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Senior Sports Writer and Columnist — Guardian
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Senior sports writer and columnist at the Guardian. Formerly sports editor of http://guardian.co.uk and father of Football Weekly

Dafne Schippers’ world championship success should not mean instant suspicion

theguardian.com — Question: what was your reaction as Dafne Schippers finished like a bullet train to defeat the Jamaican Elaine Thompson in the last desperate strides of the women's 200m final at the world championships?

Martyn Rooney brings home the bronze for Britain in double 4x400m relay success

theguardian.com — Who's the daddy now, then? Martyn Rooney had been determined to make up for missing the birth of his son on Thursday, and in the final moments of these world championships the British team captain did so in the euphoric fashion by snatching bronze for the men's 4x400m relay team.

Justin Gatlin reveals 2010 apology to IAAF and co-operation over drugs

theguardian.com — Justin Gatlin has moved to head off the wave of criticism directed at him during the World Athletics Championships by releasing letters that reveal the extent to which he co-operated with US anti-doping investigators and apologised for his own offences.
Aug 30, 2015

RT @guardian_sport: Exclusive: Justin Gatlin reveals 2010 apology to IAAF and co-operation over drugs. By @seaningle gu.com/p/4cvzg/stw

Aug 30, 2015

RT @guardian_sport: Exclusive: Justin Gatlin reveals 2010 apology to IAAF and co-operation over drugs. By @seaningle gu.com/p/4cvzg/stw

Aug 30, 2015

RT @guardian_sport: Exclusive: Justin Gatlin reveals 2010 apology to IAAF and co-operation over drugs. By @seaningle gu.com/p/4cvzg/stw

Aug 30, 2015

RT @guardian_sport: Exclusive: Justin Gatlin reveals 2010 apology to IAAF and co-operation over drugs. By @seaningle gu.com/p/4cvzg/stw

Aug 30, 2015

Justin Gatlin reveals 2010 apology to IAAF and cooperation over drugs gu.com/p/4cvzg/stw

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Mo Farah wins unique triple-double with 5,000m world championship gold

theguardian.com — Mo Farah wrote his name into the record books by completing a hat-trick of long-distance doubles at global championships by retaining his world 5,000 metres title in Beijing. The 32-year-old followed up his 10,000 metres triumph by storming to gold over the shorter distance to rack up his seventh straight global crown - an unprecedented period of domination.

Alberto Salazar: Mo Farah back to 100% after rest day before triple-double bid

theguardian.com — Mo Farah's body felt more beaten up than usual after his thrilling 10,000m world championship gold last Saturday because of the unusually hard track in the Bird's Nest, his coach, Alberto Salazar, has revealed.
Aug 29, 2015

Mo Farah up next in the 5,000m as he targets the "triple double". @seaningle's preview here: theguardian.com/sport/2015/aug…

Kenya’s rise to top of World Championships medal table soured by doping concerns

theguardian.com — As it became clear that Julius Yego's javelin was soaring across nearly the entire length of the Bird's Nest pitch, and dangerously close to the large scoreboard near the end of it, there were 50,000 gasps of astonishment.
Aug 26, 2015

On #Kenya's rise and rise at #Beijing2015, as country starts to face up to concerns re doping among some athletes: trib.al/yrkcnRa

Aug 26, 2015

RT @guardian_sport: Kenya’s rise to top of World Championships medal table soured by doping concerns. @seaningle gu.com/p/4bpcc/stw

Aug 27, 2015

Kenya tops medal & doping tables at world champs. Spoke to @DavidEpstein @evelynwatta and Brother Colm for their view theguardian.com/sport/2015/aug…

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Greg Rutherford hits back at critics after world championship long jump gold

theguardian.com — Greg Rutherford has told his critics to finally recognise him as a "half-decent athlete" after becoming only the fifth British athlete to hold Olympic, world, European and Commonwealth gold medals at the same time.

Jessica Ennis-Hill sets sights on crowning glory at Rio Olympics

theguardian.com — No sooner had Jessica Ennis-Hill celebrated her world heptathlon triumph with a small beer than she set her mind on what she hopes will be the crowning glory of her career: becoming only the third track and field athlete to retain an Olympic title after giving birth.

Mo Farah will be back training with me soon, says Alberto Salazar

theguardian.com — Mo Farah's coach, Alberto Salazar, has told the Guardian he is increasingly confident the United States Anti-Doping Agency's investigation into him will find no evidence of any wrongdoing and insisted the two-time Olympic champion would be staying with his Nike Oregon Project training group despite recent rumours to the contrary.
Aug 24, 2015

RT @Jason_AW: "Mo will be back training with me soon," Alberto Salazar tells @seaningle, who adds he's confident he'll be cleared. theguardian.com/sport/2015/aug…

Aug 24, 2015

RT @Jason_AW: "Mo will be back training with me soon," Alberto Salazar tells @seaningle, who adds he's confident he'll be cleared. theguardian.com/sport/2015/aug…

Aug 24, 2015

RT @guardian: Mo Farah will be back training with me soon, says Alberto Salazar trib.al/28pXTiK via @guardian_sport

Aug 25, 2015

RT @Jason_AW: "Mo will be back training with me soon," Alberto Salazar tells @seaningle, who adds he's confident he'll be cleared. theguardian.com/sport/2015/aug…

Aug 25, 2015

RT @guardian_sport: Exclusive: Mo Farah will be back training with me soon, says Alberto Salazar. By @seaningle gu.com/p/4bne3/stw

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German TV channel ARD alleges systemic Russian doping

irishtimes.com — When Sebastian Coe launched his candidacy for the IAAF presidency on Wednesday he stressed that, while athletics needed reform, it was not in "a panic" or "a crisis".
Aug 24, 2015

Ban reduction means Liliya Shobukhova can return to competition. Background to the whole sorry business here: irishtimes.com/sport/other-sp…

Aug 24, 2015

RT @owen_g: Ban reduction means Liliya Shobukhova can return to competition. Background to the whole sorry business here: irishtimes.com/sport/other-sp…

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Sep 03, 2015

RT @solidarity_2015: @seaningle Please do RT - march in central London, Sep 12th, to show solidarity with refugees. Details in profile. #refugeeswelcome

Sep 02, 2015

RT @owen_g: Sebastian Coe: Athletics is about more than drugs, blood and urine bit.ly/1XhmPwP

Sep 02, 2015

RT @RogerPielkeJr: Seb Coe's definition of conflict of interest at odds w/ medicine, science, UN, IOC & Nike. Also violates IAAF policy: ht…

Sep 02, 2015

@BobbyGardiner @RorySmithTimes @MiguelDelaney Learned an absolute tonne. Blokes would call in from pub, I'd ask Qs, then write up. Loved it.

Sep 02, 2015

@BobbyGardiner @RorySmithTimes @MiguelDelaney Old reporter Brian Swain let me do Sunday League match reports and subbed them with me ...

Sep 02, 2015

RT @AliceDreger: If you think academics don't really need academic freedom protections, look at the comments on this article about me usat.ly/1hr5i4h

Sep 02, 2015

@stuheritage Yup. Would love a golden ticket to his analogy factory too ...

Sep 02, 2015

RT @pkelso: 45 UK drugs bans: 16 rugby union; 12 rugby league; boxing 6; weightlifting 3; track & field 3, cycling 2; ice hockey 2; bobslei…


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