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PAN AMERICAN GAMES: U.S. overcomes Canada for Softball gold, dominates wrestling, fencing and swimming

Most of the competitions at the 2019 Pan American Games wrapped up on Saturday and the U.S. was in the thick of the action...

TSX DAILY: U.S. swimmers win 11 medals in one night; world record for Brady...

= TSX DAILY ~ 8 August 2019 = | 1. |  PAN AMERICAN GAMES: U.S. swimmers win six of seven events, score 11 medals in one session! USA Swimming...

LANE ONE: FINA asks for dismissal of International Swimming League and athlete suits

Following the cancellation of a high-profile swimming meet scheduled for last December, the new International Swimming League (ISL) filed suit against the international governing...

LANE ONE: Echoes of the failed Int’l Track Association in the new Int’l Swimming...

Being old does have some benefits. One of them – for as long as it lasts – is memory. When the International Swimming League (ISL)...

LANE ONE: Why is FINA trying to keep swimmers from making money at swimming?

If you listen to the leaders of the Olympic Movement, and especially International Olympic Committee chief Thomas Bach of Germany, you will hear –...

SWIMMING: Two anti-trust suits filed against FINA

The decision by FINA to implode the Energy for Swim meet in Turin, which had the interest and support of many top athletes in...

As Calgary considers 2026, why should it bid for the Winter Games?

TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 13, 2018: The Calgary City Council will re-consider the city’s bid for the 2016 Olympic Winter Games next week,...

As Calgary considers 2026, why should it bid for the Winter Games?

TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 13, 2018: The Calgary City Council will re-consider the city’s bid for the 2016 Olympic Winter Games next week,...

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