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Katarina Johnson-Thompson jumping during the 2012 Games

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UK Athletics rocked by announcement Peter Eriksson is to stand down as head coach

The Swede replaced Charles van Commenee last October

Frankie Fredericks has urged Kenya to get tough on doping

Kenya told to crack down on doping

The Kenyan government has been urged by the World Anti-doping Agency's athlete committee to set up an independent inquiry into the doping allegations that have surrounded the country's runners in recent months.

David Rudisha avenged defeat by Mohammad Aman in 2012

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Centre Stage: Mark Cavendish celebrates as he crosses the line ahead of his sprint rivals in Naples

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British rider sprints clear to win the first stage in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius

John Fahey, Wada president, on possible doping in Kenya: 'For some time we have been very concerned about accusations there'

Drug cheats are pushing the boundaries in athletics

New season starts amid flurry of failed tests – notably in Russia, who will host World Championships

Doper, Pishchalnikova, is banned and loses London 2012 medal

The Olympic discus silver medallist Darya Pishchalnikova has been banned for 10 years for doping and will be stripped of her medal from London.

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