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WEIGHTLIFTING: China dominates in Pattaya as word records set in nine classes

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The 2019 World Weightlifting Championships was a historic one, no doubt, with a dominant performance by China and world records for the combined lift...

TSX DAILY: California bill to allow college athletes to be paid may kill Olympic-sport...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 26 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: The U.S.'s unequaled collegiate Olympic-sport programs may be heading to implosion, starting in...

TSX DAILY: Russia acknowledges Tokyo participation in jeopardy, but RUSADA held blameless; Coe re-elected...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 26 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LEADING OFF: While Russia may be suspended, anti-doping agencies come to the aid of RUSADA  A...

TSX DAILY: WADA confirms Russian doping inquiry on data “discrepancies”; Nye and Rogers in...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 24 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LEADING OFF: Russian doping data “discrepancies are not random” per AIU  The World Anti-Doping Agency confirmed...

WEIGHTLIFTING: Sensational 1-2 finish for Katie Nye and Mattie Rogers in Worlds 71 kg!

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When the entry lists for the 2019 World Weightlifting Championships were finalized, the women’s 71 kg division was the one where U.S. hopes were...

TSX DAILY: WADA report shows steady progress, but Center for SafeSport is overwhelmed; fifth...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 20 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: World Anti-Doping Agency report shows progress, but SafeSport needs more help right now Earlier...

WEIGHTLIFTING: Amazing Om wins fifth World title in Pattaya; Egypt banned for youth doping...

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The International Weightlifting Federation World Championships opened on Wednesday in Pattaya (THA) with a huge field of lifters and a brilliant performance by one...

WEIGHTLIFTING Preview: China looks to defend 2018 team title at 2019 Worlds

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A massive field of 606 lifters from an even 100 countries has gathered in Pattaya, Thailand for the International Weightlifting Federation World Championships. But...

THE BIG PICTURE: Thailand to skip Olympic weightlifting to atone for eight Worlds positives

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Weightlifting has become a favored sport in Thailand, especially after the 2016 Olympic Games, in which Thais won four medals, including golds in the...

WEIGHTLIFTING: China takes seven wins, 19 medals at IWF World Champs

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There’s no question that the 2018 World Weightlifting Championships in Ashgabat (TKM) will be remembered for China’s dominance and the avalanche of world records...

WEIGHTLIFTING: China dominating IWF World Champs

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It’s still not a fair comparison since the Eastern European teams which caused so much grief for the International Weightlifting Federation are not yet...

WEIGHTLIFTING: China’s Deng claims fourth IWF world title

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The International Weightlifting Federation’s 2018 World Championships continues in Ashgabat (TKM), with China’s Wei Deng continuing her dominance with a fourth world title, winning...

WEIGHTLIFTING: Avalanche of world records at IWF World Championships

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Changing weight classes always creates a tsunami of new world records and with the International Weightlifting Federation moving from eight to 10 classes for...

WEIGHTLIFTING Preview: Crucial World Championships start in Ashgabat

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Although the International Weightlifting Federation has worked vigorously to change its status as a center of doping, it’s not cleared yet by the International...

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