CEO of British Athletics, wants to see more black coaches and administrators

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Joanna Adams.jpgJo Coates, photo by British Athletics

Jo Coates, the new CEO of British Athletics, is trying to give the federation a new start, and we look forward to seeing what she can implement.

BIRMINGHAM (GBR): Joanna Coates, the chief executive of British Athletics, wants to see more black coaches and administrators applying for top roles in the sport. "This is the new start for this sport," she said. "We need a proper plan for this organisation, a proper plan for events. You will see change." The federation is hiring a new performance director and head coach. From mirror.co.uk.

Jo Coates is the new CEO of UK Athletics. To understand and appreciate where UK Athletics is going, please check out Stuart Weir's 4 part interview of the new CEO of UK Athletics.

1. Jo Coates, Interview, 1/4, by Stuart Weir

https://www.runblogrun.com/2020/05/new-ceo-of-uk-athletics-jo-coates-the-runblogrun-interview-part-14.html

2. Jo Coates, Interview, 2/4, by Stuart Weir

https://www.runblogrun.com/2020/06/jo-coates-ceo-of-uk-athletics-part-24-the-runblogrun-interview.html

3. Jo Coates, Interview, 3/4, by Stuart Weir

https://www.runblogrun.com/2020/06/jo-coates-ceo-of-uk-athletics-part-34-the-runblogrun-interview.html

4. Jo Coates, Interview, 4/4, by Stuart Weir

https://www.runblogrun.com/2020/06/jo-coates-ceo-of-uk-athletics-part-4-the-runblogrun-interview.html

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