World Athletics president Sebastian Coe is adamant he has broken no rules in the face of claims over the weekend that he has a conflict of interest in his business dealings.
An investigation in the Daily Telegraph pointed to concerns that CSM Sports and Entertainment, a company for which Coe is Executive Chairman, had profited from deals with Japanese conglomerate Dentsu, which owns World Athletics’ commercial rights.
Member of Parliament, John Nicolson, who sits on the digital, culture, media and sport committee, has called for a parliamentary enquiry, but Coe has defended his position.
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