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De Vos seduced by Oregon’s sport-centric model for World Athletics Championships

WCH Oregon22 executive director Niels de Vos with World Athletics CEO Jon Ridgeon visit Hayward Field during it's renovation in January 2019. (Photo: WCH Oregon22).

Former UK Athletics chief executive Niels de Vos talks about his new role as executive director for the Oregon 2022 World Athletics Championships, and explains how the event is trying to pioneer a more cost-efficient and athlete-centric hosting model.

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