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IAAF chief Coe says amid French inquiry that Eugene games award just

LONDON (Reuters) - World athletics head Sebastian Coe said on Thursday the award of the 2021 world championships to the U.S. city of Eugene without a bidding process was perfectly legitimate, after French prosecutors announced an investigation of the decision.

France probes awarding of Eugene, Oregon world championships

PARIS (Reuters) - The controversial decision to award the 2021 athletics world championships to the U.S. city of Eugene is being investigated by France's national financial prosecutors as part of a wide-ranging probe into the sport's governing body.

France probes awarding of Eugene world championships

PARIS (Reuters) - The controversial decision to award the 2021 athletics world championships to the U.S. city of Eugene is being investigated by France's national financial prosecutors as part of a wide-ranging probe into the sport's governing body.

Singapore police re-arrest alleged match-fixer Tan - report

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singaporean police have again arrested alleged match-fixer Dan Tan, almost a week after a court in the city state freed him from more than two years of detention, the state-owned Channel NewsAsia (CNA) reported on Tuesday.

FIFA criticises Singapore's decision to free suspected match-fixer

ZURICH (Reuters) - FIFA is "very disappointed" at Singapore's decision to free Dan Tan Seet Eng, named by the Interpol as "the leader of the world's most notorious match-fixing syndicate".

IAAF Party falls flat as doping dominates agenda

MONACO (Reuters) - There was an uneasy, faintly embarrassed atmosphere around the Fairmont Hotel on Monte Carlo's seafront on Wednesday, in stark contrast to previous years when the suits and the spikes of world athletics have come together to celebrate their sport.

Coe under fire for support of Eugene world championships

LONDON (Reuters) - The head of world athletics Sebastian Coe faced fresh allegations about his involvement in the controversial award of the 2021 world championships to the American city of Eugene on Tuesday, but insisted he had acted fairly throughout.

Kenya government talks with athletes angry at graft, doping

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's government met athletes to discuss their grievances on Tuesday, as runners occupied the athletics federation building for a second day, protesting against corruption and doping allegations engulfing their sport at home and abroad.

Russia proposes its athletes compete under Russian Olympic flag to evade ban

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Sunday it would ask the world athletics body to allow its athletes to compete under an Olympic banner rather than the Russian flag to circumvent a ban, but the idea was quickly brushed aside by the International Olympic Committee.

Russia faces ban from athletics for widespread doping offences

GENEVA (Reuters) - Russia could be banned from international athletics, including the 2016 Olympic Games, after an anti-doping commission report on Monday alleged widespread corruption and collusion that added up to a state-sponsored drugs culture in a sporting superpower.