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IAAF Reform – Time for Change

IAAF Reform – Time for Change

The 22 Members Federations from the Oceania Area will have their turn this Friday to hear from President Lord Coe on the IAAF Reform on the Gold Coast, Australia. Oceania Athletics will be bring live updates through the OAA Facebook, Twitter and Facebook Live accounts throughout the meeting. Follow us from 11am AEST. As part of the weekend the OAA Council will also hold a meeting.

As part of the IAAF’s governance structure reform process, IAAF President Sebastian Coe and the Working Group on Governance Structure Reform (WGGSR) will embark upon a global roadshow throughout October and November.

Coe and the WGGSR will meet with member federations in each of the six areas to talk through the ‘Time For Change’ document, which explains in full the reform proposals, why they are important, how they fit with the IAAF’s overall vision, and the associated opportunities and benefits for the sport.

The roadshows will be focused on ensuring that there is a comprehensive understanding of the reform proposals ahead of the Special Congress on 3 December.

Roadshow dates
10 Oct – Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
12 Oct – Santiago, Chile
15 Oct – Funchal, Portugal
21 Oct – Gold Coast, Australia
27-28 Oct – Doha, Qatar
2 Nov – Johannesburg, South Africa

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