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TSX DAILY: Iran’s Mollaei not seeking German asylum (yet); Coleman cleared of doping issue...

≡ TSX DAILY ~ 3 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LEADING OFF: Judo chief Vizer in public Q&A while Mollaei is in own German apartment,...

JUDO Panorama: Amazing #AskVizer session, Mollaei not asking for asylum in Germany

A day following the close of the 2019 World Judo Championships in Tokyo, Japan, International Judo Federation chief Marius Vizer (AUT) took questions for...

TSX DAILY: Iranian hatred of Israel sends its judo world champ to Germany; U.S....

≡ TSX DAILY ~ 2 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE:  Iran’s policy vs. Israel costs it a World Champion as Mollaei heads to...

LANE ONE: Iranian hatred of Israel sends its own World Champion fleeing to Germany

If this story was offered as a movie concept, it would be rejected as too wild, too fanciful to be believed. But truth is...

LANE ONE: Judo’s fear of gambling means no one knows who is competing in...

The International Judo Federation has a reputation for efficiency and thoroughness, both traits endemic to that sport. It has a comprehensive World Tour, continental championships,...

THE BIG PICTURE: Iran’s judo federation pledges not to discriminate against Israel … maybe

All credit to the International Judo Federation, which has consistently championed the right of all countries – notably Israel and Kosovo – to compete...

LANE ONE: International Paralympic Committee to Malaysia: no Israel, no World Championships

It has not been lost on observers of the Olympic Movement that if you want to find an organization with a disciplinary backbone, look...

JUDO: Israel competes in Abu Dhabi, leads medal table

The headline from most international sports competitions comes from the results. But the story of the IJF Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi (UAE) was...

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