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Twenty-three Athletes Fail Drug Tests After London 2012 Reanalysis

Twenty-three athletes have tested positive for banned substances following reanalysis of samples from the London 2012 Olympics, it has been confirmed. The athletes come from...

AIBA to Develop New Educational Program After Endorsing IOC Findings on Rio 2016 Betting...

International Boxing Association (AIBA) President C K Wu has underlined his support for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Disciplinary Commission’s findings on the Rio...

Buying Your Way Into America

For many sports fans, there is a wonderful “ignorance is bliss” feeling about sports. Go to a game, or watch a game on television,...

The United States Justice Department is Probing International Sports Again

The United States Justice Department is probing international sports again. The New York Times is reporting that a federal investigation is underway with claims...

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...

Hickey Leaves Brazil for First Time Since Rio 2016 Arrest

Patrick Hickey has left Brazil for Ireland for the first time since his arrest during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The Olympic Council of Ireland...

US Coach Claims Doping the “Biggest Threat” to Swimming Competition at Rio 2016

United States' women's swimming coach David Marsh has described doping as the "biggest threat" to Americans hoping to win medals in the pool at...

Sebastian Coe is the answer, not the problem

If you have seen Fight Club, the 1999 movie with Brad Pitt and Edward Norton (New York Times: “surely the defining cult movie of...

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...

Brazilian political crisis is a backdrop to the Olympics

It is going to be interesting to see what kind of the spin Comcast's NBC Universal will put on the Rio Summer Olympics which...

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