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DBR- Carter's Positive A Negative For Bolt, But…- January 26, 2017
"There's a silver lining," says Mike Rowbottom of insidethegames.biz, noting that Bolt's loss "is surely a badge of honour for the sport and the seriousness with which it is pursuing the cause of anti-doping"…
DBR- Collegiate Women's Indoor Dual Meet Rankings- January 26, 2017
Previous leader Indiana drops to No. 4, but it's still the Big 10 on top, as Matt Bingle's Minnesota squad has climbed from No. 6 to the leading position…
DBR- NCAA Champs Men's Results: The '80s- January 26, 2017
As we continue our march through the history of the collegiate finales, here's decade No. 7 on the men's side…
DBR- A Letter From Vin Lananna To The USATF Family- January 25, 2017
"We have work to do—not all of it easy," says the new president of the national governing body…
DBR- Where Oscar Leads Will The IOC Follow?- January 25, 2017
In musings on the '24 bid, David Owen of insidethegames.biz begins his analysis with the raging success of the film La La Land and posits that the LA/Paris contest might be so close that Budapest's votes could be crucial…
DBR- Usain Bolt's "Triple-Triple" Is No More- January 25, 2017
The sprint legend will see his Olympic gold count drop to "only" 8 after the IOC confirms an '08 methylhexaneamine positive for fellow Jamaican relay member Nesta Carter…
DBR- The ’24 Bidding: What Factors Will Be Most Important?- January 24, 2017
Nick Butler of insidethegames.biz takes a well-reasoned look at the various critical aspects that are coming into play for Budapest, Los Angeles & Paris…
DBR- Collegiate Men's Indoor Dual Meet Rankings- January 24, 2017
As we move into the second week of the undercover season, Jesse Squire's compilations find Indiana still heading the pack…
DBR- Marathon Investigator Tells How He Catches Cheats- January 24, 2017
NBC Sports tells the tale of Derek Murphy, who "chases cheaters — armed with race data, finish-line photos, anonymous tips and an algorithm." His main targets: course-cutters and bib-swappers…