But Lysenko appeared to be getting nervous. In early September, he emailed Karamyan, the board member tasked with overseeing the deception and asked for the…View More Russia Track Officials Suspended for Aiding a Doping Lie
The report was based on interviews last year with 13 female athletes from African and Asian countries, as well as input from lawyers, doctors, academics…View More Rights Group Demands End to Sex Testing of Female Track Athletes
Every great athlete makes mistakes and has weaknesses, even the world’s fastest man. For Christian Coleman, a favorite to win the gold medal in the…View More Why Did the World’s Fastest Man Miss Drug Tests — and a Shot at the Olympics?
Eight years ago Blake Leeper ran in the Paralympics against Oscar Pistorius, the original Blade Runner, thinking that one day he would do everything Pistorius…View More Another Double Amputee’s Fight for the Olympics Is Dealt a Major Setback
Caster Semenya of South Africa, the two-time Olympic track champion with a rare genetic condition that significantly elevated her testosterone levels, on Tuesday lost what…View More Track’s Caster Semenya Loses Appeal to Defend 800-Meter Title
A restrictive Idaho law — temporarily blocked by a federal judge Monday night — has amplified a charged debate about who should be allowed to…View More Who Should Compete in Women’s Sports? There Are ‘Two Almost Irreconcilable Positions’
At the last summer Olympics, Allyson Felix and Shaunae Miller-Uibo dueled down the final stretch of the 400 meters. In a photo finish, Miller sprawled…View More Six Feet? Try Seven Separate Tracks