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UCI to Investigate Claims Member of Staff Alerted Third Party of Police Investigation into...

The International Cycling Union (UCI) will investigate whether emails sent by their technical manager Mark Barfield hindered a police investigation after claims made in...

McLaren Report: For Years, International Sports Competitions Unknowingly Hijacked by Russians

Russia’s denials of what Richard McLaren’s investigation has termed an “institutionalized doping conspiracy” feel more hollow than ever after the revelations that more than...

Leaked Files Expose Possible Match-Fixing in Tennis

A group of anonymous whistle blowers recently passed documents on to the BBC and Buzzfeed News that are exposing match-fixing at the top level...

IOC President to Miss Opening Ceremony of Paralympic Games for First Time in 32...

Thomas Bach will miss the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympic Games Wednesday - the first time the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will...

FINA Doping Control Review Board Chair, Other Members Reportedly Resign in Protest at Response...

Three members of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Doping Control Review Board, including the chairman Andrew Pipe, have reportedly resigned in protest at how...

Brazil’s Tourism Minister Resigns with Rio 2016 Looming After Accusations of Corruption

Brazil’s Tourism Minister Henrique Alves has resigned less than 50 days before the Rio 2016 Olympics after being accused of accepting money diverted from...

International Biathlon Union VP Claims IOC Credibility Undermined After Russia Awarded 2021 World Championships

Newly-elected International Biathlon Union (IBU) vice-president of sport Max Cobb has accused the International Olympic Committee (IOC) of going back on the recommendations they...

CAS To Hear Blatter’s Appeal Against Six-Year Ban on August 25

Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter’s appeal against a six-year ban from all footballing activity will be heard at the Court of Arbitration for Sport...

WADA Seeks Security From Hacking

A gathering in Lausanne of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) executives – together with relevant international authorities, intent on containing Russian hackers, who have exposed...

Police arrest 34 in Connection with Suspected Tennis Match-Fixing Ring in Spain and Portugal

Spanish police have arrested 34 people with alleged links to a tennis match-fixing ring in both Spain and Portugal. Those arrested include six tennis players...

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