IAAF

5.5.17

What Actually Happens When a Trans Athlete Transitions

Fears of trans women taking over women’s sports simply doesn’t match up with the reality of the effects that transitioning and hormone replacement therapy have on an athlete’s body.

8.8.16

The Mountain (Running) Men in the Grassroots Fight Against Doping

Mountain, ultra, and trail running is a niche but growing sport. Now some of its most prominent athletes want to stop the rise of doping before it takes root.

8.5.16

A New Contender for "Dirtiest Race in History" at London 2012

In a sport plagued by doping scandals, the women’s 1500-meter final at the London Olympics stands out – and not for the right reasons.

7.20.16

IOC Will Explore "Legal Options" For Russian Ban, Urges Federations to Avoid Holding Events in Russia

A pending case in the Court of Arbitration for Sport might be gumming up the works.

5.13.16

French Prosecutors Investigating Bribery Claims for Tokyo 2020 Olympics

It might be easier to start keeping track of what global sports operations *aren't* corrupt.

1.13.16

Report: IAAF Discussed Covering Up Russian Doping

It sounds like the IAAF knew much more about Russian doping, and for much longer, than it led on.

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11.27.15

Great Hair, But Seb Coe's Inability to Admit Error Does the IAAF a Disservice

It is hard sometimes to believe Seb Coe is out of his depth in the IAAF presidency because he has such excellent hair.

11.9.15

WADA Accuses Russia of Widespread Doping Cover-up, Recommends Suspensions

WADA has released it's report into Russian doping and has recommended suspending the RAF, and accuses the government in engaging in cover up.

7.28.15

Indian Sprinter Dutee Chand Wins "Gender Test" Appeal, Cleared to Run Again

Dutee Chand, an Indian sprinter suspended for excessive (though natural) levels of testosterone, won her appeal and can race again.

7.28.15

A New Ruling Allows Female Athletes with High Testosterone Levels to Compete

Indian sprinter Dutee Chand was cleared to compete, despite her hyperandrogenism.

2.26.15

A Sprinter's Fight to Prove She's a Woman

India's most prominent young sprinter is fighting for her career after being suspended due to high naturally occurring testosterone levels.