European Olympic Committees Struggle for Collective Position on Russia Olympics Ban

European Olympic Committees President Janez Kocijančič has criticized the decision to make Russia compete neutrally at Pyeongchang 2018, potentially causing friction within the continental...

Armour: Count on Putin Turning Russia’s Olympic Ban into a Win

When something seems too good to be true, it usually is. Take the International Olympic Committee’s decision to ban Russia from the Pyeongchang Games. It...

Brazilian National Olympic Committee Continues Effort to Cut Costs, Clean Up Image

International Olympic Committee (IOC) Member Bernard Rajzman has become the latest victim of the Brazilian National Olympic Committee’s (COB) clean-up and cost-cutting measures. Rajzman has...

USA Leads Sochi 2014 Medal Count as Russians Disqualified

As Russia has been stripped of 11 of its 33 medals won at the Sochi Olympics the United States temporarily leads the medal standings...

Owen: Sport’s Russian Decade has Left a Toxic Legacy

This is a column about legacy. In July 2007 in Guatemala, Russian President Vladimir Putin charmed the International Olympic Committee (IOC) into awarding the 2014...

Former South American Soccer President Fights Extradition to US over Corruption Charges

The lawyer of former South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) President Nicolás Leoz revealed his client will appeal the recent decision to have him extradited...

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...

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...

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