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TSX REPORT: Which marathon was better? 1:59:40 or 2:14:04? Plus a historic Worlds for...

= TSX REPORT ~ 14 October 2019 = | 1. |  LANE ONE: Two marathon milestones in two days, but which was better? 1:59:40 or 2:14:04? Kipchoge or Kosgei?  The...

BOXING: More judging issues as Russia leads the medal table at Women’s World Championships

The 11th edition of the AIBA women’s World Championships were a good one for the home team, but there was more judging controversy in...

TSX REPORT: Was holding the IAAF Worlds in Doha a good idea? The competition...

= TSX REPORT ~ 7 October 2019 = | 1. |  LANE ONE: Was the IAAF World Championships a success or failure in Doha?  The IAAF World Championships in Doha,...

BOXING Preview: Seven 2018 champions return for AIBA World Women’s Champs in Russia

The 11th edition of the AIBA Women’s World Championships are underway and in the early preliminary stages in Ulan-Ude (RUS) and will continue through...

BOXING: India’s hero Mary Kom wins sixth Women’s World title

With all of the tumult over boxing governance and its possible elimination from the Olympic program, a national hero came through with a record-setting...

BOXING: Finals being set in Women’s World Champs

The AIBA Women’s World Championships in New Delhi (IND) has reached the medal-deciding stage, with the first set of semifinals completed on Thursday and...

BOXING: India in hot water for refusing to admit Kosovo boxer for Women’s Worlds

While the AIBA Women’s World Championships are continuing in New Delhi (IND), the refusal of the Indian government to allow Kosovo boxer Donjeta Sadiku...

BOXING Preview: Women’s World Champs start in New Delhi

Ten days of boxing will decide the women’s World Champions for 2018 as the 10th edition of the women’s championships take place in New...

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