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IAAF bans Valentin Balakhnichev

“European Athletics has taken note of the decision by the IAAF Ethics Board to hand down a life ban today to, among others, Valentin Balakhnichev, former President of the All-Russia Athletic Federation (ARAF).” (Papa Massata Diack, former marketing consultant to the IAAF, and Alexei Melnikov, former Chief ARAF Coach for long distance walkers and runners, […]
Doping – Time-to-Run Europe

Anti-doping : IAAF and UCI Comparisons are Misleading

Antidoping – In response to a number of media inquiries into comparisons between the annual expenditure of the IAAF and the world governing body of cycling UCI, we would like to underline a number of facts for the record. IAAF expenditure on Anti-doping At the risk of sounding repetitive by reiterating what we have said […]

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IAAF strongly rejects anti-doping allegations

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The IAAF takes the anti-doping allegations published by The Sunday Times and ARD very seriously and has investigated them thoroughly. [Read more…]

Cheats exposed from Helsinki 2005

Nadzeya Ostapchuk

Nadzeya Ostapchuk

No matter how slowly the wheels may turn when it comes to catching cheats, the mere fact that it is happening shows that even after a period of 8 years there can still be justice.

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has re-tested a selection of doping samples collected at the 2005 IAAF World Championships, Helsinki, Finland, from a wide range of disciplines and nations, and the results have revealed a further six adverse findings. [Read more…]