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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U.S. Olympic Committee drops the hammer on USA Gymnastics, but also on itself?

TSX HEADLINES – for November 7, 2018: The news that United States Olympic Committee chief executive Sarah Hirshland started the process to remove USA Gymnastics as the National Governing Body for the sport in the U.S. was warmly welcomed in some quarters, but this is not going to be a quick or easy process. The (more…)

U.S. Olympic Committee drops the hammer on USA Gymnastics, but also on itself?

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Elite U.S. athletes won’t like this: average USOC grant in 2017 was $9,404

TSX HEADLINES – for September 3, 2018: The United States Olympic Committee released its annual report and financial and tax statements for 2017, detailing more than $213 million in revenues and almost the same in cash expenses. Hidden in all the numbers and charts were the grants made directly to athletes last year and the (more…)

Elite U.S. athletes won’t like this: average USOC grant in 2017 was $9,404

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Tokyo and Paris sign mutual-cooperation accord, but will they really cooperate?

TSX HEADLINES – for July 13, 2018: With considerable fanfare, the chief executives of the Tokyo 2020 organizing committee and Paris 2024 committee signed a Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation in various areas to help ensure the success of both Games. It’s a good idea, but will these organizations – and beyond them, the Los (more…)

Tokyo and Paris sign mutual-cooperation accord, but will they really cooperate?

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