AA stand by decision to fine Rowe

Athletics Australia are sticking by the controversial decision to fine Alex Rowe, despite admitting the rising star did the right thing by taking up a last-minute invitation to race in Monte Carlo.

Alex Rowe fined $1300 for missing team camp due to race in which he equalled Australian 800m record

New national 800m record holder Alex Rowe has been fined $1300 by Athletics Australia for racing in the event where he equalled the 46-year mark.

Nick Willis: Achieving the goal

Sport can change one's life on so many levels, and this interview with Nick Willis reminded me of what an amazing medium sport provides to set and achieve goals.

Delighted Alex Rowe equals 46-year-old 800m national record

Alex Rowe had thought all day about how the moment would be when he broke the national 800m record. He had thought too about falling short of the time. He had not considered doing neither.

Morgan makes tracks onto US soil

Australia’s fastest 18-year-old, booming cross-country runner Morgan McDonald, is preparing to hit the track and take his name onto American soil.

IAAF responds to Jared Tallent's doping concerns

Athletics' world governing body is set to consider calls to ban top Russian coach Viktor Chegin following an online campaign led by Australian race walker Jared Tallent.

Troop to contest final Australian race on the Gold Coast

Three-time Olympic marathoner Lee Troop will bring down the curtain on his domestic career at this year’s Gold Coast Airport Marathon on Sunday 6 July.

Buckman, Lacaze set PBs

World championship finalist Zoe Buckman has lowered her 1500m personal best in finishing ninth at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, USA.

Bronze in the Bahamas

Australia’s women’s 4x1500m relay team has won bronze at the inaugural IAAF World Relay Championships in the Bahamas.

James Nipperess - Post Race Thoughts

I have raced consistently in Japan on previous occasions, but this wasn’t the only reason I chose to race in Japan.