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Athletics: Integrity unit welcomes new IAAF anti-doping rules

Athletics: Integrity unit welcomes new IAAF anti-doping rules

The Athletics Integrity Unit has welcomed new anti-doping regulations in the sport that put greater responsibility on national federations. Following an International Association of Athletics Federations council meeting, national federations will be divided into three categories with different obligations based on their level of success and the perceived risk of doping. “For too long the […] …

IAAF unveils new running event

IAAF flag (Reuters/NAN) The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) on Monday unveiled a new series of one-mile runs tagged “Run 24:1”, in 24 cities around the world to celebrate Global Running Day on June 6. Partnering with sports ministries, city governments, race organisers and member-federations around the world, the IAAF initiative

Sports ministry ready to pay back IAAF’s ‘missing’ grant

Sports ministry ready to pay back IAAF’s ‘missing’ grant

Athletics Federation of Nigeria, AFN president, Ibrahim Gusau and the Sports Ministry are making moves to ensure that the world athletics ruling body, IAAF was refunded the $150,000, that was mistakenly paid into the accounts of the AFN.
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Fasuba backs Middle East-bound sprinter, warns IAAF

Fasuba backs Middle East-bound sprinter, warns IAAF

Festus Abu Olusoji Fasuba  is backing Bamidele Emmanuel’s decision to switch his international allegiance to another country. The PUNCH exclusively reported on Tuesday that Emmanuel, who  is listed on the 37-man squad for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia,  left the national team’s camp in Port Harcourt ahead of the Games without permission. […] …

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