Two-time Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge will take on members of the public in a running challenge to mark 1,000 days until the start of Paris 2024.
Record-breaking long-distance runner Agnes Tirop was found stabbed to death at her home on Wednesday.
Julius Yego, Kenya's former athletics captain, and world champion Hellen Obiri lead tributes to Agnes Tirop, who was found dead on Wednesday.
Kenya's Agnes Tirop, a two-time World Athletics Championships medallist, has been found stabbed to death at her home.
Former Olympic champion Michael Johnson says "we were lulled to sleep in the 90s" when it came to tackling social injustices and racial inequalities.
The number of compulsory sports that Commonwealth Games hosts will have to stage in future is set to be cut from 16 to just two.
Laura Muir says her maiden Olympic medal success still feels "very odd" as she celebrates a landmark year by being named Scotland's top athlete.
Nigerian sprinter Blessing Okagbare is charged with three anti-doping offences by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU).
Olympic shot putter Raven Saunders talks to BBC Sport about making a stand at Tokyo 2020, TikTok, LGBTQ+ visibility and putting her mental health first.
Scottish Olympic medallists Laura Muir and Josh Kerr have their Commonwealth Games places confirmed, along with Eilish McColgan, Jemma Reekie, Jake Wightman and Andy Butchart.
Britain's 5,000m record holder Eilish McColgan admits she is "very hesitant" about training runs after dark.
Kenya bids to host the 2025 World Athletics Championships, saying it 'is the sport's spiritual home'.
Charlotte Purdue says she "definitely feels" she can put her Tokyo Olympics omission "behind me" after setting a personal best in the London Marathon.
Junior doctor Phil Sesemann turned 29 on Sunday and marked the occasion with a seventh-place finish in the London Marathon.