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AIU hands two-year suspension to first-time dope offender Sanjivani Yadav

In the order issued on Thursday, the AIU said the athlete admitted to her first violation resulting in disqualification all past results since June 29, 2018.

IAAF denies promising Russia reinstatement for World Championships

The IAAF has denied promising that Russia will be reinstated in time for the track and field world championships, after Russian state TV quoted the country's top track official as saying he'd received guarantees.

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BeIN media group CEO charged in corruption probe in France

In November 2016, French newspaper obtained documents showing that a former IAAF official received two payments totalling about $3.5 million from Qatari investors before the vote for the 2017 track world championships.

CAS ruling on testosterone levels for women: Nationals untouched by new rules

IAAF regulations don't bar DSD athletes from competing ‘domestically’ and winning medals. The CAS, in its executive summary, accepted that ‘testosterone’ is the primary driver of difference in sports performance between men and women and that the cap is essential for ‘fair competition’ among women.

Sad for Caster Semenya, IAAF's wrong policy on hyperandrogenism caused her loss, says Dutee Chand

Dutee Chand, who fought and won a long legal battle over her own hyperandrogenism or elevated levels of male sex hormones, said the South African star athlete is suffering due to IAAF's stance.

Caster Semenya to run in Doha as storm rages over new IAAF rules

Under the rules to take effect on May 8, female athletes with high natural levels of testosterone must medically limit that level to under 5 nmol/L, which is double the normal female range of below 2 nmol/L.

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Caster Semenya's CAS verdict: ‘Based on my experience of working in India, this will lead to witch-hunt’

Dr Payoshni Mitra, one of the 10 experts on Caster Semenya’s team, believes implementation of the regulations will result in violation of the rights of female athletes.

Caster Semenya vs IAAF: Therapy life-long, has side-effects, says expert

Dr Ambrish Mittal, chairman Endocrinology at Medanta The Medicity, told The Indian Express what it will take, why there could be side-effects and how it will affect athletic ability.

IAAF ethics board closes investigation into Sebastian Coe

The world athletics governing body (IAAF) has closed an ethics investigation into its president Sebastian Coe after finding there was no basis on which "any disciplinary case could be established" that he had "intentionally misled" a British Parliamentary Committee in 2015.

IAAF maintains ban on Russian athletics over doping scandal

World athletics governing body IAAF has decided not to lift a ban on Russia's athletics federation over doping.

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IOC calls for IAAF action over doping claims in Russian athletics

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has called for disciplinary procedures to be initiated against athletes found to have violated doping laws.

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