Stewart hails rivalry with countrywoman Fraser

Two-hundredths of a second is all that separated compatriots Shelly-Ann Fraser and Kerron Stewart in the 100 metres finals at the IAAF World Champion-ships in Berlin this summer, as the pair dismissed the rest of the field en route to a Jamaica one-two in the highly anticipated event and in the process, fueling speculation of

Diack: South African co-operation needed over Semenya

Copenhagen – The ruling athletics body IAAF is still examining the results of Caster Semenya’s gender test and has called for co-operation from the 800 metres world champion’s home country of South Africa. ‘The case is still pending,’ IAAF president Lamine Diack told German Press Agency dpa on Sunday at the International Olympic Committee congress

Coach Glen Mills says Bolt will be sharp again next season

By Gary Smith, World-Track KINGSTON, Jamaica — There are no major championships scheduled for next year, but Usain Bolt’s coach Glen Mills says the Jamaican will still be "as sharp as ever." Bolt, the world and Olympic triple gold medallist and world record holder over the 100m and 200m will be one of the star