Pavitt writes, "Managing to annoy athletes, politicians and residents of a city at the same time is impressive - even for the IOC." Pavitt wonders what kind of message this sends to future potential host cities when Tokyo organizers were not even consulted beforehand about the move.
Gebre is a NYC regular as for years he's spent two or three months at a time living and training in NYC with the West Side Runners Club. His coach says he's probably ran 100 races in the NYC area.
NCAA 100m champ Sha’Carri Richardson makes the shortlist.
Diver is Irish, but represents Australia where she has lived since 2002.
From the Caster Semenya testosterone debate to debate over Nike's new shoes and Alberto Salazar's doping ban, it's been a year full of controversy.
How Fast Did The "Celebs" Run In NYC Tiki Barber ran 4:18:24.
WADA president Craig Reedie: "The clear question is did any of the allegations concerning Salazar and his operations result in athletes cheating themselves, which might have influenced their performance and might have involved the winning of competitions. We need to look at that and we will."
The former Olympic 100H champ retired last year to focus on becoming a mother, but now says, “I always thought I had to completely stop running to be a mother. That was just what I told myself. I can honestly say no one really said that to me, I just made that up in my own mind.”