• International Association of Athletics Federations President Lamine Diack, right, speaks with a fellow International Olympic Committee member during the 128th IOC session in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Monday, Aug. 3, 2015. Three weeks before the world championships, athletics was thrown into turmoil by new accusations of widespread doping and experts denouncing an anti-doping system compromised by leniency. German broadcaster ARD and The Sunday Times newspaper in Britain said they obtained access to the results of 12,000 blood tests from 5,000 athletes. The files came from the database of the IAAF and were leaked by a whistleblower, according to the reports. The IAAF said it was aware of "serious allegations made against the integrity and competence of its anti-doping program." (AP Photo/Joshua Paul)

    Diack fights back at allegations of widespread doping

    PARIS (AP) — With his federation embattled by widespread doping allegations that could lead to a reshuffle of Olympic and world championship podiums for more than a decade, IAAF president Lamine Diack defended his organization’s anti-doping record and dismissed the accusations as a “joke” on Monday.

  • Quintana to ride in Vuelta after 2nd place at Tour de France

    MADRID (AP) — Movistar cycling team says Tour de France runner-up Nairo Quintana will race in the Spanish Vuelta.

  • Tom Danielson tests positive for synthetic testosterone

    PARIS (AP) — American cyclist Tom Danielson tested positive for synthetic testosterone in an out-of-competition test last month and was immediately suspended by his team on Monday.

  • An employee of the Athens' Stock Exchange speaks on the phone in the reception hall in Athens, Greece, Monday, Aug. 3, 2015. Greece's main stock index plunged over 22 percent as it reopened Monday after a five-week closure, giving investors their first opportunity since June to react to the country's latest economic crisis.  (AP Photo/Yorgos Karahalis)

    Greece: Stock market reopens with 22 percent loss

    ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece suffered its worst stock market bloodbath in decades on Monday, when it opened after a forced five-week closure, and new data showed a dismal outlook for the bailout-dependent country’s shrinking economy.

  • Kerry in Qatar to ease Arab concerns about Iran nuke deal

    DOHA, Qatar (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Qatar talks with Arab officials whose countries are wary of the nuclear deal world powers have struck with Iran.

  • Arsenal's team pose for a team picture with the trophy after the English Community Shield soccer match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley Stadium in London, Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015. Arsenal won the match 1-0. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

    Arsenal beats Chelsea 1-0 in Community Shield at Wembley

    LONDON (AP) — Arsene Wenger finally earned his first win over Jose Mourinho on Sunday as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s first-half goal gave Arsenal a 1-0 victory over Chelsea in the Community Shield.

  • 84-year-old Spanish yachtsman rescued from sea after 4 hours

    MADRID (AP) — An 84-year-old yacht owner who was knocked into the storm-tossed Mediterranean Sea by a swinging boom and survived more than four hours in the water is still keen to compete in a race, event organizers said Sunday.

  • Spain's Rafael Nadal  returns a shot  to Fabio Fognini from Italy during the final match of  the ATP tennis tournament in Hamburg, Germany, Sunday Aug. 2, 2015.  (Daniel Reinhardt/dpa via AP)

    Nadal beats Fognini to win Hamburg Open

    HAMBURG, Germany (AP) — Top-seeded Rafael Nadal overcame some sloppy play on his beloved clay to beat Fabio Fognini 7-5, 7-5 and win the Hamburg Open for the second time on Sunday.

  • Thiem beats Goffin to take Swiss Open title

    GSTAAD, Switzerland (AP) — Dominic Thiem of Austria won his second straight title on Sunday, beating top-seeded David Goffin of Belgium 7-5, 6-2 in the Swiss Open final.

  • President of the World Anti-Doping Agency Craig Reedie leaves after attending the 128th International Olympic Committee (IOC) session in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015. Reedie says it is alarmed by "wild allegations'" made by two European media outlets of widespread suspicious drug tests in track and field and is asking an independent body to investigate the claims. (AP Photo/Joshua Paul)

    New doping allegations reported in track and field

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Three weeks before the world championships, athletics was thrown into turmoil by new accusations of widespread doping and experts denouncing an anti-doping system compromised by leniency.