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TSX DAILY: Track & field fans who want the sport to be more popular...

≡ TSX DAILY ~ 23 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: If you think track & field could once again be a high-profile sport,...

TSX DAILY: The life of a triple Olympic champion includes “I just fainted, and...

= TSX DAILY ~ 13 August 2019 = | 1. |  ATHLETICS: Tianna Bartoletta’s odyssey now includes anemia If you read her resume, you’d think Tianna Bartoletta would have...

LANE ONE: You want transparency? Look to World Rowing and you will see it,...

There has been much made of the lack of transparency, not to mention outright secrecy or deceit within the International Federations which govern sports...

ROWING: More wins for Oceania – four for Australia and two for New Zealand...

The third and final World Rowing World Cup of 2019 was immediately a victim of difficult wind conditions in Rotterdam (NED), but when the...

ROWING: Wide-open World Cup action concludes with a massive field in Rotterdam

The final FISA World Cup of 2019 takes place in conjunction with the Holland Beker Regatta in Rotterdam (NED) from Friday through Sunday, with...

ROWING: Three wins each for Australia and New Zealand, including the return of Emma...

Two teams that came a long way to compete in the second World Rowing World Cup in Poland left with the most trophies: Australia...

ROWING Preview: Good fields, including U.S. women’s eights, at second World Cup in Poland

The second of three stages of the World Rowing World Cup is in Poznan (POL) this week for a full program of events beginning...

ROWING: Four wins for Dutch boats, three for Poland in opening World Cup in...

The first of three World Cup regattas turned into a showcase for the men’s Polish team and the Dutch women’s squad, who came away...

ROWING Preview: World Cup circuit starts in Plovdiv with 157 entries from 24 nations

There are only three World Rowing Cup events, held one per month as a lead-in to the annual World Rowing Championships, with the first...

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...

LANE ONE: The strange case of rowing, Los Angeles and the 1932, 2012, 2016...

The International Olympic Committee has trumpeted the benefits of its Agenda 2020 reform program, one of the first initiatives undertaken by then-new IOC President...

ROWING: Chile wins six in Pre Pan Regatta

Results information is now complete from the qualifying meet for the Pan American Games rowing competition held in Rio de Janeiro (BRA), and Chile...

ROWING: U.S. women return to top in World Eights

The United States women’s Eights ruled the rowing world for an amazing 11 years running, but with a new and inexperienced crew, finished fourth...

ROWING Preview: Manson in focus at FISA Worlds in Bulgaria

The climax of the world rowing season will be the FISA World Championships in Plovdiv (BUL), starting on Sunday and running all next week,...

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