WORLD OF SPORT: Farah makes blood-test data public, Anderson replaces Footitt, American runner in Nike row
Mo Farah yesterday made public his anti-doping blood-test data - as athletics was once more hit by damaging doping claims.
The double Olympic champion was one of eight British athletes, including European 10,000m champion Jo Pavey, to defy athletics authorities by agreeing to release personal test scores.
Fast bowler James Anderson has been named in the England squad for the fifth Ashes Test against Australia.
Anderson, who missed the fourth Test with a side strain, replaces Derbyshire’s Mark Footitt in a 14-man squad for the match at The Oval starting on August 20.
England beat Samoa 85-34 to finish top of Pool B at the Netball World Cup.
The world number three side eased to their third win of the group stage on Sunday to set up a meeting with holders and hosts Australia in the next round.
American 800m runner Nick Symmonds says he has been left out of his country’s squad for the World Championships because of a row over what training kit he can wear at team functions.
Symmonds, sponsored by Brooks Running, has refused to sign a mandatory USA Track and Field (USATF) contract that instructs athletes to wear Nike gear.