Olympian Suspended as Lawsuit Accuses USOC, USA Taekwondo of Trafficking

By Liam Morgan | Double Olympic champion Steven Lopez has been temporarily suspended amid an investigation into alleged sexual misconduct with the United States Olympic...

Miami’s NCAA Investigation Ends with Tap on the Wrist

The NCAA vs. Miami was a 15-round bout decided by a head-butt. The NCAA, ahead on points, screwed up and got itself disqualified. The Hurricanes,...

Swiss Cycling Withdraws McQuaid Nomination for UCI Presidency

Pat McQuaid's hopes of re-election as President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) have been dealt a further blow after Swiss Cycling confirmed it...

Nadal Awarded Damages after Former French Sports Minister’s Doping Accusations

Former French Sports Minister Roselyne Bachelot has been ordered to pay $14,100 to world number one Rafael Nadal after she accused the Spaniard of using...

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...

Blatter and Rogge and the Culture of Sports and Government Spending

You kind of wonder what Seth Blatter and Jacques Rogge are really thinking about the protests in Brazil, which seemingly are a reaction to...

Are Congress and Sports Organizations Failing to Protect Young Athletes?

Rick Butler has joined Larry Nassar in the "how did they get away with it for so long and nobody said a word" category....

Armour: Sports World Too Often Sends Wrong Message with Fawning Treatment of Stars

Blind adoration is a dangerous thing. There’s no better reminder of that than this week, as Kobe Bryant was feted and fawned over and Carolina...

Wrestling Medallist Among Five More Doping Cases to Emerge at Toronto 2015

Four more Toronto 2015 doping cases have been confirmed today by the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), including Argentina's bronze medal winning wrestler Luz Vazquez,...

Africa Could Host Olympics but Suffers from “Prejudice” Claims Hayatou

Africa has several countries capable already of hosting the Olympics and Paralympics but is being denied the opportunity because of "prejudice," it has been...

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