AFI joint secretary, Dr Kripal Singh, admitted of the faux pas at the 47th National Open Athletics Championships.
Canadian fights for the rights of disgraced Indian athlete, reports Ajai Masand.
National Open Athletics Championship witnessed a new national and meet record in men's 20 km walk, reports Animesh Bisoee.
Scott Burns has blasted US sports leagues for failing to adopt WADA standards and indicated their leaders were enablers for dope cheats.
IAAF has also recommended IOC to withdraw all five of the US sprinter's Olympic medals after she admitted doping.
Dola Banerjee wins gold medal in the grand final of the archery world cup held in Dubai, report Khurram Habib and Nilankur Das.
UCI president says Russia and China in talks to create major cycling tours in 2009.
The Mawana Sugars Marathon will be flagged off at 9.00 a.m. from Guru Harkrishan Public School, Purana Qila Road, New Delhi on December 23.
Anita, gold medallist in the 58 kg category at the senior national weightlifting championship last year, had tested positive for anabolic steroids.
An ambulance was called and he was taken to the city's principal hospital.
Nearly 20 years after the bloody crackdown on public protests in the square in June 1989, organisers have chosen the spot - always under tight security - as the starting line for the marathon, the 'Beijing News
Besides Kanika, Naujoban Kaur of Punjab also excelled as she earned a grand double by winning the 3000m run for the girls under-19.
US District Court Judge Kenneth Karas ignored an emotional plea from the former track star and her lawyers for Jones to be given a probationary sentence, handing down the maximum term requested by prosecutors.
China finished a close second to the United States in the gold medal count at the 2004 Olympics and could emerge as the world's paramount sporting power at the Beijing Games.
Since the aspiring discus thrower lost his left leg above the knee in a 1991 car accident, De Keersmaeker has been amazed by the advances achieved in prosthetic limbs.