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The World Anti-Doping Agency has given Kenya a final deadline of May 2 to bring its program in line with the global code or risk an international ban.
Small race directors struggle in detecting doping
For third place at the 2015 St. Louis half-marathon, Krista Arnold got US$300. It should have been US$1,000. She can blame that on the doped runner from Kenya who raced off ahead of the pack.
Three Taiwanese cyclists with Taiwan's national team took the top spot in the team classification in the fourth stage of the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's Cup Tour of Thailand.
The season may be drawing to a close at Central Asian Kazakhstan's Chimbulak winter sports resort, but skiiers and snowboarders are still carving their way down a broad piste framed by the snow-speckled spruces of the Tien-Shan mountains.
The 2016 Run Across Taiwan Ultra Marathon kicked off at 10 p.m. Friday, with 88 ultrarunners from nine countries taking part.
Refugees run for Rio Olympic dream team in Kenya training
High up in Kenya's rugged Ngong Hills, refugees sprint around an athletics track in intensive training they hope will see them selected for a unique team for the Rio Olympics.
Two Chinese swimmers who tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs have been given only warnings as a result, the national swimming body said as the World Anti-Doping Agency investigates an alleged cover-up.
Cyclist Daan Myngheer died on Monday after suffering a heart attack during a race, in a second tragedy for Belgian cycling after Antoine Demoitie was killed in an accident a day earlier.
Belgian cyclist Antoine Demoitie has died after he was struck by a motorbike following a fall during the Gent-Wevelgem race in Belgium on Sunday, police said.
India scraped a last-ball, one-run win over Bangladesh while England had a narrow escape against Afghanistan Wednesday as two of the favorites in cricket's World Twenty20 were nearly humiliated by rank outsiders.
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