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TSX REPORT: IOC chief Bach worried about Salazar case + upsets galore at track...

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= TSX REPORT ~ 4 October 2019 = | 1. |  LANE ONE:  IOC’s Bach says Salazar case “raises serious concerns”; no vote on 2032 Games...

ATHLETICS: Holloway explodes to 110 m hurdles gold, Britain’s Asher-Smith wins 200 in Doha

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It seems like last season that Florida’s Grant Holloway won the 110 m hurdles over Kentucky’s Daniel Roberts at the NCAA Championships in Austin,...

TSX DAILY: USOPC Hall of Fame elects Smith and Carlos, making athlete sanction threats...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 25 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: USOPC Hall of Fame committee selections renders USOPC's protest sanctions toothless Much was made...

ATHLETICS: Levchenko defeats Lasitskene as Europe jumps and throws past U.S., 724.5-601.5

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A pretty good European team had no trouble outscoring a mid-level U.S. team, especially in the field events, and won The Match: USA vs....

ATHLETICS: More history as Lyles first to win 100/200 Diamond League double with Brussels...

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It actually wasn’t a fun night for American sprint star Noah Lyles, running in the 200 m at the final Diamond League Final at...

ATHLETICS: Jakob Ingebrigtsen upsets Tefera in Dusseldorf, as Ta Lou runs 7.02

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The race to watch at the final stop on the IAAF World Indoor Tour in Dusseldorf (GER) was supposed to be the men’s 1,500m,...

ATHLETICS: Semenya’s 2:30.70 at ISTAF Berlin is no. 5 ever

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After seeing a crowd of more than 45,500 attend the annual ISTAF Berlin meeting in the historic Olympiastadion, it’s hard to understand why this...

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