Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has continued to improve steadily since her return to the track this season after a layoff for the birth of her son. 

Grenada’s Kirani James is still not back to full fitness and had to settle for a third place finish in his Diamond League outing at the Muller Anniversary Games in London on Saturday. 

Ethiopian runner Fantu Worku cost herself a potential win in the 3000 metres when she inexplicably finished half a lap early at the Diamond League meeting in London. 

Jamaica’s Hansle Parchment clocked a season’s best but finished just outside of the podium spots in the men’s 110m hurdles at IAAF Diamond League in Monaco on Friday.

Coach Mark Elliott said he is more than pleased with Natoya Goule’s impressive run that yielded a new personal best and national record at the Diamond League meeting in Monaco on Friday.

 Shaunae Miller-Uibo continued her impressive showing this season doing something that no woman has done in eight years.

Former San Antonio star Kawhi Leonard is not happy with his trade to the Toronto Raptors. In protest, Leonard has said he would rather sit out the year than play in Toronto. Alex and Lance question that decision?

The 2018 ESPY Awards left few dry eyes in the audience and in the households of viewers once it was finished. 

2018 World U20 100m hurdles silver medalist Brittany Anderson said she experienced a range of conflicting emotions after she crossed the finish line inside the Ratina Stadium in Tampere, Finland on Sunday.

Outspoken Trinidad and Tobago coach Ato Boldon claimed he hopes to shame the National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad Tobago (NAAATT) into action after what he believes has been several costly blunders.

Seven-time world champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Asafa Powell had to settle for minor placings in their respective 100m races at the Gala Dei Castelli meeting in Switzerland on Wednesday.

Nathon Allen said he is fully focused on winning his first 400m race as a professional at the Diamond League meeting in London on Friday.

Trinidadian coach Ato Boldon admits he was taken aback and somewhat surprised by sharp criticism that erupted from some T&T nationals regarding his coaching of Jamaica sprint double champion Briana Williams.

The coaching of Jamaican rising star Briana Williams by Trinidadian Ato Boldon has sparked a furious debate on social media.  Some have accused the former Olympian of coaching against his country T&T.

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