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DOPING: Russian NOC appeals Moscow decision to ignore Zubkov’s Sochi doping

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In a move dripping with political calculations, the Russian National Olympic Committee appealed the decision of the Moscow City Court that invalidated the doping...

BOXING: Konakbayev placed on the ballot by CAS

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With the International Boxing Association (AIBA) presidential vote looming on Saturday (3 November), the Court of Arbitration for Sport formally cleared the way for...

THE BIG PICTURE: Boxing federation election controversy continues

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With the International Boxing Association (AIBA) Congress and its presidential election coming on 3 November, the activity surrounding it has increased dramatically. The Court of...

THE BIG PICTURE: Now the leading candidate for the boxing presidency might resign if...

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"Should I be given the trust by AIBA members and be elected AIBA President, then also details about my position, background etc. will be...

THE BIG PICTURE: IAAF stays femininity regs until Court review is completed

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The International Assn. of Athletics Federations (IAAF) and Athletics South Africa have agreed that the implementation of the IAAF’s new Eligibility Regulations for the...

LANE ONE: The IOC is slowly – but quite surely – changing, and it...

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This is usually a quiet time for the Olympic Movement and for the International Olympic Committee. But not in 2018. The winter-sports season hasn’t started...

BOXING: Konakbayev appeals to CAS to be added to presidential ballot

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The drama over the future of the International Boxing Federation (AIBA) and its 3 November presidential election continues, now at the Court of Arbitration...

ATHLETICS: Russia sues the IAAF for reinstatement

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The reinstatement of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has now emboldened the Russian Athletics Federation to demand similar treatment...

SWIMMING: Madisyn Cox eligible again after consent decree

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American swimmer Madisyn Cox, 23, had her doping suspension cut to six months from two years – essentially time already served – in a...

THE BIG PICTURE: Remember Dutee Chand?

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Does the name Dutee Chand ring a bell? If not, remember that she is the Indian sprinter who filed the action against the International Association...

ATHLETICS: Doping positive vs. Savinova upheld by CAS

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The appeal of Russian 800 m runner Maria Savinova (now Farnosova), the 2011 World Champion in Daegu (KOR), from a doping positive was dismissed...

THE BIG PICTURE: No Asian Games for “new” Uzbek cyclist Zabelinskaya

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The story of ex-Russian cyclist Olga Zabelinskaya and her desire to ride for Uzbekistan has come to a halt for now. The silver medalist in...

U.S. athletes tell Congress: Fix the “unregulated monopoly” you set up in 1978

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 27, 2018: The U.S. Senate Sub-Committee hearing on "Strengthening and Empowering U.S. Amateur Athletes: Moving Forward with Solutions" last...

U.S. athletes tell Congress: Fix the “unregulated monopoly” you set up in 1978

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 27, 2018: The U.S. Senate Sub-Committee hearing on "Strengthening and Empowering U.S. Amateur Athletes: Moving Forward with Solutions" last...

Is Paris 2024 preparing to burn itself at the stake?

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 20, 2018: Screaming headlines declared that the Paris 2024 organizers are aiming to impact France in a huge way,...

Is Paris 2024 preparing to burn itself at the stake?

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 20, 2018: Screaming headlines declared that the Paris 2024 organizers are aiming to impact France in a huge way,...

Will Ashton Eaton and Jackie Joyner-Kersee’s world records be buried in Berlin?

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 1, 2018: Two of the most cherished world records in track & field are Ashton Eaton’s decathlon mark of...

Will Ashton Eaton and Jackie Joyner-Kersee’s world records be buried in Berlin?

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 1, 2018: Two of the most cherished world records in track & field are Ashton Eaton’s decathlon mark of...

Doesn’t the IOC need a RICO-in-reverse law to fight doping?

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TSX HEADLINES – for May 7, 2018: For decades, U.S. prosecutors could not convict the leaders of organized crime because these “bosses” were not...

Doesn’t the IOC need a RICO-in-reverse law to fight doping?

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TSX HEADLINES – for May 7, 2018: For decades, U.S. prosecutors could not convict the leaders of organized crime because these “bosses” were not...

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