The Latest: VTB says end of IAAF deal not related to doping

LONDON (AP) The Latest from the IAAF investigation (all times local):

11:30 a.m.

VTB first deputy president Vasily Titov says the end of the partnership deal with governing body of track and field is not related to the Russian doping scandal.

Titov tells the RIA Novosti news agency ''it has run out … We think that all the goals have been achieved regarding this. We have not planned to extend (the contract). No, it's not linked to the doping scandal in any way.''

VTB is majority owned by the Russian government.

11:10 a.m.

In the wake of the doping scandal, the governing body of track and field says Russian bank VTB has decided not to renew its partnership deal.

The IAAF says ''VTB has expressed no interest to extend its present contract, the last event of which was the IAAF World Championships in Beijing. The contract will come to a natural end in 2015.''

VTB became the first Russian company to sign a sponsorship contract with the IAAF in 2006.