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LANE ONE: Bach beams as IOC’s Athletes’ Commission issues athlete protest regulations for Tokyo...

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In late 1981, International Olympic Committee President Juan Antonio Samaranch sent a letter to German fencer Thomas Bach and others, stating “I have decided...

LANE ONE: The top stories coming in 2020, part 1: Showdowns coming in Tokyo!...

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The calendar has turned and we are now in the Olympic year of 2020. But although the Tokyo Games will be the top story...

TSX DAILY: Ready for an international College Football Playoff? ~ Tokyo Sport Climbing faves...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 22 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  UNIVERSITY SPORT: FISU slowly moving toward college vs. college championship matches Fans of American collegiate sports...

AQUATICS Panorama: Best line from the Gwangju Worlds came from Katie Ledecky

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As the FINA World Aquatics Championships wrapped up in Gwangju (KOR), the best line of the meet might have been this tweet from American...

AQUATICS: U.S. finishes World Champs with two world records and three more golds, but...

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One of the oldest lines in show business is “it’s not how you start, it's how you finish” and the U.S. women put on...

LANE ONE: Suddenly, the awards ceremonies are the most interesting part of the FINA...

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It’s pretty hard for Americans to follow the FINA World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju, Korea thanks to the time zone differences, but the swimming...

SWIMMING: King continues mastery of Efimova and defends 100 m Breast world title

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The most public feud in swimming today has to be between breaststroke stars American Lilly King and Russia’s Yuliya Efimova, who between them own...

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