BERLIN (Reuters) - World athletics chief Sebastian Coe is the right man to lead the sport out of its doping and corruption crisis and he has the support of all the European federations, European Athletics president Svein Arne Hansen said. The ... TheStar.com.my, 1 week ago
New WADA report increases pressure on IAAF president Lord Coe - Equilibrio Informativo, 2 weeks ago
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An independent commission formed by the World Anti-Doping Agency released the second part of its damning report Thursday, detailing illicit state-sanctioned doping by track and field athletes, and corruption among top worldwide officials. ...Equilibrio Informativo, 1 week ago Athletics: 'Corruption embedded within IAAF' - anti-doping report Equilibrio Informativo, 3 weeks ago Pound praises Coe Himalayan Times, 3 weeks ago IAAF president Lord Coe backed to lead athletics forward despite damning Wada report International Business Times UK, 3 weeks ago
by Our Sports Desk The disclosure that British embassies were ordered to lobby on behalf of Seb Coe during his campaign for the IAAF presidency was yesterday described as unjustifiable and inappropriate by Labour's shadow sports minister Clive ...Morning Star Online, 2 weeks ago
(AFP) Rafael Nadal admitted Saturday he faces a "very, very dangerous" Australian Open first-round clash against Fernando Verdasco with memories still fresh of their epic 2009 semi-final duel. At five hours and 14 minutes, that battle seven ...Ceylon Today, 3 weeks ago
ELDORET - Kenyan steeplechase star Moses Kiptanui has accused the top leadership of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) of complacency in fighting corruption and doping that have rocked the sport. The former three-time ...ENCA, 3 weeks ago AFP - Athletics-corruption-doping-IAAF-KEN-Kiptanui REAX Namibia Press Agency, 3 weeks ago Athletics: Kenyan star Kiptanui questions IAAF role in doping issues Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago Kiptanui questions IAAF role in doping CapitalFM Kenya, 3 weeks ago
Sydney (AFP) - Australian athletics Friday backed Sebastian Coe to clean up the sport, which it said had been massively compromised by doping scandals with the trust and confidence of all stakeholders "exploited". A second report compiled by an ...Yahoo! News Australia, 3 weeks ago Australia Back Embattled Sebastian Coe After WADA Report NDTV, 3 weeks ago Coe still on hook Times Live South Africa, 3 weeks ago Inside the IAAF: who knew what and when Equities.com, 3 weeks ago
Astonishing that Coe did not hear the whispers IAN HERBERT The small details of a private conversation at Lord's tell us how overwhelming and long-held an awareness of institutionalised doping there has been among staff of the organisation ...Cape Times, 3 weeks ago Astonishing that Coe did not hear the whispers Irish Independent, 3 weeks ago
Corruption was "embedded" in the world athletics body IAAF and its leaders had to be aware of doping scandals in Russia and other countries, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has said in the second part of its report into doping and corruption in ...ABC Online, 3 weeks ago IAAF sets for explosive WADA report Manila Times, 3 weeks ago
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Sebastian Coe, IAAF's President, attends the IAAF press conference in Monaco, November 26, 2015. Reuters/Jean-Pierre Amet IAAF president Sebastian Coe says there has been ...Reuters, 3 weeks ago 'Sebastian Coe could have pushed for reforms' Khaleej Times, 3 weeks ago Athletics-Coe denies Russian doping was covered up Reuters, 3 weeks ago Coe blamed for mess Zimbabwe Herald, 4 weeks ago
Provided by The Philippine Star Filipino Olympics aspirant EJ Obiena steps up on his high-performance training under renowned pole vault coach Vitaly Petrov as he braces for four to six tournaments in the next three months. Obiena, 20, spent ...MSN Philippines, 1 month ago
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