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What Has Happened To Hostility, Aggression In Sport Today?

With Summer sports basking in a post-season recess and Winter ones still to reach full speed, the most engrossing sporting event currently going on,...

An Olympic Games of Taekwondo Firsts

With the closing ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games now behind us, I am very proud of the competitions that we at the...

IPC Releases Video To Celebrate Contribution Of Para-athletes Around the World

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has released a video called "All About Ability" to mark annual United Nations' International Day of Persons with Disabilities....

Australia appoints new Sports Minister

Sussan Ley has been appointed as the new Sports Minister in Tony Abbott's Australian Government. Her appointment comes as Prime Minister Abbott conducts a cabinet...

Abbeylegesse Confirmed as One of “IAAF 28” as Pavey Stands by for 10,000m World...

Elvan Abeylegesse stands to lose two Olympic silver medals, and one from the World Championships, after being officially named by the Turkish Athletics Federation...

2012 Olympic Games Transformed Image of London

Exactly four years ago today, the London 2012 Olympic Games, the biggest peacetime event in the history of the UK, and indeed the world, was...

The World Baseball Softball Confederation Submitted Proposal for Olympic Baseball and Softball

The World Baseball Softball Confederation has submitted an official proposal to the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee for men's baseball and women's softball to be...

Poland Beat China in Another Epic at Rio 2016 Volleyball Qualifier

World champions Poland came from two sets down to win for the second time at the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) World Olympic Qualification Tournament...

Bach Calls Paris Candidacy for Olympics “Really Unified”

“We feel that the Paris candidature is really unified,” said Thomas Bach and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo was delighted to meet the IOC President “to...

World Cup Title Shows U.S. Women Primed for More Success in Future

The U.S. women survived after Mia Hamm, Michelle Akers and Julie Foudy hung up their boots, and they'll survive without Abby Wambachand Christie Rampone. Thrive even, judging by that shiny World Cup...

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