Athletics

Police launch manhunt for athlete's boyfriend after she's found stabbed to death

Kenyan Police have launched a manhunt for the boyfriend of distance runner Damaris Muthee Mutua after she was discovered stabbed to death in the town of Iten. Police said Mutua, 28, was found in "a state of decomposition" at the home of her boyfriend, an Ethiopian athlete. Iten's chief of police, Tom Makori told AFP: "According to Mutua's immediate neighbour, her boyfriend was seen in the house on Sunday morning.

Team GB ordered to return Olympic medals after positive CJ Ujah test

Team GB 's 4x100m relay men's runners have been ordered to give back their medals from the Tokyo Olympics in the wake of the doping violation from CJ Ujah. He ran the first leg of the final and helped the quartet to win silver as they narrowly missed out on the win to the Italian team. But he was provisionally suspended in the following days after a test showed the

Andarine (S4) – One of the most famous bodybuilding SARMs

Andarine (S4) is what they call a Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator, also known as SARM. It was specifically designed to help treat a variety of ailments, especially muscle wasting conditions. S4 SARM is considered one of the most potent compounds as it is known to act very fast. You will experience drastic results in no time. Because it is extremely strong, it is widely used by many athletes, including bodybuilders

Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare handed 10-year doping ban for 'multiple breaches'

Nigerian track-and-field athlete Blessing Okagbare has been hit with a 10-year ban for "multiple breaches of anti-doping rules". The 33-year-old competes in long jump and sprinting and was initially suspended during the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for a human growth hormone following an out-of-competition test on July 19 last year. In addition, Okagbare tested positive for blood booster EPO, another banned drug, in Nigeria in June last year, and

London Marathon 2021: Start time, route, odds and everything you need to know

The London marathon is back and it takes place on Sunday with athletes and the public ready to take on the 26-mile beast. Among the athletes is Brigid Kosgei who says she is well prepared for the race in which she is arguably favourite to win. She said: “First of all I want to say thanks because I have been invited to London again and I like London. Before I

British duo Dina Asher-Smith and Daryll Neita both shine in 100m final in Zurich

British duo Dina Asher-Smith and Daryll Neita posted season and personal bests respectively as Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah stormed to 100m Diamond League glory in Zurich. Asher-Smith continued her comeback from the hamstring injury which ruined her Tokyo 2020 aspirations by finishing second in a time of 10.87 seconds. Compatriot Neita was fourth in 10.93secs, crossing the line just behind Swiss sprinter Ajla Del Ponte. Jamaican Thompson-Herah, who won 100m,

Zharnel Hughes breaks silence on CJ Ujah doping scandal as GB face losing medal

Team GB’s Zharnel Hughes has spoken out for the time since teammate CJ Ujah’s doping scandal. The pair were part of Britain’s relay team who won a silver medal at the 2020 Olympics in the 4x100m. However, due to Ujah testing positive for two banned substances, the team are in danger of losing their medal. Hughes, 26, who ran the second leg of the race, took to Twitter yesterday evening,

Saying thank you for one of the best moments of the Games ... with a cabbage

A cabbage came in the mail. Ash Moloney opened the bag delivered to his door in hotel quarantine, and found a cabbage. By now, he was not surprised. He had already received dog food, lubricant, colouring books and paints, as well as regular Uber Eats deliveries from people wanting to buy him lunch, dinner or coffee. He also got a big box of Lego. Australian decathletes Ashley Moloney and Cedric

After two days, and nine-and-three-quarters events, only one man could get Ash Moloney over the line

Cedric Dubler couldn’t win a medal, but he made sure Ash Moloney did. Moloney was exhausted. He had nothing left after two days and nine-and-three-quarter events. The 21-year-old’s legs were going, but he didn’t know how. Dubler and Moloney celebrate together after the 1500.Credit:Getty Images All that was left in the decathlon was the 1500m. Moloney could not let Garrett Scantling, the American who was in fourth place, finish the

Tokyo 2020 LIVE: Tom Daley, Laura Kenny and Dina Asher-Smith all go for medals

It’s already Day 14 of Tokyo 2020 and there are more chances for Team GB to get on the podium. GB currently sit sixth in the medal table, having won 16 golds, 18 silver and 17 bronzes so far. There are 23 medal events taking place on Friday, with plenty of action taking place on the athletics track. Recommended: CP3s return means the Suns are built to win right now