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International Association of Athletics Federations

LC control no.no2005093264
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Corporate name headingInternational Association of Athletics Federations
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Variant(s)IAAF (International Association of Athletics Federations)
See alsoPredecessor: International Amateur Athletic Federation
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Successor: World Athletics (Organization)
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Other standard no.148709621
Beginning date2001
Ending date2019
Associated countryMonaco
LocatedMonaco (Monaco)
Address6-8, Quai Antoine 1er BP 359 MC 98007 Monaco Cedex
Field of activityTrack and field
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Found inIts Official handbook, 2002/2003: title page (International Association of Athletics Federations) cover (IAAF)
Its Official handbook, 2000/2001: title page (International Amateur Athletic Federation)
World Athletics website, March 2, 2020: home page (World Athletics) Inside World Athletics (On 17 July 1912 in Stockholm, Sweden, following the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in the Swedish capital, the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) was founded as the world governing body for the sport of track and field athletics; IAAF's name changed in 2001 to International Association of Athletics Federations and then again in 2019 to World Athletics; international sport federation; Monaco has been home to World Athletics since October 1993, after more than 30 years in Sweden (1912-1946) and more than 40 years in the UK (1946-1993); headquarters: 6-8, Quai Antoine 1er, BP 359, MC 98007 Monaco Cedex)
Associated languageeng