# Sebastian Coe

This year
World Athletics says transgender women no longer allowed to compete in female events
World Athletics president Sebastian Coe said the organisation had consulted with various stakeholders about the issue.
Transgender women no longer allowed to compete in athletics - Coe
Coe said World Athletics had consulted with various stakeholders about the issue.
Last year
'Biology trumps gender' - Coe hints athletics may follow swimming in banning transgender women
The World Athletics president has suggested that the sport may change its rules regarding transgender athletes.
All time
Coe: Postponing Olympics saves athletes from mental turmoil
The World Athletics President believes the decision to postpone the Games had to be made.
More controversy awaits as running steels itself for Nike's latest shoe revolution
The Alphaflys will make their debut at the US Olympic trials this weekend, exposing the weak leadership of World Athletics.
Britain's Sebastian Coe re-elected IAAF president
The former Olympic and world champion middle-distance runner won the vote unopposed.
'You don't replace Muhammad Ali' - Coe blasts Usain Bolt 'obsession'
Sebastian Coe insisted life will go on without the Jamaican as the 2018 Commonwealth Games take place.
'It was driven by money' - Irish Olympian Barr backs changes to clamp down on switching nationality
The 400m hurdler believes new measures on the way from the IAAF are ‘a step in the right direction’.
Sebastian Coe's evidence 'lacked credibility'
Damian Collins, a Conservative Party politician, is not satisfied with the world athletics supremo’s recent comments.
Rowing hero Gary O'Donovan holds Irish flag as 'marvellous' Rio flames out
A rollercoaster fortnight mixed off-field hitches with compelling sporting drama.
'There's been nobody since Muhammad Ali who's got remotely near to what this guy has done'
IAAF president Sebastian Coe is a big fan of Usain Bolt.
IAAF chief Sebastian Coe steps down as paid Nike ambassador due to 'conflict of interest'
The former Olympian had previously resisted calls for him to sever ties with the American sports brand.
Usain Bolt win reverberates in anti-doping fight
“We build people up to break them down, that’s just human nature.”
‘99% of our athletes are clean'
28 track and field athletes were suspended by the IAAF last week after samples from the 2005 and 2007 world championships were retested.
British Olympic gold winner becomes new IAAF President in wake of doping controversies
Coe likened his victory to celebrating the birth of his four children.
Stephen Fry compares Putin to Hitler, calls for Olympics to be moved from Russia
The author, comedian and activist says Russia should be stripped of its right to hold the games over its passing of anti-LGBT laws, which criminalise those who engage in “gay propaganda”.
Coe says venues are 'stuffed to the gunnels' as public get angry over empty seats
Olympic sponsors Atos, British Airways, Coca-Cola, EDF, McDonalds and Thomas Cook have all issued statements denying that they were responsible for failing to take up ticket allocations.
London 2012: Head of security firm admits 'humiliating shambles'
The head of security firm G4S admits his company will be thousands of staff short – and will need government help.
Where did I park that stadium? Olympic venue gets test run
Seb Coe and a healthy dollop of armed police officers were on hand for the trial day at London 2012 headquarters.
Guess who Seb Coe has tipped to win the most medals at the Olympics (hint: not Ireland)?
The two-time 1,500-meter Olympic champion has laid his cards on the table.
London 2012 chairman backs Dublin visit for Olympic torch
Sebastian Coe said a symbolic visit to the Republic “would speak eloquently and powerfully for sport”.