Seb Coe re-elected as president of International Association of Athletics Federations

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) have re-elected Seb Coe as president of the organisation, according to Sport Business.

The president of the IAAF will serve for the next four years after being re-elected in at the 52nd IAAF congress in Doha, Qatar, though he was the only candidate up for the role.

This is the 62-year-old’s second stint in the role since taking over from Lamine Diack as president in 2015 after previously chairing the organising committee for the 2012 Olympic Games in London, and even serving as chairman of the British Olympic Association.

Coe’s been re-elected along with Ximena Restrepo, a former Colombian 400m runner, who will be IAAF’s first ever female vice-president.

Newley elected council members include Hiroshi Yokokawa, Antti Pihlakoski, Anna Riccardi, Nan Wang, Adille Sumariwalla, Nawal El Moutawakel, Abby Hoffman, Sylvia Barlag, Alberto Juantorena, Willie Banks, Raul Chapado, Dobromir Karamarinov and Beatrice Ayikoru.

The IAAF World Championships get underway in Doha this Friday.

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