• Louisville coach Walz, Cardinals’ Moore win 2nd USA gold

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville coach Jeff Walz and Cardinals standout Mariya Moore have their eyes set on an NCAA championship after teaming up to lead Team USA to a second consecutive international championship.

  • 2 NDSU track athletes competing at Pan Am Juniors

    FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Two junior national champions from the North Dakota State University men’s track and field team are competing at the 2015 Pan American Junior Championships this weekend in Edmonton, Alberta.

  • Austrian pole-vaulter who landed beside mat is paraplegic

    INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP) — The Austrian athletics federation says the pole-vaulter who needed surgery after a fall beside the mat, is a paraplegic.

  • Austrian pole-vaulter seriously injured after training fall

    INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP) — The Austrian athletics federation says the country’s leading pole-vaulter was “in serious but stable” condition following surgery on Thursday, hours after she landed beside the mat on her head and neck in a practice jump.

  • Orlando Ortega of Cuba goes on to win the men's 110m hurdles event at the IAAF Athletics Diamond League meeting at Stockholm Olympic Stadium on Thursday July 30, 2015. (Fredrik Sandberg/TT via AP)

    Ortega wins 110 hurdles at Stockholm Diamond League

    STOCKHOLM (AP) — Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce eased to a dominant victory in the women’s 100 meters Thursday in the last Diamond League meeting before next month’s athletics world championships.

  • Arkansas’ Freier, Orange on Team USA at junior championships

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — University of Arkansas track and field athletes Desiree Freier and Carlton Orange have been named to Team USA that will compete at the 2015 Pan Am Junior Championships in Canada.

  • Mo Farah of Britain celebrates after he wins the men's 3000m race during the Diamond League athletics meeting at the Olympic Stadium in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, Friday, July 24, 2015. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

    British review of Salazar finds no issue with Mo Farah

    LONDON (AP) — Britain’s track and field body says its review of doping claims against coach Alberto Salazar has found no “evidence of impropriety” involving Mo Farah.