Wednesday May 15
Jonathan Edwards believes Glasgow Commonwealth Games can rival Olympics
Triple jump legend Jonathan Edwards insists Glasgow can put on a Commonwealth Games to rival London's Olympic extravaganza as plans to sell one million tickets were unveiled.
Wednesday May 15
Neil Black predicts excellent summer medal haul for British athletes
Christine Ohuruogu says an injury-free winter combined with warm-weather training have produced her best start to a season for years.
Tue May 14, 2013
Ohuruogu pleased with form
In stark contrast to previous years Ohuruogu has made a blistering start to the current outdoor campaign and recorded her second fastest time outside a major championship in a Diamond League race in Doha last week.
Mon May 13, 2013
Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games 'huge' for athletes
LEADING Olympians expect Britain's top athletes to make Glasgow 2014 a priority next year and Scotland's athletes to follow London's success and surf a wave of home advantage.
Mon May 06, 2013
Dai Greene & gold: Brit aims to rule the world after Olympic agony
Dai Greene finished fourth twice in London last summer after being hit by injury.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
The Irish World Newspaper
Life in the fast lane
Ricky Simms doesn't get back to his native Donegal as often as he'd like, just 20 times in the last 12 years to be precise, and is rarely to be found at his London home, such is the jet set lifestyle of one of athletics' top sports agents.
Farah Will Run For Britain At European Champs
He's a double-Olympic champion and now Mo Farah will be donning the British jersey to once again represent his country.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Athletics-IAAF sees bright prospects for Diamond League deal
The focus of the world's gaze during the 2012 Olympics, athletics is now searching for a new title sponsor for its elite series of meetings just two weeks before the season opens.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Farah confirmed for Gateshead
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah will headline Britain's challenge for victory at the European Athletics Team Championships in Gateshead on June 22-23. Farah, who lives and trains in Portland in the United States, has told UK Athletics head coach Peter Eriksson that he will be available for the team event.
Lord Coe defends LOCOG over ticket prices
LOCOG chairman Lord Coe insists he "would not have done anything differently" in the organisation of London 2012 following the criticism of ticket prices in a report by the London Assembly.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Olympic finals tickets 'too costly'
The cost of tickets for Olympic medal-winning sessions in athletics, track cycling and swimming have been criticised by the London Assembly.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
British Athletics needs to cash in on success like Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah and Co - Laura Williamson
Tickets for the first two days of the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games sold out in 75 minutes on Friday morning, with thousands of fans clogging up phone lines and refreshing internet browsers to get a sought-after seat inside the Olympic Stadium.
Farah admits learning 'biggest lesson'
Running the first half of a marathon is one thing but understanding how the body reacts to the latter stages is entirely another.
If Mo is the show then why shouldn't he drink from the Farah faucet? | Sean Ingle
An athlete's career is short and full of sacrifice, so branding Mo Farah a money grabber seems wide of the mark Mo Farah has drawn criticism for running only half of the London Marathon this year but he was greeted warmly by crowds.