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Final “regular-season” Diamond League meet comes to Birmingham Saturday

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TSX EXTRA – for August 17, 2018: The IAAF Diamond League season is coming to a close in August and the final “regular-season” meet...

Bach: Values, passion and possibilities define the Olympic Movement

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 23, 2018: There was a lot of interest in The eSports Forum hosted by the International Olympic Committee last...

Bach: Values, passion and possibilities define the Olympic Movement

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 23, 2018: There was a lot of interest in The eSports Forum hosted by the International Olympic Committee last...

Remember when 108,000 came to see a track meet at Stanford?

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 11, 2018: There was a time when track & field was a higher-profile part of the American sports scene. Like...

Remember when 108,000 came to see a track meet at Stanford?

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 11, 2018: There was a time when track & field was a higher-profile part of the American sports scene. Like...

Why is the U.S. so strong? Look no further than high school sports

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 6, 2018: The United States is the only country in the world that doesn’t support its Olympic sports program...

Why is the U.S. so strong? Look no further than high school sports

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 6, 2018: The United States is the only country in the world that doesn’t support its Olympic sports program...

Hey IOC, follow golf’s lead to fix your Olympic bid (and cost) crisis

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 4, 2018: Sure, it’s a holiday, but no one told the Olympic world about it! Amid a wild week of...

Hey IOC, follow golf’s lead to fix your Olympic bid (and cost) crisis

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 4, 2018: Sure, it’s a holiday, but no one told the Olympic world about it! Amid a wild week of...

Ten things to remember from the USATF Championships

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 25, 2018: This is an off-year in track & field, with no World Championships or Olympic Games, so why...

Ten things to remember from the USATF Championships

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 25, 2018: This is an off-year in track & field, with no World Championships or Olympic Games, so why...

EXTRA: Lyles “bolts” to 9.88 world-leader to win USATF 100 m

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TSX EXTRA – for June 23, 2018: Noah Lyles won the U.S. national championship in the 100 m in a world-leading 9.88 seconds on...

EXTRA: Lyles “bolts” to 9.88 world-leader to win USATF 100 m

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TSX EXTRA – for June 23, 2018: Noah Lyles won the U.S. national championship in the 100 m in a world-leading 9.88 seconds on...

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,...

The SafeSport Code is the U.S. standard for conduct in Olympic sports. What does...

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TSX HEADLINES – for May 28, 2018: The core of the United States Olympic Committee’s response to the sexual abuse scandal engulfing multiple sports...

The SafeSport Code is the U.S. standard for conduct in Olympic sports. What does...

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TSX HEADLINES – for May 28, 2018: The core of the United States Olympic Committee’s response to the sexual abuse scandal engulfing multiple sports...

Television: the glue that holds the Olympic Games together

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PALM DESERT, September 4, 2017 – There was no such thing as television when the Olympic Games were revived in 1896. Radio networks didn’t...

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