South African Athletics

ASA board 'willing to quit'

2013-11-16 21:44
Athletics (File)

Johannesburg - Athletics South Africa (ASA) board member Andre Gobey apologised to a group of protesting athletes on Saturday for the state of the sport.

He claimed the executive members would resign their posts if necessary to get the embattled federation back on track, but suggested the board could mend its broken ties and put an end to the internal conflict which resulted in the federation's suspension from the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc).

"We're still going to have the financial problems and we're still going to have two groups in athletics."

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