TSX HEADLINES – for November 26, 2018: The World Equestrian Games is designed to be a showcase for all of the equestrian disciplines and bring all sectors of the sport together, once every four years.

But in 2018, under difficult conditions in Tryon, North Carolina, the event had problems and the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) now has to decide what it is going to do with the event, first staged in 1990.

Kill it? Modify it? Re-arrange it? Find out how the FEI approached the problem of its own Games which had grown too big, too expensive and too much trouble to handle.

We have the details in our Lane One commentary, plus a very busy weekend of action covered in our 29-page issue:

(1) THE TICKER: Looks like U.S. Soccer has found the new head coach for the men’s national team and the Olympic Movement avoids a major incident as Taiwan voters opt to maintain the “Chinese Taipei” designation for its athletes.

(2) THE BIG PICTURE: The newest bombshell in the sex-abuse scandal engulfing USA Gymnastics is about what the United States Olympic Committee knew as far back as 1994! Is the U.S. Congress listening to this?

(3) ALPINE SKIING: Another World Cup Slalom win for the amazing Mikaela Shiffrin, who came through for a huge crowd at Killington, Vermont on Sunday!

(4) ARCHERY: Ready for a 14-year-old American shooting star? Casey Kaufhold from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, won the opening event of the World Archery Indoor World Cup in Luxembourg!

(5) FIGURE SKATING: World Champion Nathan Chen of the U.S. came from behind to lead a 1-2 finish with Jason Brown at the Internationaux de France in Grenoble, and clinch his spot in the ISU Grand Prix Final!

This issue includes 20 SCOREBOARD reports on Alpine Skiing ~ Archery ~ Badminton ~ Boxing ~ Cross Country ~ Figure Skating ~ Football ~ Freestyle Skiing ~ Gymnastics ~ Hockey ~ Judo ~ Luge ~ Nordic Combined ~ Ski Jumping ~ Snowboard ~ Speed Skating ~ Table Tennis ~ Taekwondo, plus AGENDA, our exclusive calendar of upcoming international events!

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