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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...

The Embarrassment for the IOC is that They Have Been Skewered by Their Own...

Tuesday, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive board removed a sport from the Olympic program and woke up to discover they had lit a...

Japanese Women’s Coaches Suspended by International Judo Federation After Scandal

All the coaches involved with the Japanese women's judo team have been suspended following the revelations of ill-treatment by former head trainer Ryuji Sonoda,...

New Rules Go into Effect for Spring Sports

Several rule changes are planned this season for the spring sports of men’s lacrosse, baseball, men’s volleyball, men’s and women’s track and field, and...

The Omens Are Unpromising for Coubertin’s Idealistic Test of Character, Pillar of Much That...

When you reach the age of 20, bursting with innovative ideas and ambitions, you do not decide it might be a good idea to...

International Soccer Betting Scandals Threaten Sport

Soccer is undoubtedly the world’s most popular sport.  The sport’s governing body, Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), has 209 members—more members than there...

Korean Olympic Committee President to Step Down

Park Yong-sung has surprisingly decided not to seek a second term as President of the Korean Olympic Committee (KOC), claiming that he had managed...

New Guidance Will Enhance Sports Opportunities for Students with Disabilities

Students with disabilities have reason to celebrate as they gain some headway in their fight for better, health, and greater participation in school activities....

UCI Under Intense Criticism, and Not Just by Lance Armstrong

Deflecting an inevitable question about the crisis within the International Cycling Union (UCI), International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge, having just made his...

Bridging the Gap, Coaching Confidence

The bridge between coaches and academics slows achievement for both parties. Coaches fail to utilize new ideas in their quest for success. Researchers aren’t...

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