Lamine Diack has resigned as an honorary member of the International Olympic Committee.
The resignation came Wednesday, a day after the former IAAF president was provisionally suspended by the IOC executive board.
Diack was placed under investigation by French authorities last week on charges of corruption and money-laundering related to the cover-up of Russian doping cases.
Diack served as a full IOC member for 15 years until 2014, when he reached the mandatory retirement age of 80 and became an honorary member. The Senegalese official stepped down in August as president of the IAAF after 16 years in charge of track’s governing body.