Olympic discus thrower Traves Smikle is the latest Jamaican athlete to confirm he is being investigated for doping.
Jamaican discus thrower Allison Randall has acknowledged that she is one of five Jamaican athletes who tested positive for a banned substance at the national championships last month.
Keshia Baker of the United States won the 400 meters, and Piotr Malachowski of Poland had the best throw of the year to win the discus at the FBK Games on Saturday.
The Russian track and field federation says Olympic discus silver medalist Darya Pishchalnikova has been banned for 10 years for doping and will be stripped of her medal.
Russia's anti-doping agency says discus thrower Darya Pishchalnikova has been provisionally suspended by the IAAF after a positive doping test that could cost her the silver medal from the London Olympics.
Russia's Darya Pishchalnikova could be stripped of her silver medal in the discus at the London Olympics and face a lifetime ban following a positive doping test.
Instead of one victory lap, Ashton Eaton got four.
Robert Harting needs another shirt, and that's a good thing for Germany.
Sandra Perkovic of Croatia won the women's discus throw Saturday at the London Olympics with a national record of 69.11 meters.
Discus thrower Zoltan Kovago of Hungary has been banned for two years for a doping offense, forcing him to miss the London Olympics.
Hungarian discus thrower Robert Fazekas has tested positive for a banned steroid in his B sample, but he denies doping, his lawyer said.
Two-time reigning discus world champion Robert Harting of Germany added the European Championships title on Saturday, beating Olympic gold medalist Gerd Kanter.
Olympic decathlon champion Bryan Clay says he won't pursue a spot on the Olympic team in London after faltering at the U.S. track trials.
Stephanie Brown Trafton won the discus at the U.S. track trials with a throw of 213 feet, 10 inches for a chance to defend her Olympic gold medal in London.
A 63-year-old Masters track and field athlete has been suspended from competition for two years for testing positive for a doctor-prescribed steroid without a therapeutic use exemption.
Kirani James of Grenada rallied past favorite LaShawn Merritt of the United States in a lunge at the line to win the men's 400 meters at the world championships on Tuesday.