The 17-year-old senior at Duluth High School has been suspended for violating school rules on sexual harassment
The 19-year-old has shown flashes of brilliance for the Toffees this season
Bolt was invited to compete against the 59 bus in Buenos Aires in an effort to conquer the mechanical world
London 2012 was a breakthrough year for disability sport, with full houses for the Paralympics. Britain’s poster boy was the wheelchair racer David Weir, who delivered the goods with four gold medals.
Long-distance legend tells Richard Rae she will have no role in Glasgow
Jamaican sprinters Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce were crowned male and female World Athletes of the Year for 2013 by the sport's governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations, at a ceremony in Monaco last night.
Former Olympic sprinter Craig Pickering has turned his back on track athletics to go for British gold at the Sochi Winter Games next February. He explains all to Phil Medlicott
Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, the 100m and 200m world champion, has been shortlisted alongside the New Zealand shot-putter Valerie Adams and the 400m hurdler Zuzana Hejnova of Czech Republic for the female Athlete of the Year award.
Shelley Rudman has weighty expectations for the Winter Olympics in Sochi next year as she bids to improve on the shock skeleton silver medal she claimed at the Turin Games in 2006.
Apprentice sensation rides 9,260-1 sequence while veteran trainer Easterby bows out
Mo Farah could conceivably target a golden treble at the next Olympics, according to the great Ethiopian runner Haile Gebrselassie.
Jessica Ennis-Hill has targeted the indoor season early next year for her competitive return from the Achilles problem that forced her to miss last month's World Championships in Moscow.
Details emerge of substance that led to ban
Chris O'Hare will be coming home with nothing more tangible than a tankful of motivation, after giving it a crack in the men's 1500m final before tailing off badly on the last lap and trailing home 12th and last in 3 minutes 46.04 seconds. Still, the mere presence of the 22-year-old Borderer in a global final was further evidence of the quiet, steady revolution that has been taking place in Scottish athletics over the past two years.
Following on from Mo Farah's flying finish in the 5,000m final on Friday, the British medals kept coming in the home straight of the Luzhniki Stadium on the penultimate day of the track and field World Championships. First Christine Ohuruogu, winner of the individual 400m crown on Monday, anchored the women's 4 x 400m relay team to bronze. Then Tiffany Porter – the 100m hurdler from Michigan with the British parents and the UK passport – took bronze in her final.
The best efforts of Africa’s finest cannot deny the superstar of distance running his double double glory on the Moscow track