ATHLETICS | National Association of Athletics Administrations

 SPORT ATHLETICS
 AFFILIATE National Association of Athletics Administrations
 PRESIDENT Ephraim SERRETTE
 SECRETARY Dexter Voisin
 CONTACT Phone: 679-3276 / Fax: 636-7877
 MAILING ADDRESS Ato Boldon Stadium, Balmain Couva 
 EMAIL tri@mf.iaaf.org
 WEBSITE http://www.ttnaaa.org

Trinidad and Tobago’s Tonya Nero will be on the streets of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, tomorrow night (TT time), bidding for an Olympic berth. Nero is among thousands of runners entered in the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon, and will set off on her 26.2-mile journey at 10.30 p.m.

Read more: Nero bids for Olympic berth

Sebastian Coe today said he had "no suspicions" about Lamine Diack, the man he replaced as President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), after being called to task for praise he heaped on the now disgraced Senegalese.

Read more: Coe insists he had "no suspicions" about IAAF predecessor Diack

International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe has vowed to restore trust and credibility in the sport, outlining several key timelines to achieve the goal when announcing his roadmap for the future of athletics.

Read more: IAAF President Coe pledges to restore trust in athletics in detailed roadmap for future of sport

Quartermiler Machel Cedenio has expressed shock having been named as the T&T Olympic Committee’s (TTOC) choice for Sportsman of the Year 2015.

Read more: Cedenio: TTOC award is my best Christmas gift

Machel Cedenio is on the rise. The 20-year-old 400-metre sprinter followed up his 2014 Junior Sportsman of the Year award with the senior equivalent at the gala last Tuesday evening, however one cannot help but feel that this is just the beginning for the young sprinter.

Read more: Cedenio eyeing medals in Rio*

ATLANTA — When Candace Hill became the fastest teenage girl the United States has ever clocked, sprinting 100 meters in 10.98 seconds in June, she was suddenly good enough not only to qualify for next summer’s Rio Olympics, but also to potentially win a medal there. Now, at age 16, she has become the youngest track athlete in the United States to turn professional.

Read more: 16-Year-Old Sprints Right Into Professional Track

International Association of Athletics Fedeations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe needs to start introducing new policies to deal with doping and corruption as soon as possible to start restoring everyone's trust in the sport, four-time Olympic gold medallist Michael Johnson warned today.

Read more: Restoring athletics' credibility has to be Coe's priority, warns Michael Johnson