Deaf Athlete Sues Michigan HS Athletic Association

In a suit filed in federal court, Ellis Kempf, a deaf wrestler for Royal Oak High School is suing the Michigan High School Athletic...

Opinion: NCAA Will Assist Athletes Only If Ordered

The madness that came in March has departed in April, as entertaining an NCAA Tournament as there's ever been. But hanging over it at every...

Academic Fraud for College Jocks Reaches Across the Country

Jan Boxill apparently doesn’t want to talk. The chairwoman of the faculty council at the University of North Carolina’s flagship campus hasn’t returned my...

NCAA approves unlimited meals and snacks for athletes

College athletes will be allowed to receive unlimited meals and snacks from their university under a rule passed today by the NCAA Legislative Council. Until...

Armstrong Will “Admit to Doping” as Sunday Times Publish Open Letter for Questions They...

Lance Armstrong will admit to doping when he is interviewed by Oprah Winfrey next week, it was claimed today. USA Today newspaper reported that...

Can There Be Sport Without Attorneys?

We often see opinion pieces decrying the prevalence of attorneys in our society.  We certainly live in a litigious era.  In the mythical Old...

USA Gymnastics Files for Bankruptcy Amid Nassar Scandal

By Daniel Etchells | USA Gymnastics has filed for bankruptcy in a move which the embattled governing claims will enable it to "expeditiously resolve" the claims...

Pistorius found guilty of murder

Oscar Pistorius has been found guilty of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp after a South African appeals court overturned a manslaughter verdict. The six-time Paralympic gold...

FIG Creates Gymnastics Violence Prevention Foundation in Wake of Nassar Scandal

By James Diamond | The Congress of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) has approved the creation of a Gymnastics Violence Prevention Foundation at its meeting...

NFL and Retired Players Resolve Concussion Litigation for $765 Million

Former United States District Judge Layn Phillips, the court-appointed mediator in the consolidated concussion-related lawsuits brought by more than 4,500 retired football players against...

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