Teenage athlete Dina Asher-Smith is one of three people on the final shortlist for the BBC Young Sports Personality award.
Four-time Olympic champion Michael Johnson doubts whether athletics will ever be rid of the problems caused by doping.
British 400m hurdler Jack Green reveals he is taking an extended break from the sport to recover from depression.
Ten contenders are on the shortlist for the 60th BBC Sports Personality of the Year award on Sunday.
Competitors at Sochi 2014 have been warned not to take part in demonstrations or political gestures at the Games.
European 800m champion Lynsey Sharp is still waiting for her gold medal - six months after being awarded it.
Gemma Steel wins individual silver and the GB women's team gold at the European Cross Country Championships.
Athlete Christine Ohuruogu is named Sportswoman of the Year after winning gold at the World Championships.
Laura Weightman says Sunday's European Cross Country provides "a nice change" after a difficult 2013 over 1500 metres.
Cumbrian runner Tom Farrell says missing London 2012 motivated him to reach three European championships in 12 months.
World bronze medallist Eilidh Child will lead Scotland in their maiden appearance at January's British Athletics International Match.
Jessica Ennis-Hill's coach Toni Minichiello returns to British Athletics a year after losing his job as an Olympic coach.
UK Sport says it is confident Great Britain will win more Olympic and Paralympic medals at Rio 2016 than London 2012.
GB's Andy Vernon says a medal at this weekend's European Cross Country Championships in Belgrade is a "realistic target".
France's triple jump world champion Teddy Tamgho will miss the rest of the winter season after fracturing his shinbone.
Injured British 400m hurdler Perri Shakes-Drayton is unsure whether she will compete at next year's Commonwealth Games.
North East duo Kate Avery and Laura Weightman, plus Tom Farrell from Cumbria are picked for the European Cross Country.
The Jamaican Anti-Doping Commission board resigns after six athletes test positive for banned substances in 2013.
Christine Ohuruogu and Mo Farah are named Britain's athletes of the year after World Championship golds.
Demolition work has started at Sheffield's Don Valley Stadium, where Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill trained.
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