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Aries Merritt is putting the pain behind him Indoor Aries Merritt is putting the pain behind him

The world 110m hurdles record-holder hopes to continue racing his way back to top form in Birmingham this weekend

Mariya Savinova stripped of 2012 Olympic 800m title Track & Field Mariya Savinova stripped of 2012 Olympic 800m title

Caster Semenya set to get her second Olympic gold after Russian loses medal

Asli Cakir Alptekin can return to competition Track & Field Asli Cakir Alptekin can return to competition

IAAF confirms shamed Turkish 1500m runner was eligible to return to competition from January 10

Russia loses London 2012 women’s 4x400m silver after Antonina Krivoshapka tests positive RelaysTrack & Field Russia loses London 2012 women’s 4x400m silver after Antonina Krivoshapka tests positive

IOC announces that reanalysis of Krivoshapka’s London 2012 samples resulted in a positive test for banned substance turinabol

Win a piece of London 2012 track Track & Field Win a piece of London 2012 track

We have an exclusive piece of London 2012 history to give away to one lucky AW reader

Athletics Christmas gift guide Track & Field Athletics Christmas gift guide

If you’re not sure what to get the athletics fans or runners in your life this Christmas, then check out these gift ideas

Aksana Miankova to be stripped of Beijing 2008 hammer gold JumpsThrowsTrack & 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

Jack Braughton, one of Britain’s oldest athletics Olympians, dies aged 95 Long DistanceTrack & Field Jack Braughton, one of Britain’s oldest athletics Olympians, dies aged 95

In a 2011 feature David Thurlow looked back on the career of Jack Braughton, whose death at the age of 95 was announced recently

Christine Ohuruogu takes time to reflect RelaysSprintsTrack & Field Christine Ohuruogu takes time to reflect

After competing at her fourth Olympic Games, the Olympic and world 400m gold medallist looks back at her Rio experience and the pressure to perform

When defending your title isn’t an option Track & Field When defending your title isn’t an option

Stuart Weir highlights some of the athletes who have been unable to defend their Paralympic titles in Rio following changes to the competition programme since London 2012

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