(Reuters) - British former marathon runner Paula Radcliffe believes the verdict of a legal case involving Olympic champion Caster Semenya could open the door for transgender athletes to claim an unfair
Paula Radcliffe reveals 'aggressive' abuse suffered online since supporting IAAF's landmark legal battle with Caster Semenya
Paula Radcliffe has described facing "vicious" and "aggressive" abuse from internet trolls since she backed plans to restrict testosterone levels of intersex athletes in the wake of the Caster Semenya
Mo Farah’s bid for Olympic gold in the marathon at the Tokyo Olympics will mean an early start after it was announced that the race will get under way at 6am local time as the traditional feature on the
Every so often a decision has the capacity to alter a sport forever. Only rarely does one lone ruling have the potential to shape so many lives and pose questions which strike to the very heart of the
The IAAF has revealed it conducted - and has now closed - an investigation into its own president Lord Coe, over whether he misled MPs about when he first found out about corruption and doping allegations.