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first_imgBy Mitch Phillips | MONACO(REUTERS)-Russia’s athletics ban will run into 2017 and may include the August world championships after a Task Force monitoring the nation’s anti-doping programme refused yesterday to put any dates on a “road map” for a return.Rune Andersen, the Norwegian heading the independent Task Force, reported to the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Council that there had been areas of progress but many issues still needed clarifying in the new year.IAAF president Sebastian Coe said the Council felt “comforted” the changes had come about as a result of the decision to ban the Russians but recognised that athletics still had work to do to regain the trust of the public.“This is a pretty important week in the history of our sport,” said Coe who will present a series of radical governance reforms to a special Congress meeting on Saturday.“I do not want this sport to return to the grotesque stories that even over the last few days we’ve been waking up to,” he added, in reference to recent allegations of more corruption in the organisation under its previous leadership.The Russian Federation (RUSAF) was banned in November 2015 after an independent World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) probe exposed state-sponsored doping on a massive scale.The suspension was upheld earlier this year, ruling almost all Russian track and field athletes out of the Rio Olympics.On Thursday, Andersen indicated there was a chink of light for the country, one of the super-powers of athletics.“RUSAF has made further progress since June including anti-doping education modules and securing the co-operation of the Russian criminal authorities and parliament in criminalising the supply of doping products,” he told a news conference.“But one of the key remaining issues is how to demonstrate the IAAF and RUSADA (Russian Anti-Doping) will be able to carry out testing without interference which is a key part of their reinstatement.McLAREN REPORT“The Task Force will go to Moscow in January to assess the response to part two of the McLaren report on Dec. 9 and to monitor progress.”Richard McLaren, co-author of the independent WADA report, is due to release the second part of his findings in London next week.Andersen said the Task Force would report back to Council in February when it hoped to “identify a clear road map” for Russia’s return.However, he declined to give any further likely timeframe and it appears unlikely the nation will be in the frame for the European indoor championships in Belgrade in March.Earlier yesterday, Russian President Vladimir Putin used his state of the nation address to say he thought effective measures would be in place early in the new year.“I am sure the so-called doping scandal will allow us to create the most advanced system of righting this evil in Russia,” Putin said.“I assume the national programme of counter-acting doping will be ready as early as the beginning of next year.”Today, the IAAF will announce the winners of the male and female athlete of the year awards while Saturday’s Congress is to discuss and almost certainly improve Coe’s radical shakeup of the organisation.Those changes, geared towards making the IAAF more accountable and transparent and establishing an independent integrity unit, will be debated against a backdrop of more allegations of massive corruption by Coe’s predecessor Lamine Diack and his son Papa Massata Diack.Both men are being investigated by French prosecutors for alleged corruption and money-laundering and have been accused of accepting bribes to cover up positive doping tests and influencing the award of hosting rights for major events.last_img read more


first_imgHarmon TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall                    201 E. Harvey, Wellington Oxford Township                        (includes Oxford City)Oxford Lions Club Building                                  116 N Sumner, Oxford Eden TownshipConway Springs United Methodist Fellowship Hall  411 S. 8th, Conway Srpings Valverde TownshipOxford Lions Club Building                                  116 N. Sumner, Oxford London TownshipPeck Community Building                                               706 E. 119th St., Peck Caldwell City – 1st WardCaldwell Community Building                              119 E. First Ave., Caldwell Osborne Township          (includes Mayfield City)Mayfield Grocery Store Annex                               101 N. Osborn Ave., Mayfield Mulvane CityMulvane Emergency Services Building                    910 E. Main, Mulvane Downs TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall                    201 E. Harvey, Wellington Walton TownshipGeuda Springs Community Activity Building          206 S. 2nd, Geuda Springs Sumner TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall                    201 E. Harvey, Wellington Palestine TownshipBelle Plaine High School                                      820 N Merchant, Belle Plaine Guelph TownshipSouth Haven Community Building                                    207 S. Main, South Haven Caldwell TownshipCaldwell Community Building                              119 E. First Ave, Caldwell Morris TownshipArgonia City Bldg                                               210 S. Main, Argonia Ryan Township              (includes Milan City)Milan Community Building                                  205 S. Monroe, Milan Voting locations for NATIONAL & STATE ELECTIONS Belle Plaine Township     (includes Belle Plaine City)Belle Plaine High School                                      820 N. Merchant, Belle Plaine Conway Township    (includes Conway Springs City voters north of Parallel Street, but not Osterhouts)City Building                                                     208 W. Spring, Conway Springscenter_img Chikaskia TownshipCaldwell Community Building                              119 E. First Ave. Caldwell Jackson TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall                    201 E. Harvey, Wellington Bluff TownshipCaldwell Community Building                              119 E. First Ave. Caldwell by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Listed below are the three most hotly contested races in next week’s Kansas State Primary. Sumner Newscow is conducting a straw poll on the races where there is opposition:•The Republican primary battle in Sumner County District 3 between incumbent Cliff Bales of Oxford and challenger Jason Boyd of South Haven;•The 80th State Representative District Republican race between incumbent Kasha Kelley of Arkansas City and challenger Andrew Lawson of Arkansas City;•The U.S. House Fourth District Republican primary race between Mike Pompeo and Todd Tiahrt.   The polls listed below are not scientific, but have proven to be a reliable barometer of the general mood of the electorate going into election booth. Use this information at your discretion.In order to make this information as accurate as possible, we urge you to vote only in the polls for those that appear on your ballot next Tuesday or with advanced voting. Maps for the District 3 Commissioners race and the 80th District State Representative race are featured below with the poll question.We will be featuring a District 3 Commissioner forum on Friday.Polls in Sumner County are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Information about voting locations are as follows: Avon TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall                    201 E. Harvey, Wellington Illinois TownshipConway Springs United Methodist Fellowship Hall  411 S. 8th, Conway Springs Falls TownshipCaldwell Community Building                              119 E. First Ave., Caldwell South Haven Township    (includes South Haven and Hunnewell Cities)South Haven Community Building                                    207 S. Main St., South Haven Gore TownshipMulvane Emergency Services Building                    910 E. Main, Mulvane Dixon Township             (includes Argonia City)Argonia City Building                                         210 S. Main, Argonia Springdale Township       (includes Osterhouts or those Conway Springs City voters south of Parallel Street))Conway Springs United Methodist Fellowship Hall  411 S. 8th, Conway Springs Wellington TownshipRaymond Frye Complex                                       320 N. Jefferson, Wellington Greene TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall                    201 E. Harvey, Wellington Seventy-Six TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall                    201 E. Harvey, Wellington Caldwell City – 2nd WardCaldwell Community Building                              119 E. First Ave., Caldwell Creek TownshipArgonia City Building                                         210 S. Main, Argonia Wellington CityRaymond Frye Complex                                       320 N. Jefferson., WellingtonFollow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (3) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +7 Vote up Vote down CHANGE · 315 weeks ago Bales is a snake in the grass. His only achievement while being in office has been getting the county appraiser out… has he done anything since then? NO. During his forum on July 10th he insulted the audience by saying ( more that once) he didn’t want to go into detail about what he had accomplished because, we the audience, wouldn’t understand. That seems pretty silly if he is running for US THE PEOPLE, THE COUNTY. Educate yourselves voters. Do the people a favor and do not vote Bales. Report Reply 0 replies · active 315 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down dusty · 315 weeks ago Well he has done one other thing screwed up the countys heath insurance plan.What a joke he pulled when he got rid of blue cross and blue shield of Kansas.Bales its time for you to step down. Report Reply 0 replies · active 315 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down Citizen · 314 weeks ago Dusty, thank you for posting that comment. AMEN. To many people outside of the infrastructure that weren’t affected by what he had done are uninformed. 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