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.
Fresh from winning the men’s and women’s races respectively at the London Marathon, world record-holder Wilson Kipsang and two-time world champion Edna Kiplagat have signed up to compete at the Mattoni Olomouc Half Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, on June 21. [more]
The Nagano Olympic Memorial Marathon is a race unlike any other marathon in Japan. It has both an elite and a mass field, but what makes the IAAF Bronze Label Road Race unique is that it also invites several retired special guests to compete. [more]
It has been 12 years since an Italian woman won a senior medal at the IAAF World Race Walking Cup, but young talent Eleonora Giorgi could be the athlete to end that drought. [more]
Evelyn Furtsch, part of the gold-medal-winning US 4x100m team at the 1932 Olympics, turned 100 years old on Thursday (17), becoming the first female Olympic champion in athletics to live for a century and the oldest living track and field Olympic gold medallist. [more]
Nine world champions and four Olympic gold medallists are among the galaxy of international track and field stars announced on Wednesday (16) for the 2014 Shanghai IAAF Diamond League on 18 May, the 10th anniversary of China’s leading international athletics meeting. [more]