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Liliya Shobukhova free to compete again after doping ban is ended early Road Liliya Shobukhova free to compete again after doping ban is ended early

WADA reduces Russian marathoner’s sanction by seven months after she provides “substantial assistance”

Seb Coe elected as IAAF president Track & Field Seb Coe elected as IAAF president

British middle-distance great beats Sergey Bubka to succeed Lamine Diack and step into the top role at the sport’s world governing body

The race to become IAAF president enters finishing straight Track & Field The race to become IAAF president enters finishing straight

Seb Coe v Sergey Bubka – their IAAF presidential campaign manifestos examined

IAAF responds after being accused of having “suppressed” doping report
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IAAF responds after being accused of having “suppressed” doping report

World governing body “blocked publication” of study that revealed that up to 34% of athletes competing at 2011 Worlds had violated anti-doping rules in previous 12 months, according to the Sunday Times

The London Marathon “very concerned” by allegations made in the Sunday Times Road The London Marathon “very concerned” by allegations made in the Sunday Times

Event organiser responds after newspaper reports that London race was won seven times in 12 years by athletes “who have recorded suspicious blood scores”

Athletics is fighting an almighty battle against the cynics Track & Field Athletics is fighting an almighty battle against the cynics

Are recent doping allegations against athletics a “declaration of war” on the sport?

Liliya Shobukhova to be stripped of World Marathon Majors titles Road Liliya Shobukhova to be stripped of World Marathon Majors titles

IAAF officially confirms that the Russian marathoner’s results as of October 9, 2009 have been disqualified, which includes her London and Chigago Marathon wins

IAAF “strongly rejects” anti-doping allegations published by the Sunday Times and ARD Track & Field IAAF “strongly rejects” anti-doping allegations published by the Sunday Times and ARD

The world governing body has released a response and describes the published allegations as “sensationalist and confusing”

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

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

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