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LANE ONE: Who’s in the money? EXCLUSIVE analysis of our survey of International Federation...

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/Updated to include new posting for Modern Pentathlon/ Each of the International Federations which have a sport on the program of the Olympic Games...

LANE ONE: Show me the money! Our exclusive research on the finances of the...

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The coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent postponement of the Games of the XXXIInd Olympiad in Tokyo to 2021 has put a hole in the...

NOLIGHTS: International sport is dark this week and for weeks to come; an IF-by-IF...

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Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: As the COVID-19 pandemic has taken hold worldwide, competition has ceased. Here is a listing of the...

PAN AMERICAN GAMES: Nothing miraculous about U.S. women dominating wrestling, as well as two...

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Among the wrestling cognoscenti, the power of the United States women’s program is well known, but after four victories and a silver medal at...

HOCKEY: Australia and Netherlands win inaugural FIH Pro League in Amsterdam Grand Final

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The new Hockey Pro League, designed to promote the sport with matches between the top teams in the world, concluded with the Grand Final...

HOCKEY: Belgium takes Men’s World Cup on penalties

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There’s a first time for everything and Belgium became the sixth nation to hoist the FIH men’s World Cup trophy after winning a penalty...

HOCKEY: Men’s World Cup semis coming Saturday

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We’re down to the serious end of the FIH men’s World Cup in Bhubaneswar (IND), with the semifinals set for Saturday and the finals...

HOCKEY Preview: Men’s World Cup starts in Bhubaneswar

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The once-every-four years tournament at the top of the hockey world will commence on Wednesday with pool play in the 2018 edition of the...

HOCKEY: Dutch win seventh women’s Champions Trophy

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The traditional power in the women’s Hockey Champions Trophy had been the Netherlands, winning six of these tournaments between its inception in 1987-2011. But...

HOCKEY Preview: Women’s Champions Trophy to be awarded in Changzhou

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The 23rd Women’s Champions Trophy will be decided in Changzhou (CHN), with six of the world’s top teams playing in a round-robin tournament: ∙ Argentina...

Dutch defend Women’s World Cup title, 6-0

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The real championship game came in the semifinals of the 2018 FIH women’s World Cup as the last two undefeated teams – Netherlands and...

Dutch defend Women’s World Cup title, 6-0

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The real championship game came in the semifinals of the 2018 FIH women’s World Cup as the last two undefeated teams – Netherlands and...

Are we making progress? Doping tests up, positives down in 2017

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TSX HEADLINES – for August 6, 2018: The World Anti-Doping Agency has published its report on worldwide testing for performance-enhancing drugs and, at least...

Undefeated Aussies & Dutch headline Women’s World Cup semis

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A match-up of the last two undefeated teams left in the FIH women’s World Cup will headline Saturday’s semifinals: defending champion Netherlands vs. Australia. The...

Women’s World Cup quarters start Wednesday

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Two undefeated and untied teams headline the FIH women’s World Cup quarterfinals in London (GBR) on Wednesday and Thursday: 1 August: Germany (3-0-0) vs. Spain (2-2-0) Australia...

The IAAF shows an iron hand to Russia on doping … and it’s working

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 30, 2018: The president of the International Olympic Committee said he was ready to welcome Russia back into the...

The IOC adds some new 2022 Winter events, but is really thinking about 2026

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 20, 2018: The International Olympic Committee’s Executive Board approved the addition of seven events to the competition program for...

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

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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...

Are the hurdles suddenly the most watch-worthy events in track & field?

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 22, 2018: In the late 1970s, the hurdle events were the ones you made sure you were in your...

America loves the Olympic Games, but Olympic sports? Not so much.

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TSX HEADLINES – for Feb. 14, 2018: You would think that the Winter Games, especially after seeing Chloe Kim and Shaun White in sensational...

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