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World Athletics sets big goals for United States

The recent World Athletics Championships at Hayward Field stadium in Oregon. (Photo by ANP via Getty Images)

Jon Ridgeon, World Athletics' chief executive, details the plan to expand fan interest in the United States in the sport. Shawn Medow reports.

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