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UK Athletics releases update on Oregon Project review Track & Field UK Athletics releases update on Oregon Project review

National governing body says group undertaking the review has received no information which “contained any evidence of impropriety on the part of Mo Farah”

Fraser-Pryce hints at possible sprint double world titles defence Track & Field Fraser-Pryce hints at possible sprint double world titles defence

Two-time Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce says she could contest both the 100m and 200m at the World Championships

Great Britain team announced for the Beijing World Championships Track & Field Great Britain team announced for the Beijing World Championships

British Athletics names a 62-strong team for the IAAF World Championships in Beijing

IAAF’s hyperandrogenism regulations suspended Track & Field IAAF’s hyperandrogenism regulations suspended

Indian sprinter Dutee Chand cleared to compete after Court of Arbitration for Sport ruling

Markus Rehm denied second national title Track & Field Markus Rehm denied second national title

Paralympic gold medallist is not the national long jump champion despite recording the best mark at the German Championships for the second consecutive year

Jessica Ennis-Hill remains unsure over Worlds participation Track & Field Jessica Ennis-Hill remains unsure over Worlds participation

The Olympic heptathlon champion produced her best 100m hurdles, long jump and 200m performances since London 2012 at the Anniversary Games

Dina Asher-Smith and Shara Proctor break British records in London Track & Field Dina Asher-Smith and Shara Proctor break British records in London

Asher-Smith breaks 11 seconds and her own British 100m record while Proctor soars out to 6.98m to improve her own long jump mark at the Anniversary Games

Seb Coe promises extra budget for athletics development if elected IAAF president Track & Field Seb Coe promises extra budget for athletics development if elected IAAF president

An “Olympic Athletics Dividend” of $22 million would be shared between the IAAF’s 214 member federations and aimed at projects such as facility maintenance, competition staging and athlete preparation

Ayo Falola’s family to hold cancer charity event Track & Field Ayo Falola’s family to hold cancer charity event

Respected coach and former sprinter has been given a terminal diagnosis following his battle with cancer

Defeat in Paris gives Valerie Adams more “drive and determination” Track & Field Defeat in Paris gives Valerie Adams more “drive and determination”

The multiple Olympic and world gold medallist’s winning streak came to an end earlier this month but she’s back in action again at the Anniversary Games

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