World Athletics

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

World Athletics saw its revenue almost double and profits increase tenfold in 2021 as the sport’s international governing body was buoyed by a year that saw a strong return to international competition, i…

World Athletics has announced the postponement of the Nanjing World Athletics Indoor Championships, which were due to be held next March, until 2025 as a result of “ongoing pandemic conditions” in Chi…

BeIN Sports has struck a two-year deal for rights in Australia to all World Athletics events

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Network India has acquired exclusive media rights across the Indian subcontinent to the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Oregon

World Athletics has selected Tokyo to host its World Championships in 2025, with the Japanese capital beating rival bids from Nairobi, Silesia and Singapore

World Athletics president Sebastian Coe says he is concerned by waning fan interest in track and field within the United States but remains hopeful that the upcoming 2022 World Championships in Eugene,…

Tokyo's bid to host the World Athletics Championships in 2025 was confirmed yesterday (Wednesday), as Japanese officials welcomed an inspection team from World Athletics

SporTV, the pay-television broadcaster owned by Brazilian media group Globo, has acquired rights to the 2022 season of the Diamond League athletics series

Sport Singapore chief executive Lim Teck Yin sets out the vision for the city state's bid to host the World Athletics Championships in 2025. Kevin McCullagh reports.

The finals of the Diamond League athletics series will be held alternately in Zurich and Brussels between 2024 and 2027 following a decision by the league’s general assembly, World Athletics has announced.

The two Diamond League athletics events due to take place in China later this year have been cancelled because of the country’s quarantine requirements and travel restrictions, World Athletics has announced.

Lord Sebastian Coe discusses sports industry leadership with educational content series Sports Matters Academy.

World Athletics is to introduce mandatory sustainability requirements for events owned or sanctioned by the federation as part of its goal to transition to carbon neutrality by the end of the decade

Italian public-service broadcaster Rai has secured rights to World Athletics’ top-tier Diamond League series in a three-year deal running until 2024.

Sebastian Coe, the president of World Athletics, has mounted a robust defence of the organisation's ban on Russian and Belarusian athletes, saying "we couldn’t stomach the idea" of athletes competing f…

World Athletics has appointed sports retail and merchandise company Cube Partnership as the official master licensee for the federation and its World Athletics Series events until the end of 2025