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It wasn’t too long ago Major League Baseball suffered from xenophobia

The possible sale of the Seattle Mariners by Nintendo America may bring up some unpleasant memories for Major League Baseball. In January 1992, Major...

Football Fans’ True Love is the Other Half

Women turned off by the prospect of their man turning on to watch the start of the new football season have no need to...

Olympic champion Tallent blasts IAAF after Schwazer’s winning return from drugs ban

Australia’s Jared Tallent has criticised the decision by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) to allow Italy’s Alex Schwazer - who was returning...

In the Warm Glow of Congratulations, Thomas Bach Should be Taking a Cold Shower...

Apparent equilibrium of the IOC can be elusory. Thomas Bach, the predicted newly elected President from Germany, will need to be bold, brave and...

International Olympic Committee Unveils Declaration on Global Anti-Doping Reforms

International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board members are insisting that sports organizations and Governments must be "represented equally" in the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). This...

IAAF President Coe pledges to restore trust in athletics in detailed roadmap for future...

International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe has vowed to restore trust and credibility in the sport, outlining several key timelines to...

No Rio by the Sea-o for Zika Fearing Athletes

Apparently, golfer Rory McIlroy will not be spending time with members of the World Health Organization in August in Rio during the 2016 Olympics....

Sprinter Tyson Gay Aims to Make United States Bobsleigh Team

Triple world champion Tyson Gay has become the latest sprinter to reveal his intentions to compete internationally at bobsleigh. The 34-year-old American has entered USA...

Isinbayeva Elected as Member of the International Olympic Committee

Yelena Isinbayeva, banned by her own sport from taking part at Rio 2016, has been elected as a member of the International Olympic Committee. Russia's...

Doping samples to be sent to World Cup will cost $250,000

FIFA will run up $250,000 (£148,000/€181,000) in extra costs as a result of having to send samples from this summer's World Cup across the...

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