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Rogge to Meet New International Wrestling President Next Week

International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge will hold a meeting with the new head of wrestling next week to discuss the sport's controversial...

The alliance between sport and Christianity: An unnoticed victory for Pope Benedict XVI

The resignation of the Pope came suddenly and the press reacted immediately. The comments of the press were not so much about the achievements...

Florida School Cuts Stadium Deal With Questionable Partner

It is not uncommon for pro sports franchises to sell naming rights to sports facilities to well-heeled benefactors.  At least 70 pro sports facilities...

Florida Elected Officials Could Continue Spending Million on Sports

Shahid Khan spent a reported $760 million to buy the Jacksonville Jaguars National Football League (NFL) team in November 2011. The deal was finalized...

Justice Department Joins Suit Against Armstrong

 The U.S. Justice Department has joined a federal whistle-blower lawsuit claiming that Lance Armstrong, his former team manager and the company that owned his...

USOC’s 2024 Triple-Play Bid-City Letter

Finally, a U.S. Olympic bid process that, from the outset, takes the long, strong view. It only makes sense. The two people in charge...

Roald Bradstock: Javelin World Record Holder Says Art Gave Him Success

Olympic javelin thrower Roald Bradstock explains that his success over the years in the sport is result of applying artistic skills to his training...

Armstrong Refuses to Cooperate with Doping Investigation Because He Fears Consequences, Claims USADA Chief

Lance Armstrong announced Wednesday that he will refuse to cooperate with the United States Anti-Doping Agency's (USADA) investigation by giving them a full confession,...

Sexual Performance Enhancer is Herbal Remedy Pistorius Defense Team Claim Was in Bedroom

The drugs allegedly found at the home of Oscar Pistorius by South African police following the death of Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day could...

Report: Grit, Tenancity and Perseverance Needed to Meet 21st Century Challenges

Educators are looking at ways to develop non-cognitive skills that are keys to success, such as grit, tenacity and perseverance. Recently, the U.S. Department of...

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