The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) will publish the second part of what is expected to be an explosive report into doping and corruption at the IAAF. The first part of the report led to the suspension of Russian athletes from competition.
The president of Germany’s athletics federation has expressed frustration over a delay in the release of a survey on doping. The report indicated that the problem in athletics could be worse than previously thought.
Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt is set to run his final individual race on Saturday at the IAAF World Championships in London. Among those he will be competing against is Germany's Julian Reus.
The European Athletics Council has endorsed a plan to rewrite the sport's world and European record books, leaving several big names upset. A number of world record holders have spoken out in opposition to the proposal.
IAAF, the governing body of track and field, has said it was hacked by Fancy Bears, a group which has been linked to Russia. In 2015, IAAF banned Russia's athletics federation from international competitions over doping.
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