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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,...

VOLLEYBALL: Men’s World Cup nears halfway with Brazil and U.S. standing 1-2

The 14th edition of the FIVB men’s World Cup is underway in Japan and nearing the halfway point, with Brazil and the United States...

VOLLEYBALL: China sets record with fifth Women’s World Cup win; U.S. second at 10-1

Over the course of two weeks of play and 66 matches, it ended up that the one that counted most came last Monday (23rd)...

VOLLEYBALL Preview: Women’s World Cup starts with U.S.-Kenya on Saturday

The quadrennial FIVB World Cup begins for women on Saturday (14th) and continues through the 29th, with the men to follow from 1-15 October. This...

TSX DAILY: Terrific Pan Am Games close in Lima, with clouds ahead, while Biles...

= TSX DAILY ~ 12 August 2019 = | 1. |  LANE ONE: What did we learn from the Lima Pan Ams? It’s going to get harder going forward Any...

VOLLEYBALL: U.S. squeezes by Bulgaria, qualifies for Tokyo 2020 on women’s qualification weekend

There were six winners in six countries who punched their tickets for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Volleyball tourney on Sunday, but only one had...

VOLLEYBALL: Women’s Olympic qualification weekend has U.S. vs. Argentina, Bulgaria and Kazakhstan in Shreveport

With the Women’s Nations League completed and the U.S. confirmed as the top team in the world, the business of Olympic qualifying is on...

VOLLEYBALL: U.S. men host FIVB Nations League Final in Chicago, but Brazil is favored

The U.S. men’s National Team had a modest 9-6 record in the round-robin portion of the 2019 FIVB men’s Nations League, finishing in sixth...

VOLLEYBALL: U.S. comes back from 0-2 deficit to win second straight Women’s Nations League...

“I’m proud of us and how we made a lot of nice changes throughout the match and come up with a win. “Being down 0-2...

HEARD AFTER HALFTIME: WADA chief Reedie says he is “unsure” of winning against doping

News, views and noise from the non-stop, worldwide circus of Olympic sport: ● Doping ● Britain’s Craig Reedie is the elected head of the World...

VOLLEYBALL: U.S. loses two, but advances to final round in women’s Worlds

The hard matches finally came in the FIVB Women’s World Championships and left only Italy as an undefeated team on the way to the...

VOLLEYBALL: Poland repeats as men’s World Champs; U.S. wins bronze!

Streaks are pretty common when it comes to the FIVB World Championships. After all, in the last quarter-century, Italy won three in a row...

Would you turn down an Olympic Games if it cost you nothing?

TSX HEADLINES – for July 2, 2018: In the coming months, southern Austrian voters will likely be asked this question: do you want to...

Would you turn down an Olympic Games if it cost you nothing?

TSX HEADLINES – for July 2, 2018: In the coming months, southern Austrian voters will likely be asked this question: do you want to...

Have doping and criminality overtaken sport? David Howman says pay attention!

TSX HEADLINES – for June 29, 2018: In a speech to a high-profile anti-doping conference in Oslo this week, the director of the Athletics...

Have doping and criminality overtaken sport? David Howman says pay attention!

TSX HEADLINES – for June 29, 2018: In a speech to a high-profile anti-doping conference in Oslo this week, the director of the Athletics...

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