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  Sebastian Coe, the mountains, the emails and
The IndependentSebastian Coe, the mountains, the emails and a staggering lack of self-awarenessThe IndependentThis will probably not sink him because the most likely alternative as IAAF president – Sergey Bubka with his egregious Russian connections – is a grim prospect. A far more attractive option is Svein Arne Hansen, the head of sport in Europe, who ...
Posted on 31 January 2017 | 11:19 am
  New emails indicate Seb Coe had been
Newstalk 106-108 fmNew emails indicate Seb Coe had been "aware" of "serious allegations"Newstalk 106-108 fmCoe, who won two Olympic golds and two silvers at the 1980 and 1984 Olympic games, was elected IAAF president in August 2015, replacing predecessor Lamine Diack in the role. The 58-year-old beat rival Sergey Bubka by 115 votes to 92 at the IAAF ...and more »
Posted on 31 January 2017 | 8:32 am
  Sergey Bubka to teach Mexicans how to jump
Firstpost (satire)Sergey Bubka to teach Mexicans how to jump the wall Trump is planning to makeFirstpost (satire)The wall may turn out to be totally useless as world renowned pole vaulter Sergey Bubka has come forward to help the Mexicans jump the wall as and when it is constructed. Mr. Bubka feels that If Russia can help a guy like Donald Trump to become ...
Posted on 29 January 2017 | 5:23 am
  Coe's evidence 'lacked credibility': Collins
Arab NewsCoe's evidence 'lacked credibility': CollinsArab News... termed 'friendly relations', claimed his interpretation of Coe's inaction at the time was he saw himself as the only savior of athletics and in order to do that he had to keep his head down and beat rival Sergey Bubka in the election to succeed ...
Posted on 10 January 2017 | 10:01 am
  An Open Letter to Seb Coe: Close the Record
Around the Rings (subscription)An Open Letter to Seb Coe: Close the Record Books of the Past -- Op-EdAround the Rings (subscription)However, at the Congress in 2009, IAAF president Lamine Diack argued that Sebastian Coe and Sergey Bubka's records could not be cancelled, that it would be mere heresy. The national federations and officials stayed silent, which brought us to the ...and more »
Posted on 4 January 2017 | 6:02 pm
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  Champions go head-to-head to lead sport in
BEIJING (Reuters) - Sergey Bubka and Sebastian Coe were pressing the flesh among IAAF Congress delegates on Tuesday in a final push for votes ahead of Wednesday's election for the next president of the governing body of athletics. The doping allegations ...
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 1:17 am
  Pole vault champion Barber follows
But he didn’t record a mark in a competition won by the great Sergey Bubka. George Barber has been a long-time coach for his son, who was born after the family moved to New Mexico. Shawn and his older brother, Braden, got a taste for the sport while ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 11:50 pm
  Sebastian Coe Vaults Past Sergey Bubka In
Beijing: Sebastian Coe was elected president of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) on Wednesday after beating Ukraine's Sergey Bubka by 115 votes to 92 in a ballot of the governing body's 50th Congress. (Athletics Federation of ...
Posted on 19 August 2015 | 5:22 pm
  In battle of former Olympic champions,
Beijing, China: Britain's Sebastian Coe beat Sergey Bubka in a tight vote to become the new president of world athletics body the IAAF today with a series of doping controversies at the top of his agenda. Coe received 115 votes to Bubka's 92, and will take ...
Posted on 19 August 2015 | 4:42 am
  Sebastian Coe elected as IAAF president
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Sebastian Coe was elected as the IAAF president Wednesday in China. The Brit, who won gold in the 1,500 meters at the 1980 and '84 Olympic Games, won the vote ahead of Ukrainian Sergey Bubka, a former pole-vault world champion.
Posted on 19 August 2015 | 4:28 am
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  konstantinrm3: RT @Kwebbelkop: While holding
k~*@stantinrm3: RT @Kwebbelkop: While holding the world record for pole vaulting 10 years straight, Sergey Bubka broke his own record 35 times. Never settl…
Posted on 26 March 2017 | 8:00 am
  crypticarrow: RT @Kwebbelkop: While holding
crypticarrow: RT @Kwebbelkop: While holding the world record for pole vaulting 10 years straight, Sergey Bubka broke his own record 35 times. Never settl…
Posted on 26 March 2017 | 8:00 am
  JoeSnethen1: RT @Kwebbelkop: While holding
JoeSnethen1: RT @Kwebbelkop: While holding the world record for pole vaulting 10 years straight, Sergey Bubka broke his own record 35 times. Never settl…
Posted on 26 March 2017 | 8:00 am
  sergey_bubka: Running fans will enjoy
sergey_bubka: Running fans will enjoy accommodati*(* background)& warm welcome #Kamnik #Slovenia @EuroAthletics Mountain runnin… https://t.co/EUtcme2EoL
Posted on 26 March 2017 | 8:00 am
  GeorgeGreat1999: RT @Kwebbelkop: While
GeorgeGreat1999: RT @Kwebbelkop: While holding the world record for pole vaulting 10 years straight, Sergey Bubka broke his own record 35 times. Never settl…
Posted on 26 March 2017 | 8:00 am
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  Open Question: Hey, I'm a prophet! Worship
Yesterday I prophesied that I would have toast for breakfast this morning. (Suspenseful music for ten seconds) This morning, I had toast for breakfast. (Cheesy 80s synthesized horn blasts) Yay and verily, I speak the truth, and you all know it in your hearts (plus, your standard of evidence is so low that I just cleared it like Sergey Bubka going over a traffic cone). (awed silence) Now get on your knees and start worshiping me. PS Atheists, sorry, you can't play this one. You're all too intelligent. Ghost of Christmas Past : I prophesied that you would write that. Razzle : Haven't heard that one before, so bonus points to you. LBBP : I'm a psychic (possibly psychotic, who knows) prophet. There has to be a rap song in there somewhere.
Posted on 15 August 2016 | 8:39 pm
  Resolved Question: How much money you think
I will participate in the 2012 olympic games in London. I will be running 3000m steeplechase and I'm confident about winning. In fact the golden medal is already in my pocket. But what I wanted to ask is if the worthless autographs that athletes are signing after a success, are gaining any value as years passing by. I'm thinking about constructing a website through which I will be selling the autographs and other products (like t-shirts and stuff with my face on). How does this idea sound to you. I will avoid beating the world record because I know that the bonuses are much higher in tournaments. Also I plan to follow my colleague's (and good friend) example Sergey Bubka and start beating the record by 1 second each time, in order to beat it numerous times and gain the maximum from.So to sum up, how much profit do you think that I can make out of this bussiness?
Posted on 18 April 2012 | 11:14 pm
  Resolved Question: How much profit do you
I will participate on 2012 olympic games in London. I will be running 3000m steeplechase and I'm confident about winning. In fact the golden medal is already in my pocket. But what I wanted to ask is if the worthless autographs that athletes are giving after a success, are gaining any value as years passing by. I'm thinking about constructing a website where I will be selling the autographs and other products (like tee-shirts and stuff with my face on) from. How does this idea sound to you. I will avoid beating the world record because I know that the bonuses are much higher in tournaments. Also I plan to follow my colleague's (and good friend) example Sergey Bubka and start breating the record by 1 second each time in order to beat it numerous times and gainthe maximum from.So to sum up, how profit do you think that I can make out of this bussiness?
Posted on 13 April 2012 | 1:38 am
  Resolved Question: I need some weight
Posted on 24 October 2011 | 9:03 am
  Resolved Question: What to do after a
Okay, so I am a "varsity" pole vaulter on my track team,but with the way I practiced today I feel like I don't belong. The other two guys on the team were practicing flawlessly while I was sucking it up. I mean like, straddling my pole on the way down and under-planting and even slipping on some attempts.The whole 9 yards... The coach was visibly upset at the way I was performing and he offered some advice, but it was to no avail. I am seriously considering quitting the track team. This is my first year on varsity and I really want to get a letter, but I'm clearly not on the other guys' levels. What should I do?
Posted on 14 March 2011 | 10:34 am



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