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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...

Pound Confident Russians Will be Found Guilty of Sochi 2014 Doping Despite IOC Inaction

Richard Pound has criticized International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach for the way he is continuing to respond to doping problems involving Russia...

American Tennis Player Banned 10 Years for Fixing Matches

United States' Nikita Kryvonos has been banned for 10 years and fined $20,000 after being found guilty of breaches of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program...

Tennis Again Leads Suspicious Betting Cases in First Quarter of 2017

Tennis was the sport involved in 45 percent of reported cases of suspicious betting during the first quarter of 2017, according to the European...

Former Rio Mayor Linked to Rio 2016 Corruption Allegations

Former Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes has become embroiled in another corruption scandal after it was alleged he received bribes from construction company...

FIFA Submits Internal Corruption Investigation Reports to Authorities

FIFA has submitted reports consisting of over 1,300 pages alongside 20,000 exhibits to the Swiss Attorney General after they concluded their 22-month internal investigation...

McLaren Defiant Despite Admitting Translation Mistakes in Russian Doping Report

Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren has admitted that mistakes were made in the translations of his World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)-Commissioned report on state-sponsored Russian doping,...

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...

Olympic Council of Ireland to Elect New President to Replace Hickey on February 9

Elections for a new Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) President are scheduled to take place on February 9 in Dublin, it has been announced. The...

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...

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