All posts tagged "iaaf"
Running & Athletics News/ 4 years ago
Is it time for a trade union for athletes?
With the Diamond League announcing the cull of a wide range of events from it’s programme including the steeplechase, 5000m, 200m...
IAAF announces dual qualification for Tokyo 2020 and Diamond League changes
Tougher entry standards and the new world ranking system will be used for Toyko 2020 qualification, while the IAAF also announces...
IAAF to elect first female vice-president this year
The global governing body has added minimum gender targets into its constitution to establish parity at all levels. The IAAF has...
Launch of new IAAF world rankings system
The rankings system will not impact this year’s World Championships in Doha but will be the method to qualify for future...
Eliud Kipchoge named male world athlete of the year
The marathon world record holder and triple jumper Caterine Ibarguen receive the top IAAF awards in Monaco. Eliud Kipchoge and Caterine...
Budapest to host 2023 World Championships
The Hungarian Capital is a former host for the World Indoor and European Athletics championships. The IAAF announced on Tuesday (December...
IAAF to form close links with trail and mountain running
IAAF, ITRA and WMRA agree to a new partnership that includes a combined Trail and Mountain Running World Championships. At a...
Ireland/ 5 years ago
Leon Reid faces wait to compete for Ireland
The sprinter remains hopeful of representing Ireland at next month’s European Championships but must wait a bit longer after the IAAF...
Athletics calendar among topics discussed at IAAF Council meeting
Topics discussed on the second day of the 213th meeting of the IAAF Council included the global athletics calendar, revised hyperandrogenism...
World/ 6 years ago
Why was Morocco removed from IAAF doping ‘watch list’?
Underneath the announcement of the 2020 World Indoor Championships going to Nanjing, China – Morocco has been removed from the IAAF’s...