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College Hoops ‘Shamateurism’

George Vescey, once a New York Times sports columnist and the co-author of a top selling 1976 book about country singer Loretta Lynn, Coal...

Fixing College Basketball is a New Goal

The President of the National Collegiate Athletic Association has some concerns at the start of the 2017-2018 college basketball season. Dr. Mark Emmert reacted to...

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...

Nuzman Remains in Prison after Release Bid Fails

Carlos Nuzman has failed in a bid to be released from prison and will remain behind bars in Brazil. The now-former President of the Brazilian...

Rio 2016 Chief Nuzman Arrested in Brazilian Vote Buying Scandal

Rio 2016 and Brazilian Olympic Committee President Carlos Nuzman has been arrested by Brazilian police for his alleged involvement in a vote-buying scandal connected...

Former Rio Mayor Facing Corruption Charges over Olympic Golf Course

A court in Brazil has agreed to hear corruption charges related to the construction of the golf course built for the Olympic Games last...

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...

Tennis Leads Suspicious Betting Alerts in Second Quarter of 2017

Tennis accounted for 59 percent of suspicious betting alerts recorded by the European Sport Security Association (ESSA) during the second quarter of this year,...

Spanish Football Federation President Arrested in Anti-Corruption Probe

Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) President Ángel María Villar has been arrested just two days before the organization's Annual General Meeting following a series of...

Rio State Governor at Time of Olympic Bid Sentenced to 14 Years in Prison

Former Rio de Janeiro State Governor Sérgio Cabral has been sentenced to 14 years in prison today after being found guilty of corruption and...

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