A letter from the university president to the Brown community read, "We have heard clearly from our community over the past couple of weeks that the University’s decision to transition men’s varsity track, field and cross country to club status will have real and lasting implications for efforts to build and sustain diverse and inclusive communities for our students at Brown, and particularly our community of black students and alumni."
Charged anti-doping chief Gabriel Dolle claims he was "betrayed" by Diack as he had agreed to let Russians serve suspensions "discreetly," not for them to be allowed to compete.
Last year a fencer and US hammer thrower Gwen Berry were both placed on a one-year probation after staging separate podium protests at the Pan American Games.
Williams set the Oregon state championship meet records in the 100m and 200m his sophomore year.
The race was not publicly announced in advance so there was no media and almost no spectators on the course. Eight men and seven women started the race.
Johnson became the first man to win the 200m and 400m at a single Olympics.
Lambert also says though that success of black athletes in sports is "used to whitewash the discrimination they face" outside sports.
Jakub Vadlejch threw 83.78m to win the javelin and Radek Juska lept 8.03m to take the LJ. Three-time world indoor 400m champ Pavel Maslak stepped down to win the 200m (20.82).
His results from July 2013 to July 2017 have been voided.
Dolle is on trial alongside Diack for accepting bribes to cover-up Russian doping.
Diack's lawyer claimed, “The fact financial exchanges took place is not enough on its own to prove corruption." He faces 10-years in jail if convicted.
Papa Massata's legal team requested a delay since they weren't able to travel due to coronavirus restrictions.