Christine Ohuruogu admitted she is targeting a third Olympics after she was named Sunday Times and Sky Sports Sportswoman of the Year.
Robbie Grabarz failed to reach the heights of 2012 in 2013 but he insists he will get back to his very best.
Greg Rutherford has consigned 2013 to the rubbish dump; determined to get get back to his best in 2014.
Toni Minichiello admits he gained perspective during his time away from British Athletics as he rejoins on a coaching basis.
The fight against doping costs $300-400 million (£183-283m) a year and sporting medical experts at a conference hosted by FIFA.
France's triple jump world champion Teddy Tamgho has fractured his shinbone and will miss the rest of the northern winter season, the French athletics
The entire board of the controversial Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission has resigned, the country's minister with responsibility for sport confirmed.
Saudi Arabia's Mohamed Shaween has been given a three-year ban for violating anti-doping regulations.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will retest frozen samples from previous Games.
Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce were crowned male and female World Athletes of the Year for 2013.
Usain Bolt has said that controversy over Jamaica's anti-doping programme is scaring off sponsors and costing him money.
A revised World Anti-Doping code, which will double the bans for cheats in sport, was adopted on Friday.
The United States has been awarded the 2016 world indoor championships, while Britain will host the 2018 event.
Teenage middle-distance prodigy Mary Cain announced that she is to turn professional after enjoying a spectacular season.
Jamaica’s most senior drug tester has said the country’s anti-doping regime is way short of the standard required.
Usain Bolt, Mo Farah and high jumper Bohdan Bondarenko are up for the male Athlete of the Year award.
Defending champion Geoffrey Mutai and Priscah Jeptoo won the men's and women's races at the New York City Marathon.
The New York City Marathon returns on Sunday after a two-year absence, with massive security measures in place.
Jessica Ennis-Hill insists she is well on the road to recovery after being forced to miss this summer's World Championships.
The World Anti-Doping Agency is set to look closely at Kenya after completing their audit on Jamaica's anti-doping programme.