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The IAAF has renegotiated a controversial contract with Dentsu agreed by its former president Lamine Diack. SportBusiness has seen a copy of the agreement and a letter from the IAAF's lawyer in which he describes some of the 'unusual provisions'. Ben Cronin reports.

A consulting firm working for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic bid committee paid $370,000 (€315,196/£289,227) to Papa Massata Diack, the controversial son of former IOC member and World Athletics president Lamine Di…

World Athletics registered a loss of $17.42m (€14.71m/£13.58m) in 2019, further eating into its cash reserves in the year before the Covid-19 pandemic struck the sports industry.

A new union called the Athletics Association has emerged to represent the interests of track and field athletes around the world after widespread changes were made to the format of the Diamond League athletics…

World Athletics has stated it ambition to double its number of commercial partners, align its hosting protocols with the needs of cities and broaden the mass participation components of its business in…