West Ham United’s dispute with Kia Joorabchian ended last night when the parties reached an out-of-court settlement.
Michael Johnson is to take the unprecedented step of returning the last of his five Olympic gold medals.
The world governing body of athletics want to scrap the eight-year statute of limitations on drug violations, paving the way for Great Britain to receive a relay gold medal 11 years after they were cheated out of it by the United States.
A hair-sampling technique used to catch rapists and identify unfit parents in custody battles is to be used to track down drug cheats in sport.
Fifa has signed the new World Anti-Doping code after agreeing a revised set of rules with the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada).
Track and field’s credibility faces another high-profile challenge today when Olympic 100 metres champion Justin Gatlin begins the latest stage of his challenge against a four-year ban for failing a drugs test.
Two years ago UK Athletics gave their blessing for Harry Aikines-Aryeetey to travel to North Carolina in his school holidays to be coached by Trevor Graham, the man who had guided Marion Jones and Justin Gatlin to Olympic gold medals. He was 17 and already the world youth champion over 100 and 200 metres.
Britain were cheated out of the men’s 4x400 metres relay gold medal at the 1997 World championships, to evidence given yesterday by American athlete Antonio Pettigrew at the perjury trial of his former coach, Trevor Graham
Sport Resolutions UK explained today that it will not be publishing the details of an arbitration decision reached this week. The arbitration concerns a long running dispute between the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association and the players who represented it at the FIFA 2006 World Cup Finals in Germany.
An independent review of possible match fixing in professional tennis has recommended that 45 matches played in the last five years be investigated because betting patterns gave a strong indication that gamblers were profiting from inside information.