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The IOC reinstated Russia; now the athletes will have their say

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TSX HEADLINES – for Mar. 16, 2018: The quick reinstatement of the Russian National Olympic Committee by the International Olympic Committee, there were plenty...

When will the Int’l Paralympic Committee give its athletes the spotlight?

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TSX HEADLINES – for Mar. 12, 2018: With considerable fanfare, the heads of the International Olympic Committee and the International Paralympic Committee signed an...

An “A” for PyeongChang now, but the grade may be revised later

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TSX HEADLINES – for Feb. 26, 2018: The PyeongChang Games are over, so how good were they? There are still a lot of questions to...

Will Olympic waste lead the IOC to the same ending as “War Games”?

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TSX HEADLINES – for Feb. 21, 2018: Remember the 1983 movie “War Games” with Matthew Broderick as the teenager who hacks into the U.S....

What do you do with an unrepentant relative? The IOC’s continuing Russian dilemma

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TSX EXTRA – for Feb. 12, 2018: It’s not unusual to have a relative who just won’t cooperate with the rest of the family....

EXTRA: Elegant Opening Ceremony starts the XXIII Olympic Winter Games

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TSX EXTRA – for Feb. 9, 2018: There was cold, but there was also drama in a neat, compact Opening Ceremony in PyeongChang, Korea...

The IOC takes a holiday from sport to work on politics

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TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 22, 2018: The International Olympic Committee took a break from worrying about the technical details of the upcoming PyeongChang...

Your Winter Games TV guide, continued: 24 events to watch in week two

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TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 19, 2018: NBC will offer you the entire Olympic Winter Games from Korea if you want it, but no...

The top stories of 2017 – part 2: Glory, greed, drugs and surprises

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TSX HEADLINES – for Dec. 28, 2017: This was the year that Usain Bolt retired, but not the way he envisioned. Mo Farah won...

Ho Ho Ho: The top stories of 2017, a tumultuous year in Olympic sport

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TSX HEADLINES – for Dec. 25, 2017: This has been anything but a tranquil year in international sport, mixing great performances with uneasy politics,...

Putin’s “tough response” if Russia is banned from 2018 has nothing to do with...

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PALM DESERT, December 4, 2017 – The International Olympic Committee’s Executive Board is scheduled to decide whether Russia will be allowed to compete in...

How the Oswald Commission is finding Russian athletes guilty of doping

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PALM DESERT, December 1, 2017 – The International Olympic Committee’s Disciplinary Commission – better known as the Oswald Commission – has been handing down...

Is this the last week that FloJo will be a world-record holder?

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PALM DESERT, November 20, 2017 – The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) will hand out its annual awards this coming Friday in Monaco....

Who makes more: Track stars or World Cup skiers?

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PALM DESERT, November 17, 2017 – Alpine skiers have to be the princes and princesses of the Olympic-sport world, don’t they? Training and competing at...

Individual justice vs. collective responsibility, or is it the IOC vs. the IAAF?

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PALM DESERT, November 13, 2017 – Over the next four weeks, both the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF)...

The cheapest, most undeserved gold medal in Olympic history

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PALM DESERT, November 10, 2017 – What will happen to the Russian team at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Korea? Will the International Olympic...

German court will hear challenge to IOC’s sponsor exclusivity Rule 40

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PALM DESERT, October 30, 2017 – Very few athletes can quote chapter and verse from the Olympic Charter, the rulebook of the International Olympic...

Coming soon: the sports marketing spectacle of the 21st Century … or a train...

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PALM DESERT, October 27, 2017 – The 2028 Olympic Games have been awarded to Los Angeles. The 2026 FIFA World Cup could be assigned...

Triathlon star Katie Zaferes is all about being prepared

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PALM DESERT, October 25, 2017 – American triathlon star Katie Zaferes finished second at the Triathlon World Series Grand Final this year and is...

Sebastian Coe says track & field has to be radical to stay relevant; how...

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PALM DESERT, October 9, 2017 – Olympic middle-distance icon Sebastian Coe was elected to head the international federation for track & field in 2014....

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