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Rio State Governor at Time of Olympic Bid Sentenced to 14 Years in Prison

Former Rio de Janeiro State Governor Sérgio Cabral has been sentenced to 14 years in prison today after being found guilty of corruption and...

Former Banker Pleads Guilty to Money Laundering in FIFA Corruption Probe

A former banker has pleaded guilty to a United States money laundering conspiracy charge in connection with the FIFA corruption scandal. Argentina’s Jorge Arzuaga, who...

LSU Sends Gear for Congressional Baseball Game after Attack

Louisiana State University (LSU) is supplying hats, shirts and other items to help supplement the gear already gathered together for the annual congressional baseball...

Weightlifting Given December Deadline to Address Doping Problems

Weightlifting has been warned to convince the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that they have addressed doping problems by December or risk missing the 2024...

Nike Oregon Project Doctor Receives Notice of Rule Violations

A doctor involved in treating Olympians at the Nike Oregon Project has reportedly been sent an official notice of rule violations by the United...

Brain Injuries are the Bane of Football

In case you have not noticed, the football season has started. The Canadian Football League preseason is underway with games this week. Some of...

Pound Confident Russians Will be Found Guilty of Sochi 2014 Doping Despite IOC Inaction

Richard Pound has criticized International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach for the way he is continuing to respond to doping problems involving Russia...

Climate, Politics are Hurdles for LA Olympic Bid

It appears Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has gotten very concerned that the International Olympic Committee may award Paris the 2024 Olympics and forget...

Court Hits Back Over Calls to Change Name of Arena

Margaret Court has claimed a “gay conspiracy” is behind calls for a stadium named after her to be rebranded. The 74-year-old has caused controversy recently...

Armour: Margaret Court Doesn’t Deserve Place of Honor

Speaking your mind sometimes comes at a price. For Margaret Court, it ought to be her name on the arena at the Australian Open. Court’s...

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