Former head coach and UKA's first performance director Malcolm Arnold says this is "the most worried" he's ever been about the state of the sport and that UKA has failed in supporting UK athletes and coaches.
Insiders think the BBC is only willing to pay a fraction of what it currently pays for the rights to broadcast elite track in the UK (the current deal was set in 2013) because of the declining popularity of the sport and recent UKA controversies.
There was the fallout from the Alberto Salazar/NOP scandal which saw performance director Neil Black resign and then the backlash UKA received for almost hiring Zara Hyde-Peters as CEO despite allegations about her husband. *2nd article
A leading public-health specialist in Britain criticized Tokyo 2020 for outright ruling out cancelling the Games.
Clark will become an adviser while interim CEO Nic Coward will take over as chair.
*The Telegraph: More Upheaval For UKA As Chairman Chris Clark Quits
The world U18 200m record holder talks about juggling school and sports, Olympic hopes and racing Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce at this weekend's Glasgow Indoor GP.
Blake's best time since he ran his 9.69 PB in 2012 is a 9.90 he ran in 2017.