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Aug 13, 2019
PT Usha appointed Athletes Commission member of Asian Athletics Association; former sprinter calls it 'great honour 'The 55-year-old Usha, who was the leading sprinter of her time in Asia, will be one of the six members of the AAA Athletes Commission, to be headed by 1992 Olympics gold medallist hammer thrower Andrey Abduvaliyev of Uzbekistan.
Jul 28, 2018
India's javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, sprinter Hima Das to take part in IAAF Continental CupThe Asian Athletics Association (AAA) selected seven top Indian athletes to represent Asia-Pacific Team in the International Association of Athletics Federation Continental Cup, an event competed among the season's top rankers from the regional associations.
Jun 03, 2015
Suresh Kalmadi conferred with Asian athletics top awardKalmadi has been conferred with the Asian Athletics Association President's award for his contribution towards the development of athletics in the continent
Jun 01, 2015
CWG-accused former IOA Secy Lalit Bhanot elected as VP of Asian Athletics AssociationScam-tainted former IOA Secretary General Lalit Bhanot was today elected vice-President of the Asian Athletics Association (AAA) in polls held in Wuhan,China.
Mar 17, 2015
Believe it: Suresh Kalmadi inducted as Asian Athletics Association Life PresidentKalmadi, who was jailed and later released on bail in connection with the 2010 Commonwealth Games scam, was nominated for the honorary post at the 80th Council Meeting of the AAA in Jakarta on March 12.
Jul 01, 2013
Kalmadi has 'no issues' about being ousted from AAAThe loss ended the veteran administrator's 13-year reign at the helm.
Jul 01, 2013
Kalmadi ousted as AAA president after 13 yearsIt was a close fight though -- Kalmadi went down 18 to 20 votes with 7 invalid votes.
Jun 28, 2013
CSI condemn Kalmadi's attempt to become president of Asian Athletics AssociationCSI national convener B V P Rao said that this attempt of Kalmadi is a clear violation of Code of Ethics of IOC (International Olympics Committee), which prohibits such tainted persons from holding any position in any sports body.