USOC’s reformation attempt with gymnastics is only its latest NGB adventure

TSX HEADLINES – for December 10, 2018: If the United States Olympic Committee is successful in removing USA Gymnastics as the U.S. National Governing Body for that sport, the USOC is likely going to have to run gymnastics for a while, perhaps through the 2020 Olympic period. A problem? Well, the USOC has had a (more…)

USOC’s reformation attempt with gymnastics is only its latest NGB adventure

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Walking in parallel, the IOC and USOC are reworking their power over Olympic sports

TSX HEADLINES – for December 5, 2018: They didn’t plan it this way, but the International Olympic Committee and the United States Olympic Committee are walking, side-by-side, down two lanes of the same path. Both are now trying to figure how to discipline – or dismiss – two of their affiliated sports federations: the International (more…)

Equestrian’s answer to a Games in distress: Bigger isn’t better

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) (more…)

Equestrian’s answer to a Games in distress: Bigger isn’t better

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This is the season to be thankful … you are not Yury Ganus

Yury Ganus, Director General of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (Photo: TASS)TSX HEADLINES – for November 23, 2018: The Thanksgiving holiday period is a time for Americans to reflect on all that has gone right, and what lies ahead. One thing anyone connected with the Olympic Movement can be thankful is that they are not Yury (more…)

This is the season to be thankful … you are not Yury Ganus

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As the 2020 Olympic Games draw near, Tokyo is suddenly the problem

TSX HEADLINES – for October 22, 2018: The Winter Games are done and with the summer “World Championships” season almost over, the focus is turning to the Tokyo Games in 2020. And that’s a problem for the Olympic Movement. After the excesses of Beijing in 2008 and the reported $51 billion spent in Sochi for (more…)

As the 2020 Olympic Games draw near, Tokyo is suddenly the problem

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