How the IAAF scandal has affected Ghana athletics

Iaaf Athletics The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), the world’s governing body for the sport of athletics which has it headquarters in Monaco,has been faced with the dilemma of cleansing itself after the eruption of various scandals that the organization has encountered. In November 2015, World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) published its report, which found “systemic failures” in the IAAF had prevented an “effective” anti-doping program and concluded that Russia should be banned from competing in international competitions because of its athletes’ test results.The report continued that “the IAAF allowed the conduct to occur and must accept its responsibility” and that “corruption » Read More

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