah road running (Mark Shearman)

Why Farah is right to pick London over Glasgow

Nov 18, 2013 - Jason Henderson

British distance runner has been criticised for not prioritising the Commonwealth Games

Mo Farah Barcelona 2010 (Mark Shearman)

Ten lessons from Farah’s book

Nov 13, 2013 - Jason Henderson

What did we learn about Mo Farah from his autobiography? Quite a lot, actually