FIFA’s legal effort to reclaim tens of millions of dollars

In an effort to reclaim tens of millions of dollars pocketed illegally by corrupt members and other football officials, FIFA has submitted documents to the US...

Hearing Your Own Voice, the Answer to Success

In sports, the performance in a game or trial gives an athlete the desire to improve in future games. The goal of performing to...

Concussion Awareness & Baseline Testing

The United States Sports Academy is continuing its concussion awareness efforts by collaborating with the University of South Alabama (USA) on a Concussion Awareness...

Anger at lack of drugs testing at X Games grows as Oslo City Council...

Anti-Doping Norway chief executive Anders Solheim has called for Oslo to withdraw their financial backing to the Winter X Games due to the lack...

Three Important Questions Roger Goodell Was Not Asked in His 92Y Interview

Roger Goodell, the National Football League commissioner who spoke for an hour and change at 92nd Street Y Monday night, is undoubtedly “in the...

Former NFL Players and the Players Union at Odds over Medical Benefits

There is an important battle being fought in the California Legislature that relates to the issue of health care for retired NFL players, particularly...

Nadal Awarded Damages after Former French Sports Minister’s Doping Accusations

Former French Sports Minister Roselyne Bachelot has been ordered to pay $14,100 to world number one Rafael Nadal after she accused the Spaniard of using...

Maximizing Heritage and Economic Impact From Hosting Major Sporting Events

(Editor’s Note: Professor Franco B. Ascani is the President of the Federation Internationale Cinema Television Sportifs and a member of the International Olympic Commission...

Armour: Skeptical of CTE Link, NHL Won’t Fund Concussion Research

The NFL has been criticized both for the amount of money it has donated for head trauma research and trying to manipulate how it...

Antitrust and the NCAA: Is there a better way?

Antitrust actions against the NCAA are numerous lately: the ongoing O’Bannon v. NCAA involves name, image, and likeness rights in collegiate sports as an example. Is the NCAA...

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