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French prosecutors investigate Rio and Tokyo Olympic bids
Radio France Internationale

French prosecutors investigate Rio and Tokyo Olympic bids

By RFI Issued on 02-03-2016 Modified 02-03-2016 to 11:27 Lamine Diack, the former president of the IAAF Mike Ehrmann/ for IAAF/AFP French prosecutors are investigating the bidding for the 2016 and 2020 Olympic Games as part of a probe into ... Radio France Internationale, 1 month ago

Own goal? Africa's shambolic sports management

"It is thanks to football that small countries can become great," beamed footballer Roger Milla after his Cameroon side because the first African nation to reach a World Cup quarter-finals in 1990. So given the global standing that countries can ...
 BBC2 days ago Own goal ? Africa's shambolic sports management  Sri Lanka Daily News20 hours ago

Lord coe says june 17 will be russia's 'come to jesus' moment

By Press Association Published: 06:08 EST, 24 April 2016 | Updated: 06:09 EST, 24 April 2016 The June 17 meeting of the IAAF Council will be the "Come to Jesus moment" for Russian athletics, according to governing body president Lord Coe. ...
 NewsGrio6 days ago Is the ruling body of athletics protective of drug cheats?  Rediff.com1 month ago We don't protect cheats: Coe  The New Daily1 month ago IAAF not protective of drug cheats, says Coe  Reuters Canada1 month ago

Seb Coe admits there have been 'dark times' and 'it's took its toll on those closest to me' as he battles to convince the world he can save athletics from drugs and corruption

Sebastian Coe will join one of his two sons in running the London Marathon. Coe Jnr will do it all. His father will run just sections of the course. It is part exercise, part paternal support. Family is on the mind of Coe, the intensely ...
 AfricanSeer6 days ago

Getting sport back on track

Doping and corruption scandals have ignited the debate over governance of the multi-billion dollar businesses that major sports have become. Global Insight reports on the challenges facing the IAAF, FIFA and WADA amongst other global bodies. Ruth ...
 International Bar Association2 weeks ago

London's Excel ready to host the 2017 IAAF Congress

London's Excel Centre has been named as the next host of the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) Congress in August 2017. Chosen for its close proximity to Queen Elizabeth Park the stage for the the 2012 London Olympic Games ...
 Leisure Management2 weeks ago
Africa Review

Russia honours disgraced former Senegalese athletics boss

Senegalese former world athletics chief Lamine Diack (c). He was charged with corruption in Paris November 4, 2015. FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP KONO KISSI in Dakar Thursday, April 7 2016at 15:38 comment Russia has decorated former Senegalese ...
 Africa Review3 weeks ago Judges order former Senegalese athletics boss held in France  Africa Review4 weeks ago

It's not just Russia: Britain helped create this corruption in sport

The Russians will go to Rio next year. Whatever decision emerges from the meeting of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) on Friday, the Russians will go to the 2016 Olympics . If sporting stars cheat they are banned. If ...
 Equities.com3 weeks ago Coe defends meaures taken by IAAF to tackle doping menace  Manorama Online1 month ago Russian drug scandal: IAAF chief Sebastian Coe defends 'proactive' anti-doping record  Firstpost.com1 month ago Coe defends proactive IAAF anti-doping record month ago

FIFA and IAAF scandals warning for corrupt sports administrators

PARIS: Judges and prosecutors trashed the reputations of two of the leading Lords of the Rings in 2015 and criminal charges against Sepp Blatter and Lamine Diack were a warning that sport has got to clean up its act. Bribes, doping, even more ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago
Irish Examiner

Olive Loughnane knew golden moment would arrive

Almost seven years have passed, but Olive Loughnane can still see the way Olga Kaniskina looked at her in Berlin. The Russian had just beaten her into second place in the 20km race walk at the 2009 IAAF World Championships with a significant ...
 Irish Examiner1 month ago
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