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I Am Bolt review: Usain Bolt documentary reveals his life in the fast lane Track & Field I Am Bolt review: Usain Bolt documentary reveals his life in the fast lane

New documentary by Ben and Gabe Turner welcomes viewers to the world of the Jamaican sprint sensation

Preparations well underway for Euro Indoors – global update Indoor Preparations well underway for Euro Indoors – global update

A round-up of some of the latest news from the world of athletics, including details on European Indoor Championships preparations in Belgrade and results from the Manchester Road Race

British 4x400m women in line for Beijing Olympic bronze after doping disqualifications Track & Field British 4x400m women in line for Beijing Olympic bronze after doping disqualifications

Belarus’ disqualification, following that of Russia, would lift Britain’s 4x400m relay team into the bronze medal position

Aksana Miankova to be stripped of Beijing 2008 hammer gold Track & Field Aksana Miankova to be stripped of Beijing 2008 hammer gold

Belarusian hammer thrower tested positive for banned substances in reanalysis of both her Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympics samples

Leaked email details corruption claims involving IAAF and Russian federation over doping cases Track & Field Leaked email details corruption claims involving IAAF and Russian federation over doping cases

Reports in German and French media highlight further claims of corruption and blackmail

Mo Farah’s foundation donates £50,000 to SportsAid Road Mo Farah’s foundation donates £50,000 to SportsAid

Four-time Olympic gold medallist presents Alex Yee with SportsAid’s One-to-Watch Award before announcing donation to support next generation of British runners

Chris Thompson’s new lease of life as his body withstands road season Road Chris Thompson’s new lease of life as his body withstands road season

The 2010 European 10,000m medallist has a new-found level of enthusiasm after a strong autumn on the roads

Tommy Langford: Packing a punch on the track and in the ring Track & Field Tommy Langford: Packing a punch on the track and in the ring

Boxer Tommy Langford on how his experience pounding the track has helped him punch his way to the top

Hugh Robertson succeeds Seb Coe as British Olympic Association chairman Track & Field Hugh Robertson succeeds Seb Coe as British Olympic Association chairman

Coe, who became president of the International Association of Athletics Federations last year, held the BOA post for four years

Guernsey Olympian Dale Garland frustrated by “demotivating” 2018 Commonwealth Games standards Track & Field Guernsey Olympian Dale Garland frustrated by “demotivating” 2018 Commonwealth Games standards

Garland believes that the Guernsey Commonwealth Games Association’s proposed standards are inconsistent and unfair for some athletes

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