Tyson Gay's former coach suspended for eight years
Tyson Gay's former coach suspended for eight years

American sprinter Tyson Gay`s former coach has been suspended for eight years for doping violations, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency said on Wednesday.

Bolt blasts officials for reducing Gay`s doping ban

Sprint super star Usain Bolt has criticised anti-doping officials for reducing Tyson Gay`s doping ban after he tested positive for an anabolic steroid last year.

Usain Bolt chides doping officials over Tyson Gay ban

Usain Bolt believes anti-doping officials have sent a "bad message to the sport", after American sprinter Tyson Gay received only a one-year ban following a positive test for an anabolic steroid.

WADA will not appeal sprinter Gay`s one-year ban

The World Anti-Doping Agency will not appeal banned American sprinter Tyson Gay`s controversial one-year doping ban, it said.

Banned U.S. sprinter Gay to make return in Lausanne

Former world sprint champion Tyson Gay will return from a one-year doping suspension at next month`s Lausanne Diamond League meeting, organisers said on Monday.

Coe curious about banned Gay`s ``significant assistance``

Athletics` world governing body (IAAF) wants to know what "significant assistance" Tyson Gay has provided to the American anti-doping authorities who handed him a shorter one-year ban, its vice president Sebastian Coe said on Monday.

Campbell-Brown makes Diamond return after doping row

Veronica Campbell-Brown will take on world and Olympic 200m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce in Shanghai Sunday as she returns to the Diamond League circuit after her doping controversy.

Olympic relay medals in jeopardy after Tyson Gay`s ban

The International Olympics Committee (IOC) will have the final say on whether Tyson Gay`s 4x100 metres relay team mates will be stripped of their London Games medals in the wake of the sprinter`s doping ban, the IAAF told Reuters.

Scottish swimmer Michael Jamieson slams `lenient treatment` of Tyson Gay despite failed drug test

Scottish swimming star Michael Jamieson has said that American sprinter Tyson Gay has received a light punishment over his failed drug test.

IOC welcomes Gay doping ban

US sprint star Tyson Gay`s one-year doping ban has been welcomed by the International Olympic Committee.

Gay gets one-year doping ban, returns Olympic medal

US sprint star Tyson Gay has received a one-year doping ban from the US Anti-Doping Association (USADA) and returned his 2012 London Olympics silver medal to the US Olympic Committee.

Carter into 60m semis with Bracy and Chambers

Jamaican Nesta Carter, the fifth fastest man of all time over 100m, safely negotiated his 60m round one heat at the World Indoor Championships on Friday.

Sprinter Ben Johnson to revisit scene of disgrace

Disgraced drugs cheat Ben Johnson will revisit the scene of his downfall this month, wrapping up a global anti-doping tour in the Seoul Olympic stadium.

Usain Bolt regains world 100m title in emphatic style

Jamaican legendary sprinter Usain Bolt on Sunday retained his 100m title at the World Athletics Championship which he won in whopping 9.78 seconds.

False start fails to unsettle Bolt, Gatlin impresses

Jamaican sprint legend Usain Bolt`s bid to regain his 100 metres world title, which he relinquished when he false-started in the 2011 final, began in gentle fashion on Saturday when he cruised into Sunday`s semi-finals.

IAAF to return to four-year doping bans from 2015

World athletics` governing body, the IAAF, will adhere to a new WADA code and happily revert to four-year bans for drugs offenders from 2015 as part of its "unwavering commitment against doping".

Sprinter Tyson Gay`s B sample positive, fails another test

"We can confirm that the `B` sample analysis of a sample collected from Mr. Gay has been completed and that the `B` sample analysis has confirmed the `A` sample findings," USADA chief executive Travis Tygart said.

Doping in sports is unacceptable: Kohli

Indian cricket team vice-captain Virat Kohli today said doping in sport is simply not acceptable and called for the harshest possible punishment for those who bring disrepute to the game.

Gatlin wishes Gay, Powell the best at `stressful` time

Justin Gatlin, the 2004 Olympic 100m champion who went on to serve a four-year doping ban, wished Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell "all the best in stressful times" in the wake of their failed drugs tests.

Sprint stars Tyson Gay, Asafa Powell fail drug tests

Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell, two of the four fastest men in history, sent shockwaves through the blue riband 100m when both men failed drug tests.