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Plan to Use Facebook Data of Gold Coast 2018 Visitors Scrapped after Scandal

By Dan Palmer | Plans to force Commonwealth Games visitors in Gold Coast to sign-in to the city's high-speed wi-fi with their Facebook accounts have...

Armour: Olympic Champ Raisman Hopes Attention to Abuse will be Greatest Legacy

As much as she cherishes her Olympic medals, Aly Raisman hopes what she’s doing now will have even more meaning. The captain of the Fierce...

Time for NASCAR to Distance Itself from Confederate Battle Flag

The Confederate battle flag was seen to be associated with the racially motivated tragedies that occurred in the states of Charleston, S.C., and Charlottesville,...

The Ear Hears What it Wants when the National Anthem is Performed

We all have our opinions concerning whether athletes should stand or kneel when the National Anthem is played. The debate is ongoing, and there...

Goodell Says NFL ‘Not Looking to Get Into Politics’

“We are not looking to get into politics,” said NFL commissioner Roger Goodell as the National Football League rejected President Donald Trump’s calls to...

Chargers Lineman Urges NFL Players to have Unified Protest Plan

Posting a 900-word letter on The Players’ Tribune, Russell Okung, a Los Angeles Chargers lineman, is urging the National Football League’s 1,700 players to...

Opinion: Let Student Athletes Have Agents

Coaches acting as agents for student basketball players who desired endorsement deals after their “one-and-done” college careers is at the heart of the recent...

Armour: LaVar Ball is Officially the Worst Sports Parent Ever

LaVar Ball has done what once seemed impossible. Not create the world’s greatest basketball player – the jury will be out on that for a...

Nick Butler: Sport is Less a Stable Anchor, More a Means of Escape

It has become increasingly fashionable for sporting leaders to talk about their trade with a form of missionary zeal and sense of higher purpose....

The Lady of Reason

Over the past 50-60 years, the law has played an increasingly pivotal role in sports and recreation. I think we realize this, at an...

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