Former global athletics boss Lamine Diack faces judgement day – Reports

Former global athletics boss Lamine Diack faces judgement day

The verdicts in the corruption trial of former global athletics chief Lamine Diack, his son and four others will be handed down in a Paris court on Wednesday.

The older Diack, an 87-year-old Senegalese, who was in charge of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), now renamed World Athletics, between 1999 and 2015, is charged with “giving and receiving bribes”, “breach of trust” and “organised money laundering”.

The prosecution alleged that Diack obtained $1.5…

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