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The Stars of the Show Need to Get Paid

The college 2016-2017 sports year is officially underway and the train that drives college sports is back on the track. Football. Some of the...

Former FIFA Head Remains Target of Ethics Committee Investigation

Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter remains the target of the world governing body’s Ethics Committee as the committee’s Investigatory Chamber announced it opened formal...

NCAA to Relocate Championships From North Carolina for 2016-17

Based on the NCAA's commitment to fairness and inclusion, the Association will relocate all seven previously awarded championship events from North Carolina during the 2016-17...

Judge Accepts Indictments Against Eight Accused of Rio 2016 Terror Plot

A Brazilian judge has accepted indictments against eight men who are accused of plotting terrorist attacks at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Judge Marcos Josegrei...

Sporting Events and Terrorism

In the United States "lone-wolf terrorism" or "individual terrorism" has been regarded as a serious threat to public safety in recent years. A disgruntled...

IOC “Confident” in IIHF Finding Solution for NHL Participation at Pyeongchang 2018

Confidence has been expressed by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that a solution will be found guaranteeing the participation of National Hockey League (NHL)...

Will Youth Football Participation Continue To Drop?

The football season will be starting soon on all levels from six years old to the pros and all of the stories about National...

Exclusive: Olympic Brand in Decline Ahead of Rio 2016, Study Claims

The Olympic Partner (TOP) sponsors are among the worst affected by the Zika virus and a “relative decline of the Olympic brand”, a study...

Tennis Arena Name Controversy Erupts in Australia over Margaret Court Comments

With Martina Navratilova joining calls for the Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne to be renamed after the Australian tennis great said she would boycott...

Bryan Brothers Withdraw from Rio 2016 Men’s Doubles Tournament Due to Health Fears

London 2012 men’s doubles champions Bob and Mike Bryan have withdrawn from the Rio 2016 tennis tournament, with the American duo citing health reasons...

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