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Alberto Salazar

American track coach and long-distance runner born in Cuba

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Alberto Salazar: American track coach and long-distance runner born in Cuba
Alberto Salazar is an American track coach, former world-class long-distance runner and doping offender. Born in Cuba, Salazar immigrated to the United States as a child with his family. They moved to Manchester, Connecticut and then to Wayland, Massachusetts, where Salazar competed in track and field in high school. Salazar is best known for his performances in the New York City Marathon in the early 1980s and his 1982 Boston Marathon victory known as the "Duel in the Sun." He held American track records of 13:11.93 for 5,000 m and 27:25.61 for 10,000 m –.

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Former Nike runner Mary Cain alleges emotional and physical abuse from Oregon Project

American professional runner Mary Cain alleged that she was "emotionally and physically abused" by Nike's Oregon Project and coach Alberto Salazar.
USATODAY.com - Published

Track star Mary Cain alleges physical and emotional abuse by Nike coach

Mary Cain, a world championship runner, is talking about the alleged abuse she endured at the hands of Nike and one of its former coaches, Alberto Salazar. Speaking to the New York Times, the track..
CBS News - Published

Videos for Alberto Salazar


Salazar appeals to CAS against his four-year ban [Video]Salazar appeals to CAS against his four-year ban

Alberto Salazar appeals to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against his four-year ban for doping violations.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:46Published

Brigid Kosgei smashes women's marathon world record [Video]Brigid Kosgei smashes women's marathon world record

Brigid Koskei knocks 81 seconds off Paula Radcliffe's 16-year-old marathon world record with victory in Chicago.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:34Published

Athletes react to Salazar doping ban [Video]Athletes react to Salazar doping ban

Participants in World Champions in Doha happy that controversial coach banned

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:47Published

Salazar receives four-year ban for doping violations [Video]Salazar receives four-year ban for doping violations

Alberto Salazar, the former coach to Mo Farah, receives a four-year ban from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency for doping violations.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:01Published

 

'Salazar weight-shaming affected athletes' mental health'

Alberto Salazar's "obsession" with controlling weight led to mental health problems in athletes, says the banned coach's former assistant Steve Magness.
BBC News - Published

Wada to investigate all Salazar-trained athletes

The World Anti-Doping Agency says it will investigate all athletes who trained with banned coach Alberto Salazar.
BBC News - Published

Kosgei shatters Radcliffe's world record, Cherono wins men's race

Kenyan Brigid Kosgei broke Paula Radcliffe's 16-year-old women's marathon world record but former Alberto Salazar coached athletes, including Mo Farah, were never a factor in the Chicago Marathon on..
Reuters - Published

Alberto Salazar: Nike Oregon Project 'closed down after head coach's ban'

US reports claim Nike consider head coach Alberto Salazar's four-year ban a "distraction" for athletes and its Oregon Project has been closed down.
BBC News - Published

Nike shuts down Oregon Project after ban of coach

Nike Inc [NKE.N] shut down its Nike Oregon Project training group on Thursday, following the recent four-year ban of founder and coach Alberto Salazar by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).
Reuters - Published

Salazar's Nike Oregon Project should be shut down - whistleblower

A key whistleblower in the case which saw coach Alberto Salazar banned for four years for doping violations says the Nike Oregon Project he ran should be shut down.
BBC News - Published

World Athletics Championships: Saffan Hassan's angry outburst and Michael Johnson's response

World 1500m champion Sifan Hassan hits back at critics after her coach Alberto Salazaar was banned for doping violations but Michael Johnson says she must expect to be under scrutiny.
BBC News - Published

'I wish it was longer, get him out' - former world champion wants longer Salazar ban

Coach Alberto Salazar should have been banned for longer than four years, according to American middle-distance runner Jenny Simpson.
BBC News - Published

Alberto Salazar updated Nike CEO on trials with banned drugs

Chief executive Mark Parker was kept abreast of testosterone tests on athletes, according to published findings
CBS News - Published

Farah 'hasn't done anything wrong' - Cram reacts to Salazar ban

Steve Cram says four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah should not be seen as guilty by his association with banned coach Alberto Salazar.
BBC News - Published

Your Tuesday Briefing

Hong Kong, Alberto Salazar, Jessye Norman: Here's what you need to know.
NYTimes.com - Published

Alberto Salazar: The inside story of Nike Oregon Project founder's downfall

Panorama journalist Mark Daly recounts how he first started looking into Alberto Salazar and takes us through each step of the six-year investigation.
BBC News - Published

Mo Farah's ex-coach Salazar banned over doping

Alberto Salazar, Mo Farah's former athletics coach, has been banned from the sport for four years after being found guilty of doping violations.
BBC News - Published

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