BOLTON, England (AP) — Tyson Fury has accused Wladimir Klitschko's camp of being "cheats" and says he refused to accept any water after beating the Ukrainian in Saturday's world heavyweight title fight for fear of being drugged.
Fury says "I went home dehydrated before I even touched anything, I was so frightened of being drug-tested and failing the drugs test."
Fury, who outpointed Klitschko to take the WBA, IBF and WBO belts in Duesseldorf on...
MONACO (AP) — The IAAF ethics commission has suspended three senior Kenyan track and field federation officials over the "potential subversion" of the anti-doping system in the east African nation.
The IAAF says Athletics Kenya President Isaiah Kiplagat, vice president David Okeyo, who is also an IAAF Council member, and 2015 world championships team leader Joseph Kinyua have been suspended for 180 days "in the interests of the integrity of the sport."...
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Bill Lazor has been fired, and Zac Taylor will become the team's primary play-caller.
The move by interim coach Dan Campbell came Monday after the Dolphins lost 38-20 to the New York Jets. The Dolphins (4-7) were shut out in the first half and have scored less than 21 points in each of their past five games.
Lazor was in his second season with the Dolphins. Taylor is in his fourth year in Miami...
MOSCOW (AP) — A 22-year-old modern pentathlete from Russia who won a silver medal at this year's world championships died last week of a suspected heart attack, the country's modern pentathlon federation said Monday.
Alexander Kukarin died Friday in a Moscow hotel, Russian Modern Pentathlon Federation spokesman Alexei Popov told The Associated Press. An investigation is under way but there are no signs of foul play, Popov said.