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.”

Greg Rutherford added to British squad for World Championships in Moscow

The Olympic long jump champion must still prove his fitness

Richard Browne ran 10.75sec in the T43/44 100m at the Anniversary Games in London

In 2016 will the blade runners be racing Usain Bolt?

After fastest Para 100m ever on Sunday, some think so – but their slow start is a major obstacle

Usain Bolt and Mo Farah pictured at London 2012

Usain Bolt accepts challenge from Mo Farah to race over 600 metres

The two stars of the track look set to battle it out for charity

Brazil’s Alan Oliveira, left, surges ahead of Great Britain’s Jonnie Peacock, right, to set a new world record in winning the men’s 100m T43/44 event in front of a packed house

Anniversary Games: Alan Oliveira’s new 100m record puts Rio 2016 in spotlight

That the last world record on this track went to a Paralympic athlete seemed a fitting finale to the closing act of the first part of the Olympic Stadium’s life. It has played host to the transformation of a movement and on Sunday it hosted a full-house of 65,000 to celebrate what Paralympic sport has become to this country in the space of a year. Outside the Paralympic Games it is the largest ever audience for such an event.

The Olympic Stadium in Stratford will undergo drastic changes

Olympic Stadium's emotional goodbye raises expectations for successful reunion

When Diamond League returns in 2015 it will be a revamped venue, but athletics chiefs are confident of more full houses

Leap of faith: Jessica Ennis-Hill continues her comeback from injury at the Anniversary Games in London

Battling Jessica Ennis-Hill is playing a waiting game

No repeat of Super Saturday for heptathlete, who must decide whether to go to Moscow

Bennett at the Los Angeles Olympics; his attitude and determination made up for his small stature

Todd Bennett obituary: Silver medallist at the 1984 Olympics

‘He was a hard man,’ recalled Roger Black. ‘He used to love all the barging and shoving’

Jessica Ennis-Hill ready to hurdle into the unknown

Gold medallist’s return to scene of her greatest triumph is hampered by nagging Achilles injury

Usain Bolt (left) and James Dasaolu visit the Shard in London

Anniversary Games: British sprinter James Dasaolu claims - 'I belong in Usain Bolt's class'

Britain’s fastest rising man takes on Jamaican – and doesn’t feel out of his depth, he tells Matt Majendie

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt (L) and British sprinter James Dasaolu attend a press conference in central London

Is Usain Bolt running under a cloud amid doping suspicions?

Bolt and Dasaolu compete in Anniversary Games on Friday night. It should be a celebration of last year’s Olympics... but all the talk in athletics is of drugs

Jennifer Suhr and Kirani James begin parade of Olympic champions

The past, the present and the future will be bundled together tomorrow in the Olympic Stadium.

Usain Bolt in London

Usain Bolt insists he is 'clean' following failed drugs tests for Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay

The Jamaican sprinter is in London to take part in this weekend's Anniversary Games at the Olympic Stadium

Jessica Ennis-Hill

Anniversary Games: Jessica Ennis-Hill set to take part at Olympic Stadium

The Olympic heptathlon winner returned to action earlier this week

Jessica Ennis-Hill

Jessica Ennis-Hill makes impressive comeback - but says it is too early to take decision on World Championships

The heptathlete recorded a personal best in the javelin

Jonnie Peacock crosses the finish line to win the T44 100m

Good as gold: Jonnie Peacock flies to world title

Jonnie Peacock added a world title to his Paralympic gold last night when he beat his big rival Richard Browne Jnr in the T44 100m at the IPC world championships in Lyon.

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