Ennis-Hill added a silver medal at Rio 2016 to her London 2012 gold but has elected to retire rather than compete at the 2017 World Championships in London
The athlete was permitted to compete at the Olympic Games in Rio, despite testing positive for the drug
Zivkovic’s time was a mere 0.2 seconds slower than the 100m qualifying time run by a number of the athletes at this summer’s Rio Olympics games
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'[We] believe that the company and its executives will be vindicated when all of the evidence is reviewed,' says Mr Mallon's sports hospitality company
‘The best team in Africa, second best all over the world in athletics, and this is how they treat us’
'Millennials had been in a Facebook bubble or a Snapchat bubble'
The runner says he could be killed or imprisoned if he returns to Ethiopia
State-school educated athletes including Mo Farah, Laura Trott and Nicola Adams are helping break the tradition of private school dominance in elite sporting events
Feyisa Lilesa raised his arms to form an 'X' as he crossed the line taking silver, a symbol of defiance
Fast-paced trailer for Tokyo’s 2020 Olympic Games dazzles audience
'The plane door opened and not only was there a ramp, there was a member of staff to greet me. I had never seen that in Nigeria before'
Air fares have tumbled to 1980 levels as post-Games doldrums begin
BBC pundit has faced claims of sexism and suggestions he fell out with rower Sir Steve Redgrave on air
I’m being ridiculous, of course. But this is exactly how women are treated – particularly when it comes to the false accusation of rape
Sports commentators consistently refer to women as 'girls' or 'ladies' much more than they call men 'boys' or 'gentlemen'