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TSX DAILY: California bill to allow college athletes to be paid may kill Olympic-sport...

≡ TSX DAILY ~ 26 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: The U.S.'s unequaled collegiate Olympic-sport programs may be heading to implosion, starting in...

TSX DAILY: Let the lobbying start for new sports in 2028 ~ Heat-stroked French...

≡ TSX DAILY ~ 20 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  GAMES OF THE XXXIV OLYMPIAD: LOS ANGELES 2028: Let the (sports) lobbying begin  The International Olympic...

TSX DAILY: New ESPN promo urges kids to keep playing, but are they really...

= TSX DAILY ~ 19 August 2019 = | 1. | LANE ONE: U.S. survey says most kids quit sports by age 11, but is there really...

LANE ONE: U.S. survey says most kids quit sports by age 11, but is...

A breathless story posted last Friday on the Web site of station 41 KSHB in Kansas City announced: “Study shows more young athletes calling it...

LANE ONE: You want transparency? Look to World Rowing and you will see it,...

There has been much made of the lack of transparency, not to mention outright secrecy or deceit within the International Federations which govern sports...

THE BIG PICTURE: IOC rejects sentimentalism and selects Milan-Cortina while L.A.’s Mayor says “I...

The International Olympic Committee made a clear choice for fiscal and political reality with the selection of the Milan-Cortina bid for the 2026 Olympic...

HEARD AFTER HALFTIME: World-leading 13.06 for Roberts at NCAAs, IAAF replies to the Swiss...

News, views and noise from the non-stop, worldwide circus of Olympic sport: ● Athletics ● The first day of the NCAA Division I Championships in...

LANE ONE: Is the new LA 2028 budget of $6.88 billion really serious, or...

Ever since the late Montreal Mayor Jean Drapeau famously claimed – six years prior to the 1976 Olympic Games in his city – that...

THE BIG PICTURE: LA28 releases its first budget summary, with detailed revenues and expenses

Under its agreement with the City of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles 2028 organizing committee was required to submit “An independent review and written...

LANE ONE: The LA 2028 venue plan continues to shift, along with the rest...

Over its history, the one constant in Los Angeles has been change. The city has grown, morphed and been re-shaped by business, culture, its...

LANE ONE: Agenda 2020 and the future of Baseball, Softball and other sports trying...

The 21 February announcement that Skateboarding, Sport Climbing, Surfing and Breakdancing were the requested additions to the program of the 2024 Olympic Games by...

LANE ONE: The strange case of rowing, Los Angeles and the 1932, 2012, 2016...

The International Olympic Committee has trumpeted the benefits of its Agenda 2020 reform program, one of the first initiatives undertaken by then-new IOC President...

LANE ONE: Burger King is not an Olympic sponsor, but it has the solution...

This is a busy time for the leadership and staff of the International Olympic Committee, even though there is no Olympic Games – winter...

LANE ONE: LA2028’s first presentation: “What are you going to do for the next...

Sometimes it’s best to just listen. At the Association of National Olympic Committee’s General Assembly ongoing in Tokyo (JPN), the Chair of the Los Angeles...

LANE ONE: Bach’s Olympic vision takes shape: City-center spectacle and fewer venues

International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach of Germany has plenty of critics, but say this for him: he has a vision. Since being elected to...

LANE ONE: Dempsey punches the IOC hard, calls the Games “an enormous distraction”

One of the co-founders of the No Olympics Boston team, Chris Dempsey, has become the face of the anti-Olympics movement in the United States...

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