French prosecutors have requested that disgraced former International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) President Lamine Diack be sentenced to four years in prison and fined €500,000 (£448,000/$562,000).
Diack admits he should have been more vigilant as IAAF President but denies knowledge of son's actions
Former International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) President Lamine Diack has admitted that he "unquestionably" should have been more vigilant during his time at the helm of the organisation.
Former International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) President Lamine Diack has criticised his son at his corruption trial in Paris, branding him "a thug."
Papa Massata Diack has requested the postponement of a trial where he and his father Lamine - the ex-President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) - are among the defendants, as two of his regular lawyers are unable to travel to Paris for the case.
The trial of former IAAF (International Association of Athletics Federations) President Lamine Diack, who has been accused of corruption, influence-trafficking and money laundering, has been moved back five days to June 8.
More years ago then I care to remember I was working as a young sub-editor on a British broadsheet newspaper when an agency reported that a spectator had been shot and wounded, thankfully not fatally, during a competition at Bisley, the famous UK shooting venue.
Russian race walker Sergey Bakulin, stripped of his 2011 world title for doping, has been handed an eight-year ban for a second offence.
Young film-makers from around the world are being invited to enter a mobile film competition on the theme of athletics.