- Many questions still open after Olympic doping summit Updated: Jun-22-16 5:37 pm
LAUSANNE, Switzerland - An Olympic summit that many hoped would bring clarity on the ban on Russia's track and field athletes and other pressing doping issues raised more questions than answers.
- Some Russian Olympians could compete under their own flag Updated: Jun-21-16 3:11 pm
LAUSANNE, Switzerland - Some Russian track and field athletes could be competing under their own flag at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics after all.
- 2 Russian athletes launch appeals of Rio ban Updated: Jun-19-16 4:21 pm
MOSCOW - Two Russian athletes said Sunday they have appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport to overturn the IAAF's ban on the Russian team competing in Olympic track and field.
- Stepanov on Russian ban: '80 percent sad, 20 percent hope' Updated: Jun-17-16 9:47 pm
There was no celebration at Vitaly and Yulia Stepanov's house when the news came down. "I'd say 80 percent sad, 20 percent hope," Vitaly Stepanov told The Associated Press.
- IAAF official: Isinbayeva condoning corrupt system in Russia Updated: Jun-17-16 5:05 pm
Russia's most famous track and field star calls competing in the Olympics a matter of human rights.
- Russian track and field athletes banned from Rio Games Updated: Jun-17-16 4:42 pm
VIENNA - Russia's track and field athletes will be banned from competing for their country at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics after a landmark decision Friday that punished the sports powerhouse for a systematic doping system that operated "from the top down" and tainted the entire team.
- The Latest: Putin hopes for 'solution' for Russian athletes Updated: Jun-17-16 4:31 pm
VIENNA - The Latest on the IAAF's meeting on Russia (all times local):
- US pole vaulter Suhr doesn't want Russian foe banned Updated: Jun-16-16 5:45 pm
BOSTON - The IAAF could all-but guarantee American Jenn Suhr a gold medal if it bans the entire Russian track team from the Rio de Janeiro Games.
- Bach won't 'speculate' on chances of Russians going to Rio Updated: Jun-03-16 12:11 pm
LAUSANNE, Switzerland - IOC President Thomas Bach refused to be drawn on whether it could allow some Russian athletes in the Rio de Janeiro Games even if the country's track and field team remains banned over state-sponsored doping allegations.