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IAAF president Diack applauds Bolt street race

LONDON – World athletics head Lamine Diack is acutely aware of the need to promote his sport beyond its traditional boundaries and showcase exciting talents such as Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt.

LONDON  – World athletics head Lamine Diack is acutely aware of the need to promote his sport beyond its traditional boundaries and showcase exciting talents such as Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt.

In an interview after visiting the London 2012 Olympic sites, Diack expressed his enthusiasm for last month’s 150 metres street race in Manchester, in which Bolt set a world best…..READ MORE

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