Ban cheats for longer, says Coe

ATHLETICS: Lord Coe, vice-president of governing body the IAAF, has called for doping bans to be increased from two years to four. Track’s credibility is in crisis after it emerged last week that sprinters Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell had both tested positive. “We have to go back from two years to four years,” said London 2012 chairman Coe. “I don’t care about the cheats we weed out.”