World Athletics Championships 2019: Noah Lyles, Christian Coleman target Tokyo Olympics after US renaissance
Christian Coleman, the newly crowned 100m world champion, and Noah Lyles, the victor in the 200m, delivered performances in Doha that suggest they are capable of dominating for years to come.
USADA chief accuses Alberto Salazar of using Nike Oregon Project athletes as 'guinea pigs'; athletics coach denies doping claims
Top coach Alberto Salazar, banned for four years following a doping probe, used athletes as "laboratory animals", the US Anti-Doping Agency's chief Travis Tygart said.
World Athletics Championships 2019: After corruption allegations over hosting bids, empty seats cast new shadow on Doha event
Qatar's conduct in bidding for the world athletics championships, first unsuccessfully for the 2017 edition, remains under criminal investigation in France
A day after dozens of exhausted runners failed to finish the women's marathon at Athletics World Championships, officials said the women's 20km would now get underway at 11.59pm instead.
World Athletics Championships 2019: Defending champion Caster Semenya sidelined by her fight against IAAF
Caster Semenya is missing the World Championships as she fights the International Association of Athletics Federations' latest version of a regulation that forces XY DSD women to lower their level of natural testosterone.
AFI president Adille Sumariwalla was on Wednesday re-elected as the member of the IAAF Council for a second four-year term during the 52nd Congress of the sport's world governing body at Doha.
Australia's 100 metres hurdles world champion Sally Pearson announces retirement, says injuries hampering preparation for Tokyo Olympics
Former Olympic gold medallist Sally Pearson announced her retirement, talking about her injuries not allowing her to attain full fitness
Caster Semenya, Wayde van Niekerk included in South Africa's preliminary team for 2019 World Athletics Championships
Double Olympic 800 metres champion Caster Semenya has been included in South Africa’s preliminary team for this year’s world championships in Doha, though it is dependent on the outcome of her appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal.
Despite the country being at the centre of a diplomatic crisis which has seen Qatar cut off politically — and economically — from neighbouring Gulf countries, organisers were unworried, said the source.
Qatar's bid for the 2022 World Cup was based on a powerful vision that football could unite West Asia. However, that optimism is rapidly disintegrating after Arab neighbours severed ties with Qatar on Monday
Khalifa International Stadium was first built in 1976 and has just gone through its second refurbishment.It will house 40,000 fans during the World Cup, hosting matches played up to the quarter-final stage.