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TSX INTEL REPORT: IAAF takes lead, and UCI joins, on transgender regulations; WADA chief-to-be...

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≡ TSX INTELLIGENCE REPORT ~ 7 November 2019 ≡ ● LANE ONE ● IAAF taking the lead in transgender regulation, working with other IFs on testosterone levels It...

TSX INTEL REPORT: Russia sends more answers to WADA on “manipulated” doping data; NCAA...

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≡ TSX INTELLIGENCE REPORT ~ 30 October 2019 ≡ ● LEADING OFF ● Russian Sports Ministry sends responses to WADA inquiries  The question of what to...

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

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= 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,...

LANE ONE: Was the IAAF World Championships a success or failure in Doha?

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The 2019 IAAF World Championships was mired in controversy as soon as it was awarded to Doha, Qatar in 2014 and scheduled to begin...

TSX REPORT: The IAAF chose Doha during the Lamine Diack regime; his last laugh?...

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= TSX REPORT~ 2 October 2019 = | 1. |  LANE ONE: Are the IAAF World Championships in Doha the last laugh for Lamine Diack? The ongoing...

LANE ONE: Are the IAAF World Championships the last laugh for Lamine Diack?

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For those who care about track & field – as I do – the current edition of the IAAF World Championships are at the...

TSX DAILY: Middle East politics part of Israeli judoka’s path to World Champs gold;...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 29 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LEADING OFF: Israel’s Muki wins Judo Worlds gold, but not a handshake from beaten Egyptian The...

HEARD AT HALFTIME: Bubka and Popov fiercely refute Cabral’s testimony on Rio bribes; FIFA...

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News, views and noise from the non-stop, worldwide circus of Olympic sport: ● Games of the XXXI Olympiad: Rio 2016 ● In the wake of...

LANE ONE: Ex-Rio governor tells court of $2 million in bribes to buy Rio...

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Sergio Cabral, who served as the governor of the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro from 2007-14, told a Brazilian court on Thursday that...

HEARD AFTER HALFTIME: Diack indictment shows corruption on a grand scale; USA Synchro tries...

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News, views and noise from the non-stop, worldwide circus of Olympic sport: ● Athletics ● The German ARD network managed to obtain a copy of...

ATHLETICS Panorama: More world leaders for Kirt and Thompson; 100-200 double for Matthew Boling...

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The Diamond League won’t resume until this coming Sunday at Stanford, but there was more action over last weekend: ● Estonia’s Magnus Kirt grabbed the...

LANE ONE: Gyarfas responds: “I didn’t commit any crime” plus the day of reckoning...

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As a result of our Lane One story on Monday about the international aquatics federation – FINA – having an accused murderer as a...

LANE ONE: Beginning of the end for the Russian doping scandal, as WADA obtains...

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The seemingly endless saga of Russian and one of the largest doping scandals in history may be moving toward its final chapter after a...

LANE ONE: Russian involvement in elections is nothing compared to what they’re doing with...

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The latest turn in the saga of the International Boxing Association came last Thursday when the Secretary General of the Russian Boxing Federation, Umar...

THE BIG PICTURE: Diack investigation might be moving along after all

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We noted on Tuesday that the investigation by French authorities into the influence-buying and doping cover-up involving former International Olympic Committee member and IAAF...

THE BIG PICTURE: Under pressure, Japan’s Takeda to resign from Japan’s Olympic Committee in...

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The 71-year-old head of the Japan Olympic Committee, Tsunekazu Takeda, announced on Tuesday that he will retire from the JOC and as a member...

LANE ONE: To grow track & field, Sebastian Coe of 2019 needs to talk...

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Britain’s Sebastian Coe was one of the finest middle-distance runners of all time. He was so good and so special that he sold thousands...

SPEED READ: Headlines from The Sports Examiner for Friday, 18 January 2019

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Welcome to The Sports Examiner SPEED READ, a 100 mph (44.7 m/s) review of the week (so far) in the turbulent world of international...

ATHLETICS: Black Tidings owner admits lying to police on doping cover-up, sentenced to a...

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The Straits Times of Singapore reported today (17th) that Tan Tong Han, 36, has been sentenced to a week in jail for lying to...

LANE ONE: The Takeda investigation could be worse for the IOC than the Salt...

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Friday’s stunning revelation that the president of the Japan Olympic Committee, Tsunekazu Takeda, is under investigation in France for corruption is the most serious...

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