International Association of Athletics Federations

 
Semenya verdict ‘beyond absurd’
Semenya verdict ‘beyond absurd’
Professor Steve Cornelius couldn’t find the right words after hearing of the decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to reject Caster...
Caster runs into trouble again
Caster runs into trouble again
Caster Semenya’s future in athletics has once again been called into question after a recent study, jointly funded by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) and the World Anti-Doping Agency, found that women athletes with high levels of testosterone have a...
Doping: Russia is definitely not alone
Doping: Russia is definitely not alone
Have you heard the one about the athletics coach who gets tipped off by his local airport whenever anti-doping staff land? Or the lab with the...
Mass doping claims could taint Rio Olympics
Mass doping claims could taint Rio Olympics
Australian Olympic champion Sally Pearson said on Wednesday that she fears the Rio Games next year will be tainted by drugs, as she lashed out at...
'Visionary leadership' continues to elude ASA
'Visionary leadership' continues to elude ASA
The past few years have been messy for Athletics South Africa (ASA). In 2011 its then-president Leonard...
ASA appoints seven-member ad hoc committee
ASA appoints seven-member ad hoc committee
Athletics South Africa appointed a seven-member ad hoc committee on Monday to run the sport for the next three months.
London, Doha go head-to-head for 2017 athletics
London, Doha go head-to-head for 2017 athletics
London or Doha will be named 2017 world athletics championships hosts by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) on Friday....
Blade Runner at ease despite critics
Blade Runner at ease despite critics
Despite his trailblazing success at the World Athletics Championships in Daegu, Oscar Pistorius knows he still hasn't convinced everyone he belongs...
No change to false start rule, insists IAAF
No change to false start rule, insists IAAF
The false start rule will not be changed, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) insisted on Sunday, despite the furore that...
Pistorius plans to work harder
Pistorius plans to work harder
Oscar Pistorius admits he has a lot of work to do as he turns his focus towards next year's London Olympic Games.
Relay conditions on Pistorius meant to 'avoid danger'
Relay conditions on Pistorius meant to 'avoid danger'
Double amputee Oscar Pistorius will have to run the first leg for South Africa should he wish to take part in the 4 x 400m relay at the World...
Blade Runner Pistorius's dream comes true
Blade Runner Pistorius's dream comes true
With his final attempt, South African double amputee Oscar Pistorius qualified for August's world championships by smashing his 400m personal best...

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