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Australian Anti-Doping Authority Given Police-Like Powers as Senate Passes Bill

Australia's Senate has passed a bill giving the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) greater powers to help it speed up doping investigations. The new...

UCI Presidential Hopeful Cookson Reveals More Details of Proposed Independent Anti-Doping Unit

Brian Cookson has released more details of his proposed independent anti-doping unit if he is elected as President of the International Cycling Union (UCI), with...

The NCAA Must Continue to Change its System

In the unchecked proliferation of the big business of college-sports America faces a most daunting and significant challenge.  Reforming this broken, debilitating system is...

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...

Miami Heat “Fans” Should Celebrate Since They are Paying for the Parade

Two items of interest will be overlooked when Miami hosts a parade for the National Basketball Association's Miami Heat which should be addressed while...

Indian Sports: Initiatives, Obstacles and Requirements

India, a country with a population of more than 1 billion, has achieved limited success in the international arena of sports, especially in the...

Istanbul 2020 Hoping Mediterranean Games and FIFA Under-20 World Cup Will Help Get Bid...

Turkish officials behind Istanbul's bid to host the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics will be hoping for the chance to get their campaign back on...

Sportsmanship on Display in NBA Championship

In contemporary America the notion of “competition” often takes on a very negative connotation -- visions of ruthless protagonists vying for some kind of conquest,...

Should Americans Protest Over Government Sports Spending?

Can the Brazilian protests of using tax monies for sports facilities and cutting spending for services while raising taxes and fees spill over to...

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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