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Former Banker Pleads Guilty to Money Laundering in FIFA Corruption Probe

A former banker has pleaded guilty to a United States money laundering conspiracy charge in connection with the FIFA corruption scandal. Argentina’s Jorge Arzuaga, who...

WADA Relax Meldonium Guidelines Again by Extending “No Fault” Window to September 30

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has extended the period during which athletes may escape punishment if they have tested positive for meldonium from March...

World heavyweight champion Fury denies doping claims as Povetkin prepares to plea innocence to...

British world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has denied claims of taking performance enhancing drugs after it was claimed the boxer was being investigated by...

Hickey to be Placed Under House Arrest in Rio

A judge in Rio de Janeiro has recommended that Patrick Hickey be released from prison and placed under house arrest. According to Irish broadcaster RTE, judge...

Trujillo Becomes First to be Sentenced in US FIFA Corruption Probe

Hector Trujillo of Guatemala has become the first person to be sentenced in the ongoing United States probe into corruption inside FIFA. The 63-year-old has been...

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...

Sport Integrity Global Alliance ‘Ready and Willing’ to Work with IOC for Better Future

Over the past 40 years, I have held a number of high-level positions in diplomacy, government, integrity and sport, including working as a judge...

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...

Rousseff and Lula To Be Offered “Place of Honour” at Rio 2016 Opening Ceremony

Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has been invited to the Opening Ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in a “place of honour”, Sports...

Study: Nearly 35 Percent of Athletes Believe Matches Fixed

Preliminary results from a forthcoming research report have shown the growing concerns athletes have about match-fixing in their sport with 34.7 percent of those...

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