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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...

Solving the catastrophe of costs is on the International Federations

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PALM DESERT, Mar. 13, 2017 – As events implode around the world because of cost pressures, who has the ability to change the equation? The...

British idea could unlock real change for U.S. athletes

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PALM DESERT, Mar. 10, 2017 – A suggestion by the head of the British Olympic Association to some U.S. Olympic Committee staff members in...

European Track & Field taking a lesson from “The Untouchables”!

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PALM DESERT, Mar. 6, 2017 – Remember the Al Capone vs. Eliot Ness confrontation told in the 1987 hit movie, “The Untouchables”? The film offers...

Special Olympics World Games 2015: Last missing man found

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PALM DESERT, Mar. 3, 2017 – All’s well that ends well. So it is with the Special Olympics World Games 2015 in Los Angeles,...

Budapest withdraws, so why even have Games?

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PALM DESERT, Feb. 23, 2017 – The choices for the host city of the 2024 Olympic Games have now shrunk from five to two,...

A great weekend for American athletes; not so much for Budapest 2024

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PALM DESERT, Feb. 20, 2017 – An unimaginably great weekend for some star U.S. athletes and an unimaginably bad one for the folks running...

The 2024/2028 race could be decided this Saturday

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PALM DESERT, Feb. 16, 2017 – Los Angeles or Paris? 2024 or 2028? It might not come to that. Saturday is the deadline for the...

Lightning can strike twice: Paris and Los Angeles, part II

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PALM DESERT, Jan. 30, 2017 – Now it turns out that the International Olympic Committee has awarded more than one Olympic Games at a...

All about Russia, Chen and Chen and Supergirl!

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PALM DESERT, Jan. 23, 2017 – The Olympic Movement is tied in knots about what to do with Russia for the 2018 Olympic Winter...

Why can’t some Olympic sports use a calendar?

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PALM DESERT, Jan. 19, 2017 – Team sports draw bigger and bigger audiences as their seasons race toward a championship finish. Why can’t some...

Why boycotts hurt more than athletes: remembering Miruts Yifter

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PALM DESERT, Dec. 29, 2016 – Excitement in sport comes from competition, whether again the clock, or more often, against people. That’s why last week’s...

Anna van Brummen shows why sports is so great

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PALM DESERT, Nov. 14, 2016 – The power of sport to inspire was on full display this weekend as a fencing tournament in China...

Are World Championships irrelevant?

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PALM DESERT, Oct. 17, 2016 – Have the Olympic Games become so strong that the World Championships in each sport are now just another...

American gold: Neben and Rhode win World titles

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PALM DESERT, Oct. 13, 2016 – How about those American bikers and shooters, as 41-year-old Amber Neben shocked the cycling world with a World...

Future of the Games is now in Tokyo’s hands

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PALM DESERT, Oct. 6, 2016 – The shocking news that the cost of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games could surpass $30 billion has...

Doping: Best chance for an athlete’s union?

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PALM DESERT, Oct. 3, 2016 – Athlete anger about doping could create a new opportunity for Olympians to spread the “clean sport” message as...

Is Cycling insane, or am I?

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PALM DESERT, Sep. 29, 2016 – Cycling is a marvelous sport, but trying to keep up with it can drive you crazy. And we’re...

Sensational Sunday: Brady, Bekele and Team Europe!

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PALM DESERT, Sep. 26, 2016 – A fabulous sports Sunday saw American Brady Ellison win gold (and 20,000 Swiss francs), the greatest distance runner...

Can anyone stop Canada?

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PALM DESERT, Sep. 22, 2016 – Canada has looked unstoppable at the World Cup of Hockey, outscoring its three group-stage opponents by a lopsided...

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