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FENCING Preview: U.S.’s Imboden headlines Second Foil Grand Prix in Anaheim

Two high-quality fields of 190 men and 147 women are lined up to compete in the second Grand Prix in Foil at the Anaheim...

FENCING: Bronzes for Massialas and Kiefer and U.S. wins men’s Team Foil in Cairo

The U.S. had a strong showing in the Pharoah’s Challenge tournament in Cairo (EGY) and came away with three medals, including a team gold. Rio...

FENCING: No. 1-ranked Imboden leads U.S. entries at Cairo Foil World Cups

The fourth Foil World Cup of the season will be held in Cairo (EGY) for both men and women, with individual competition on Friday...

FENCING: Imboden regains no. 1 ranking with win in Turin Grand Prix

The international fencing schedule features three Grand Prix events during the season, the most highly-prized tournaments outside of the World Championships for many fencers. That...

FENCING Preview: First Grand Prix in Foil ready in Turin

The first of three Grand Prix events in the Foil discipline will begin on Friday in Turin (ITA), for the Trofeo Inalpi, at the...

FENCING: World Champs Borel and Beljajeva win Epee Grand Prix; bronze for U.S.’s Hoyle

The first Grand Prix of the 2018-19 FIE season saw two familiar faces at the top of the podium, as reigning World Champion Yannick...

FENCING: No. 1s Foconi and Deriglazova win, while U.S. earns five Foil medals

The American Foil teams are among the best in the world and they were showcased as the FIE World Cup circuit resumed in Europe with competitions in Paris (FRA) and Katowice (POL). At the Challenge International de Paris, Italy’s top-ranked Alessio Foconi confirmed his top ranking with tight, 15-12 wins over Americans Race Imboden in […]
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The high costs of being a professional athlete … even for an Olympic...

TSX HEADLINES – for July 18, 2018: Trying to make a living in track & field – or most Olympic sports for that matter – is hard … even for a three-time Olympic gold medalist. American Tianna Bartoletta, who became World Champion in the long jump way back in 2005 and won two Olympic golds […]
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The high costs of being a professional athlete … even for an Olympic...

TSX HEADLINES – for July 18, 2018: Trying to make a living in track & field – or most Olympic sports for that matter – is hard … even for a three-time Olympic gold medalist. American Tianna Bartoletta, who became World Champion in the long jump way back in 2005 and won two Olympic golds […]
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City of L.A. planning a light show for the 2028 Games; is that...

TSX HEADLINES – for May 21, 2018: The chief of the Bureau of Street Lighting for the City of Los Angeles is already planning for the 2028 Olympic Games. Really? Why? Some of the concepts under consideration include changing some of the City’s 220,000 light poles to accommodate message boards and electric-vehicle and mobile phone […]
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City of L.A. planning a light show for the 2028 Games; is that...

TSX HEADLINES – for May 21, 2018: The chief of the Bureau of Street Lighting for the City of Los Angeles is already planning for the 2028 Olympic Games. Really? Why? Some of the concepts under consideration include changing some of the City’s 220,000 light poles to accommodate message boards and electric-vehicle and mobile phone […]
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The future of Olympic sport isn’t on television, or is it?

TSX HEADLINES – for May 16, 2018: Your beautiful new, flat-screen television is about to become useless for watching Olympic sports. The move to online streaming is picking up steam. NBC is in on it in cycling, track & field and other sports and the exploding FloSports network now has two dozen sports on offer […]
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The future of Olympic sport isn’t on television, or is it?

TSX HEADLINES – for May 16, 2018: Your beautiful new, flat-screen television is about to become useless for watching Olympic sports. The move to online streaming is picking up steam. NBC is in on it in cycling, track & field and other sports and the exploding FloSports network now has two dozen sports on offer […]
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Can Weightlifting survive?

PALM DESERT, Oct. 24, 2016 – It’s no secret that weightlifting is one of the sports that will be closely examined to determine whether it should remain part of the Olympic program. With nearly 50 positives in re-tests from the 2008 and 2012 Olympics, is it worth keeping in the Games? We see welcome changes […]
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