Major changes are coming for the sport of track and field as the National Association of Athletics Administrators (NAAA) moves to modernise its operations, as well as that of its member clubs says newly re-elected president Ephraim Serrette.
With these new guidelines for the NSO’s operations in place, Serrette said plans to revise the NAAA 17-member executive downward are coming in preparation for the implementation of its corporate structure.
But that’s not all. The NAAA, like other national track and field bodies around the world, will move to adopt a four-year term of office for officers; the model used by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
The present life of an NAAA executive was three years. Of equal importance to the NSO was educating its stakeholders on a new vision for the sport and the protection of its athletes, too, especially those seeking to develop their athletic prowess overseas.