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IAAF Sign A New Convention With The Principality Of Monaco

IAAF President Lamine Diack, on behalf of the IAAF, signed a new convention with the Principality of Monaco, represented by His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, on Friday. 156 more words


Rio 2016 Olympics Will Feature Morning Track & Field Finals

Team USA (Christian Petersen/Getty Images for IAAF)

For the first time at an Olympic Games since 1988, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games will feature finals during the morning sessions of the athletics programme, the IAAF announced on Wednesday (November 19). 250 more words

Track & Field

New Qualification System Introduced For IAAF World Championships

The entry standards for the IAAF World Championships, Beijing 2015 have been officially published today.

The entry and participation principles have been thoroughly reviewed by the IAAF and a new qualification system has been introduced. 94 more words


Nairobi To Host The 2017 IAAF World Youth Championships

The Kenyan capital was the only candidate for this IAAF competition but the Nairobi delegation convincingly persuaded the IAAF Council to endorse its right to host this event, the second IAAF World Athletics Series competition to be held in the country after the 2007 IAAF World Cross Country Championships. 98 more words


Athletics World Focuses On Monaco For The Coming Week

Monaco – During the coming week the eyes of the athletics world will once again be on the Principality of Monaco, home to the headquarters of the IAAF. 243 more words


Anti-doping & top Kenyan Athletes - Lessons from Rita Jeptoo's Case

There is a great deal of information as well as misinformation about Rita Jeptoo’s case. Hopefully this article will shed a light on the issue and encourage positive debate. 2,001 more words

Sports Law

IAAF Evaluation Commission Concludes Visits To The Three Candidates For 2019 IAAf World Championships

The IAAF Evaluation Commission (EVCOM), under the chairmanship of IAAF Vice President Sebastian Coe (GBR), has now concluded its visits to the three candidate cities for the 2019 edition of the IAAF World Championships: Barcelona (ESP), Doha (QAT) and Eugene (USA). 255 more words