The Association of Athletics Managers (AAM) is a group of the world's leading managers in Athletics (Track and Field, Road Running, Marathons, Cross-Country) who represent the majority of the top athletes in the world.
The organization was founded in 2006 to improve the professional status of the sport of athletics on a worldwide basis. The AAM works closely with all the major stakeholders in the sport including the IAAF, Member Federations, Meeting Organizers, Race Directors, Sponsors, Media and Athletes.
Double world and Olympic champion Mo Farah has confirmed that his race at the Müller Anniversary Games on Sunday 9 July 2017 will be his last at the IAAF Diamond League fixture in the British capital. [more]
2015 World Championship bronze medallist Laura Ikauniece-Admidina is among the planet’s finest heptathletes, a status she underscored with her fourth place finish at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in August. Here the Latvian multi-eventer devotes some time to respond to our IAAF First Impressions series questions. [more]
Dan Lawson of Great Britain and Swede Maria Jannson won the 21st IAU 24 Hour European Championships in Albi, France, on Sunday (23). [more]
Priscah Jepleting Cherono and Julius Chepkwony Rotich produced dominating performances to claim a Kenyan double at the 31st edition of the Venice Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, on Sunday (23). [more]
Kenya’s world champion Peres Jepchirchir kept her stellar 2016 momentum alive with a convincing victory at the Valencia Trinidad Alfonso Half Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race on Sunday (23). [more]