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NCAA Athletic Directors Believe Pay-for-Play Has “No Part” in College Athletics

One hundred twenty members of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics convened at the Division 1A's athletic directors' meeting this week and...

Request for Case Against Lochte to be Dropped Rejected by Brazilian Judge

United States swimmer Ryan Lochte appears set to receive a hefty fine from Brazilian authorities after a request for his case to be dropped...

Putin Says International Paralympic Committee ‘Humiliating Itself’ with Russian Team Ban

Russian President Vladimir Putin says the International Paralympic Committee is humiliating itself by barring the Russian Paralympic team from the 2016 Paralympics in Brazil...

IOC Threatens Legal Action Against Rival Kuwait Olympic Committee

A "parallel" National Olympic Committee set up by the Kuwaiti Government has been threatened with legal action by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for...

The Fat Lady Has Started Singing in Sports Artist Daniel Moore’s Trademark Lawsuit

In the late 1970s the Washington Bullets National Basketball Association team created a slogan that summarized the team’s never-say-die spirit.  “It ain’t over till...

Former USA Gymnastics Doctor Arrested Amid Abuse Scandal

Former USA Gymnastics head doctor Larry Nassar has been arrested as part of a federal investigation into child pornography as a sexual abuse scandal...

International Gymnastics Federation Concerned Over U.S. Sex Abuse Claims

The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) has admitted it is "very concerned" by the allegations of widespread sexual abuse in the sport in the United...

Kuwait Body Files $1 Billion Lawsuit Against IOC

Kuwaiti authorities have filed a $1 billion lawsuit against the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for suspending the country in the Lausanne Civil Court, insidethegames...

State Prosecutors to Argue Case Over Pistorius Sentence in Open Court

State prosecutors will be required to argue in the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) their assertion that convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius' six-year jail term...

Russia and U.S. Join Forces for Sochi 2014 Security

United States President Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have pledged to join forces to help boost security at major sport events,...

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