Sport Sir Craig Reedie is more laid-back in his approach than his predecessor at Wada

The new president of the World Anti-Doping Agency had a simple-sounding new year resolution: “I just want to make sport cleaner.” Sir Craig Reedie knows he will never eradicate doping. Just a month into his new role, he says: “People still cheat and that is regrettable.”

Bolt: 'This was all about going through as easily as possible'

James Lawton: World holds its breath for another act from the Usain Bolt show at London 2012

Jamaican cruises into 200m final and looks set for new record time tonight

Bolt will go for his second gold medal of these games in tonight's 200m

Usain Bolt and beyond: Six of the best from a great day ahead

1. Bolt's stroll sets up a date with destiny

Usain Bolt on his way to victory in last night’s 200m semi-final

Felix gatecrashes Jamaica celebrations with gold that recalls memories of Flo-Jo

American sprinter takes women's 200m gold to thwart Fraser-Pryce double

Sir Chris Hoy has criticised the limit of one place per country in the men’s sprint

Hoy hits out at limit on events for riders

Sir Chris Hoy hit out at cycling's world governing body yesterday after he was denied the chance to compete for three gold medals at the London Olympics.

August 8, 2012: Allyson Felix of the United States crosses the finish line ahead of Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce of Jamaica and Sanya Richards-Ross of the United States to win the Women's 200m

Allyson Felix overtakes rival to claim gold in women's200m

Allyson Felix of the U.S. finally got her Olympic gold in the 200 metres, overtaking two-time 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce of Jamaica down the stretch to win in 21.88 seconds.

August 8, 2012: Usain Bolt of Jamaica puts his arm on the shoulder of Christophe Lemaitre of France after his Men's 200m Semifinals

Jamaica's Usain Bolt takes it slow to secure place in 200m final

Jamaica's Usain Bolt edged closer to the "legendary" status he covets by easing into the men's 200 metres final to secure a shot at an unprecedented Olympic sprint double-double.

Usian Bolt cruised in his 200m heat – four qualifiers ran faster

Usain Bolt looks for 'one more step' to status of legend

Jamaican sprinter begins attempt to retain 200m title as well as 100m with a comfortable display in heat that has the stadium buzzing with 'Usainity'

Usain Bolt celebrates his 100 metres victory

Usain Bolt plans to disobey 'weird rules' and sneak skipping rope into Olympic Stadium

Usain Bolt, the world's fastest man, plans to smuggle the skipping rope he uses to train into the Olympic stadium after an official took it off him on his way in to Sunday's 100 metres final.

'Healing Hans' puts sprint king Bolt back in shape after dip in performance

They call him "Healing Hans", and as Usain Bolt prepared to move on to part two of his Olympic legend-making mission in London yesterday, he singled out Dr Hans Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfhart for getting him on track for a back-to-back sprint double at the Games.

Silver medallist Christine Ohuruogu

Team GB's Christine Ohuruogu pledges to keep going after losing out on 400 metres Olympic title

Team GB's Christine Ohuruogu has vowed to carry on after missing out on gold in the ­women’s 400m final despite her thoughts of retirement in the run up to the Games.

A bottle is thrown at the start of the men's 100m final

London 2012: Lord Coe says 'poetic justice' was served after judo champion whacked bottle thrower

Sebastian Coe has described a spectator who allegedly threw a bottle onto the track at the start of the 100m men's final as getting "poetic justice" when he was then smacked by a judo champion.

Usain Bolt celebrates his victory in the 100m final

Lightning Bolt gets Jamaican party started

Fastest man on the planet retains title in just 9.63sec – and that was after a poor start

Usain Bolt celebrates his victory in the 100m final

Lightning Usain Bolt strikes again at Olympics to make mockery of the doubters

After a poor start Jamaican sensation cruises to victory with his compatriot Blake in second and Gatlin coming home third

Usain Bolt – and his trademark celebration – after the 100m last night

James Lawton: Tomfoolery just a mask for Olympic champion Usain Bolt

Bolt was masterly in the nonchalant way he conquered his world

Usain Bolt takes another giant stride towards immortality with 100 metres victory

The doubters said his title was under threat. But Usain Bolt took just 9.63 econds to prove them wrong

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