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TSX DAILY: As U.S. swimmers collect 11 more medals, what is the future for...

= TSX DAILY ~ 9 August 2019 = | 1. |  LANE ONE: Lima has done well, but what is the future of the Pan American Games? After some...

HEARD AFTER HALFTIME: Diack indictment shows corruption on a grand scale; USA Synchro tries...

News, views and noise from the non-stop, worldwide circus of Olympic sport: ● Athletics ● The German ARD network managed to obtain a copy of...

HEARD AFTER HALFTIME: Not so fast on Australia for 2032, no racing at all...

News, views and noise from the non-stop, worldwide circus of Olympic sport: ● Games of the XXVth Olympiad ● International Olympic Committee chief Thomas Bach...

EQUESTRIAN: Ageless Werth dominates World Cup Dressage Final for sixth career win

When the subject of the all-time greatest equestrian riders is discussed, Germany’s Isabell Werth has to be right near the top, as she demonstrated...

LANE ONE: The LA 2028 venue plan continues to shift, along with the rest...

Over its history, the one constant in Los Angeles has been change. The city has grown, morphed and been re-shaped by business, culture, its...

EQUESTRIAN Preview: Werth and Madden to defend World Cup Final in Dressage and Jumping...

The climactic annual competitions in the worlds of Dressage and Jumping come this weekend in Goteborg (SWE) with the FEI World Cup Finals, as...

LANE ONE: Equestrian’s answer to a Games in distress: Bigger isn’t better

You don’t usually find much equestrian coverage in The Sports Examiner. Its regional or worldwide international competitions are limited in view of the costs...

EQUESTRIAN: Belgium wins second Nations Cup Final in four years

The annual FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final in Barcelona (ESP) was more difficult than ever this year, with a challenging course that saw Belgium...

EQUESTRIAN Preview: Dutch defending Nations Cup Jumping title in Barcelona

Yes, the World Equestrian Games just finished in North Carolina, but the Show Jumping world is now anticipating the annual FEI Jumping Nations Cup...

EQUESTRIAN: Lessons from the World Equestrian Games

The World Equestrian Games concluded on Sunday in Mill Spring, North Carolina, completing a hectic two weeks of activity that started with housing problems...

EQUESTRIAN: U.S. takes Team Jumping at World Equestrian Games

Although it had a soggy start, the 2018 World Equestrian Games roared to the finish with a terrific Jumping competition at the Tryon International...

EQUESTRIAN: Team Jumping on Friday in World Equestrian Games

The quadrennial World Equestrian Games are heading toward the finish with the classic Jumping competitions now underway at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in...

EQUESTRIAN: British sweep Eventing in World Equestrian Games

The worst of the weather has passed and competition resumed at the World Equestrian Games at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring,...

EQUESTRIAN: Werth, weather dominate World Equestrian Games

Germany’s Isabell Werth continued a quarter-century of domination of Dressage at the World Equestrian Games at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring,...

EQUESTRIAN: Hurricane Florence impacting World Equestrian Games

The World Equestrian Games at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina is underway, but already suffering from the effects of...

EQUESTRIAN Preview: World Equestrian Games starting in North Carolina

The entire equestrian world only gets together twice every four years, once at the Olympic Games and once at the World Equestrian Games, being...

Biathlon raid shows the Russian question is not going away

TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 16, 2018: Austrian authorities raided the office of the International Biathlon Union in Salzburg last week and Norwegian police...

484 events you need to know about during the rest of 2018

TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 11, 2018: Forget the Winter Olympics and the FIFA World Cup and this is still a very busy year...

After 125 years, time to say “Thanks, Baron” one more time

PALM DESERT, November 24, 2017 – This Saturday will mark 125 years since a 29-year-old Frenchman named Pierre de Coubertin proposed that the Olympic...

It really doesn’t pay to be a gymnast

PALM DESERT, October 2, 2017 – The FIG World Championships in Artistic Gymnastics are set to start Monday evening in Montreal in the historic...

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