IAAF Daegu 2011
Professor Arne Ljungqvist with the IAAF team in Daegu 2011 Championships.
Professor Arne Ljungqvist visited the Dauegu 2011 World Champinships and witnessed the new World Record by Jamacan sprint team amongst other successful sports achievements. The championships was also successful in terms of anti-doping work, as it was the first time all participating athletes had to visit the doping control station prior to the games to leave a blood-sample for the biological blood pass, developed by the World Anti Doping Agency.
Usain Bolt anchored Jamaica to a new world record of 37.04 seconds as they won the men's 4x100m relay.
Professor Arne Ljungqvist interviewed by ESPN Korea.