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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.”

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Jessica Ennis-Hill to make comeback with low-key return in Loughborough

Heptathlete will take part in Loughborough European Athletics Permit meeting tonight

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Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford’s hopes of being fit for next month’s World Championships suffered a setback when he was forced to pull out of next weekend’s Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games in London.

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He’s brilliant, almost to the extent where he’s thinking and worrying about stuff too much

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Athletes are fragile after an Olympic year says the former gold medallist

James Dasaolu became the second fastest Brit of all time last Saturday

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Coach urges public to have faith in sprinter as he names squad for World Championships

Tyson Gay has tested positive for a banned substance

Tyson Gay dropped by sponsor Adidas after failed drugs test

World of athletics continues to tremor as the fallout from failed tests continues

British Olympic champion Darren Campbell tips James Dasaolu to reach 9.8 seconds

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James Dasaolu may have been back at home with his feet up perusing tweets from the great and good of global sprinting but he remained the talking point for a second successive day at the Sainsbury’s British Championships.

Running the show: James Dasaolu (centre) takes advantage of perfect conditions to become the second-fastest Briton of all time in Birmingham yesterday

James Dasaolu breaks 10-second barrier at British Championships

Sprinter sets sights on Christie's British 100m record as he emerges as potential rival to Usain Bolt and Tyson Gay

I will be up against Lisa Dobriskey (right) again today

Hannah England: It should be a great title fight between Lisa, Laura and me

Keeping Track: We've all been British champion and we'd all hope to be going to Moscow

Mark Cavendish wins stage 13 of the Tour

Tour de France 2013: Mark Cavendish roars back in style but Chris Froome hit by ambush

British sprinter rounds off testing few days with victory as overall leader loses over a minute

Jessica Ennis-Hill

Jessica Ennis-Hill forced to delay comeback yet again

The heptathlete has pulled out of the Sainsbury's British Championships in Birmingham

London 2012 was a big disappointment for Phillips Idowu

'Invisible man' Phillips Idowu to disappear once more

Triple jumper will miss World Championships and is out for the 'foreseeable future'

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British sprinter can only finish third but is cleared by officials of forcing Dutch rival off the road

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