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TSX REPORT: Athlete’s rights seems like a good idea, but for which athletes and...

≡ TSX REPORT ~ 21 October 2019 ≡ ● LANE ONE ● Two conferences and two different views of “athlete’s rights”  Two conferences taking place almost simultaneously 7,745 miles...

TSX REPORT: U.S. men’s soccer team posts 1st loss to Canada in 34 years;...

≡ TSX REPORT ~ 16 October 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LEADING OFF: Canada beats U.S., 1-0, for first time since 1985 in CONCACAF Nations League...

TSX REPORT: Which marathon was better? 1:59:40 or 2:14:04? Plus a historic Worlds for...

= TSX REPORT ~ 14 October 2019 = | 1. |  LANE ONE: Two marathon milestones in two days, but which was better? 1:59:40 or 2:14:04? Kipchoge or Kosgei?  The...

TSX REPORT: The USOPC issues relaxed athlete ad guidelines for Tokyo; U.S. women win...

≡ TSX REPORT ~ 10 October 2019 ≡ (Never fun to have computer trouble, but it happens and we lost a couple of days. But...

LANE TWO: An apology, and some schedule changes for The Sports Examiner

Apologies to those looking for the TSX Report for Tuesday, 8 October in their e-mail inbox. It’s never a pleasure to experience computer issues,...

TSX REPORT: Was holding the IAAF Worlds in Doha a good idea? The competition...

= TSX REPORT ~ 7 October 2019 = | 1. |  LANE ONE: Was the IAAF World Championships a success or failure in Doha?  The IAAF World Championships in Doha,...

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