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IAAF's Diack: Russia won't be excluded for doping plague
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IAAF President Dismisses Idea of Russia Athletics Ban

International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Lamine Diack dismissed suggestions that Russia might be prevented from sending athletes to the Olympic Games as Austin American Statesman, 6 days ago
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Athletics faces crisis - IAAF chief

The man in charge of world athletics, IAAF president Lamine Diack, tells BBC sports editor Dan Roan that the sport faces a "crisis" in the wake of recent doping allegations. The boss of the International Association of Athletics Federations says ...
 BBC2 months ago Athletics faces 'crisis' admits IAAF chief  Capital Radio Malawi2 months ago Athletics in doping crisis: IAAF  Radio New Zealand2 months ago Athletics in crisis over doping claims, says IAAF chief  Modern Ghana2 months ago
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Diack: Athletics world to miss Liu Xiang

IAAF President Lamine Diack said on Tuesday that the athletics world will miss Chinese star hurdler Liu Xiang after his long-awaited retirement. "We are happy to have him," said the 83-year-old Diack. "He has made great contributions to his country ...
 China.org.cn2 weeks ago XINHUA - Diack: Athletics world to miss Liu Xiang  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

Guiyang significant moment for Cross-Country: IAAF chief

Lamine Diack, president of the world's athletics governing body IAAF, has praised preparations made by the local organisers and stressed the significance of the competition ahead of the 2015 World Cross-Country championships to be held here Saturday."The 41st ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Africa: What Future for World Cross Country After Guiyang Meeting?  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago Sierra Leone: Salone to Compete in World Cross Country Championships in China  AllAfrica.com2 months ago
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Chinese Vice-Premier Liu Yandong receives IAAF Council members

Chinese Vice-Premier Liu Yandong meets IAAF President Lamine Diack (IAAF) Copyright Liu Yandong, Vice-Premier of the State Council of China, officially received the members of the IAAF Council in The Great Hall of the People, Beijing this ...
 IAAF1 week ago Chinese vice premier meets IAAF president  China Military Online1 week ago XINHUA - Chinese vice premier meets IAAF president  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
Investing.com

Hansen surprised at lack of process in IAAF decision

IAAF President Lamine Diack said the decision had been made after the governor of Oregon, the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) and television broadcaster NBC had highlighted the benefits of taking the championships to the United States. "I would ...
 Northern Territory Government1 week ago Athletics-Hansen surprised at lack of process in IAAF decision  Capital Bay1 week ago REUTERS - Athletics-Hansen surprised at lack of process in IAAF decision  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
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Scenes from Kigali -- 2015 CISA Opens

IAAF president Lamine Diack speaks. (ATR) (ATR) Leaders of African sport gather in Kigali, Rwanda for the ninth edition of CISA, the International Sport Convention for Africa. Opening ceremony is March 12, closing is March 14. IAAF president ...
 Around The Rings1 month ago All-Africa Games Squabble Hits CISA -- On the Scene  Around The Rings1 month ago Rwanda Hosts Titans of Africa Sport - On the Scene...  Around The Rings1 month ago Rwanda Hosts African Sport Movers and Shakers-On the Scene...  Around The Rings1 month ago
Japan Times

IAAF leader Diack says federations don't need SportAccord

SOCHI, Russia: Major sports federations can survive without umbrella body SportAccord after its head behaved like a dictator in his scathing attack on Olympic leaders, IAAF President Lamine Diack said Tuesday. The International Association of ...
 Arab News6 days ago SportAccord chief Vizer rips IOC, Bach in Sochi speech  Japan Times6 days ago Sports Federations quit IOC after Bach attack  Millennium Post1 week ago IOC Criticism by Vizer Triggers Mutiny in Sochi -- On the Scene  Around The Rings1 week ago
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Nigeria Daily Independent

UPDATE 1-Doping-Russia faces action, sport in 'crisis' - IAAF

(Adds Diack quotes) LONDON Feb 16 (Reuters) - Russian athletes involved in a major doping scandal will face disciplinary proceedings in the next three months as the sport bids to deal with a "crisis", the International Association of Athletics ...
 Reuters UK2 months ago Crackdown on doping vowed as chief deals with `crisis'  Hong Kong Standard2 months ago IAAF: Russia to face action on doping scandals  Iran Daily2 months ago IAAF confident Russian race-walking coach Viktor Chegin will be sanctioned for doping  Denver Post2 months ago
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800m greats and President Diack to promote IAAF / Nestlé Kids' Athletics at SportAccord

Français The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) is delighted to announce that IAAF / Nestlé Kids Athletics , the flagship development project of its School / Youth programme, will be demonstrated on Tuesday 21 April at the ...
 IAAF1 week ago
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