The Washington Post

He definitely would have been the fastest guy on your fantasy team.

The world's fastest man will be sprinting in Rio this August.

The middle-distance rising star was hit with a lawsuit after dropping Nike for New Balance.

The 25-year-old track star now holds five world records in running.

Ethiopia's Genzebe Dibaba breaks the 22-year-old world record in the 1,500 meters at the Diamond League meet in Monaco.

Kaylin Whitney could be at her high school prom Saturday. But she left high school to turn pro in track and will run at Penn Relays instead.

Only a bolt of a different sort tops Olympic champion's 9.77-second performance.

Sprinter speaks for first time since Jamaican teammates failed drug tests.

American 100-meter record holder says, "I basically put my trust in someone and was let down."