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Patience pays off for Robbie Grabarz Indoor Patience pays off for Robbie Grabarz

The London 2012 Olympic and world indoor high jump medallist has battled back from injury, driven by “unfinished business”

IAAF: No reinstatement for Russia yet Track & Field IAAF: No reinstatement for Russia yet

IAAF Taskforce says further progress has been made but the Russian athletics federation has not yet met the required reinstatement conditions to allow the country’s athletes to return to international competition

Ex-UKA performance director Dave Collins says Beijing 2008 criticism still sits uneasy Track & Field Ex-UKA performance director Dave Collins says Beijing 2008 criticism still sits uneasy

TeamGB stands to be awarded three more athletics medals from the 2008 Olympics, and Collins is pleased to see the athletes getting belated recognition

Laura Muir eyes world record at Müller Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham Indoor Laura Muir eyes world record at Müller Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham

The British 1500m record-holder targets a fast time over 1000m at the IAAF World Indoor Tour event

IAAF announces London 2017 World Championships entry standards Track & Field IAAF announces London 2017 World Championships entry standards

Entry standards and timetable for IAAF World U18 Championships in Nairobi also confirmed, while IAAF World Race Walking Team Championships is awarded to Taicang

Dina Asher-Smith: no extra pressure as London 2017 hometown hero Track & Field Dina Asher-Smith: no extra pressure as London 2017 hometown hero

The Olympic bronze medallist says seven or eight girls can fill Jessica Ennis-Hill’s shoes after the heptathlete retired

Hurdler Marcia Sey targets the top Track & Field Hurdler Marcia Sey targets the top

AW speaks to a young hurdler with big ambitions

Gemma Steel and Andrew Butchart head GB Euro Cross team Cross/Fell/Trail Gemma Steel and Andrew Butchart head GB Euro Cross team

A 36-strong British team has been announced for the European Cross Country Championships in Chia in Italy

Jessica Ennis-Hill set to gain third world gold after Russian Tatyana Chernova stripped of title Track & Field Jessica Ennis-Hill set to gain third world gold after Russian Tatyana Chernova stripped of title

Ennis-Hill originally won World Championships silver in 2011, but the Court of Arbitration for Sport has disqualified Chernova

IAAF launches online portal for reporting doping Track & Field IAAF launches online portal for reporting doping

IAAF president Seb Coe says the future of the sport relies on the entire athletics community “doing everything it can to oppose cheating”

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