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August 21, 1991
The International Amateur Athletics Federation, which governs track and field, re-elected Italy's Primo Nebiolo to another four-year term as president.
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SPORTS
April 22, 1992
Primo Nebiolo, head of the International Amateur Athletics Federation, said he expected that South Africa's readmittance to international sports will be made official at an IAAF meeting in Toronto.
SPORTS
April 22, 1992
Primo Nebiolo, head of the International Amateur Athletics Federation, said he expected that South Africa's readmittance to international sports will be made official at an IAAF meeting in Toronto.
SPORTS
August 15, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Administrators in Johannesburg, South Africa, formally rejected the International Amateur Athletics Federation's invitation to compete in this month's World Championships in Tokyo. Joe Stutzen, joint chairman of the unified South African Amateur Athletics Assn., indicated that some administrators believe it is too soon for South Africa to return to international track and field, although the sport is racially integrated.
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January 21, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Athletics Congress was told Sunday not to allow world record-holders Butch Reynolds and Randy Barnes to compete in the United States for the time being. TAC had said Reynolds, the record-holder at 400 meters, and Barnes, shotput record-holder, would be allowed to compete in domestic events until their appeals process against suspension for drugs use is complete.
SPORTS
August 21, 1991
The International Amateur Athletics Federation, which governs track and field, re-elected Italy's Primo Nebiolo to another four-year term as president.
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