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TSX INTEL REPORT: IAAF takes lead, and UCI joins, on transgender regulations; WADA chief-to-be...

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≡ TSX INTELLIGENCE REPORT ~ 7 November 2019 ≡ ● LANE ONE ● IAAF taking the lead in transgender regulation, working with other IFs on testosterone levels It...

TSX INTEL REPORT: More events to be moved from Tokyo due to heat? Here...

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= TSX INTELLIGENCE REPORT ~ 1 November 2019 = ● LANE ONE ● IOC moves Tokyo marathons and walks, but are there still more events to be moved? The International...

THIS WEEK: Tokyo qualifying on the line at Baseball Premier 12; cycling and fencing...

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Winter doesn’t always mean snow and ice, as the World Cup seasons for Track Cycling and Fencing begin this week. Plus a major qualifying...

TSX DAILY: Let the lobbying start for new sports in 2028 ~ Heat-stroked French...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 20 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  GAMES OF THE XXXIV OLYMPIAD: LOS ANGELES 2028: Let the (sports) lobbying begin  The International Olympic...

LANE ONE: Agenda 2020 and the future of Baseball, Softball and other sports trying...

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The 21 February announcement that Skateboarding, Sport Climbing, Surfing and Breakdancing were the requested additions to the program of the 2024 Olympic Games by...

THE BIG PICTURE: Paris 2024 asks for four added sports: three from 2020, one...

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The International Olympic Committee went back to the past when it allowed Tokyo 2020 to propose added sports for its program, as used to...

BASEBALL: Mexico edges Japan, 2-1, in men’s U-23 World Champs

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A two-run single by centerfielder Fabricio Macias in the top of the 10th inning was the difference as Mexico upset favored Japan, 2-1, to...

BASEBALL: Japan breezes to sixth straight women’s World Championship

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Chinese Taipei had given five-time defending champion Japan its toughest game in the women’s Baseball World Cup, losing by 2-1 in the Super Round....

BASEBALL: Japan, Canada and Chinese Taipei ahead in women’s World Champs

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The women’s World Baseball Championships entered the playoff round with Japan continuing as the only undefeated team in the tournament with a 3-0 win...

BASEBALL: Japan and U.S. on collision course in women’s World Champs?

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The recent women’s World Softball Championships ended in a classic showdown between Japan and the United States – in Japan – with the U.S....

BASEBALL Preview: Japan tries for sixth straight women’s Baseball world title

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The seventh edition of the women’s Baseball World Cup is underway in Viera, Florida, with Japan looking for its sixth consecutive win in the...

Four repeat winners at U.S. Track Cycling Nationals

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Four of USA Cycling’s 2017 national champions made it to the top step of the podium at the 2018 national track championships at the...

Was the 2028 Olympics or the Dodger pennant the top 2017 sports moment in...

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TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 10, 2018: What was the no. 1 moment in sports in Los Angeles in 2017? The award of the...

Could U.S. Olympic athletes use an All-Star Game of their own?

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PALM DESERT, Apr. 19, 2017 – Way back in 1933, Chicago Tribune sports editor Arch Ward was asked for suggestions on how to promote...

Olympic ice hockey on the verge of melting?

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PALM DESERT, Mar. 24, 2017 – The commissioner of the National Hockey League says “people should assume” that its players will not participate in...

World Baseball Classic: The U.S. is finally in the final!

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PALM DESERT, Mar. 22, 2017 – For years, Major League Baseball executives have been hoping the U.S. team would win the World Baseball Classic...

Paris AND Los Angeles: Finally on the table

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PALM DESERT, Mar. 20, 2017 – The rumors and whispers are over. The International Olympic Committee now has a working group to formally consider...

Good baseball thinking, bad Russian budgeting and the Special Olympics

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PALM DESERT, Mar. 17, 2017 – The World Baseball Classic is slowly but surely winning over fans, players and even managers who see its...

EXTRA: Our updated, 530-event Olympic sport calendar for 2017

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PALM DESERT, Mar. 15, 2017 – The International Olympic Committee lists 42 sports on the program of the Olympic Games and 15 more for...

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