The latest track and field news.
The Turkish Athletics Federation cleared Olympic champion Asli Cakir Alptekin of doping violations on Thursday.
South African sprinter Oscar Pistorius and former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who both were charged with murder, finished first and second, respectively, as the most-searched athletes in the world on Google.
Oregon will host the NCAA outdoor track and field championships at Hayward Field through 2021.
When deciding the future of college sports this January, the organization should look to an upstart running program in Colorado for inspiration.
A gold medal awarded to Jesse Owens in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin sold for $1,466,574 early Sunday morning, the highest price ever paid for a piece of Olympic memorabilia.
Italian long-distance runner Devis Licciardi has been banned for three years for cheating a drug test.
Usain Bolt says his goal for 2014 is to break his own 200-meter world record of 19.19 seconds.
The Boston Marathon is sending out a special invitation for next year's race for those "personally and profoundly impacted" by the bombings at the finish line.
Jamaican sprinters Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce were chosen world athletes of the year on Saturday.
Portland, Ore., will host the 2016 World Indoor Championships.
Two-time Olympic medalist John Godina and 1996 triple jump champion Kenny Harrison are part of the National Track & Field Hall of Fame's Class of 2013.
One of the four Olympic gold medals won by track and field star Jesse Owens at the 1936 Berlin Games is set to go on the auction block.
One of the most famous Olympic medals is hitting the auction block.
An 86-year-old California woman has died after hitting her head on the pavement during the New York City Marathon.
In a double victory for Kenya, Geoffrey Mutai has successfully defended his New York City Marathon title and Priscah Jeptoo rallied to win the women's race.