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National Football League Goes Long with Harvard

The National Football League (NFL) has announced a $100-million project with Harvard University to investigate the injuries associated with players in the league. The...

NCAA Rule Changes May Cause More Problems Than They Solve

The NCAA Board of Directors approved a package of “common sense” revisions of the voluminous NCAA Rulebook at its recent annual convention in Grapevine,...

U. of Southern California Settles Title IX Complaint Over Women’s Crew

The University of Southern California (USC) has settled a charge of noncompliance with Title IX, a key federal gender-equity law, following a 14-year investigation...

Sunday Times Coming after Lance Armstrong

The Sunday Times has warned Lance Armstrong it will “vigorously” pursue its fraud case against the disgraced cyclist following his admission that he used...

Armstrong Facing $12 million Lawsuit after Drugs Admission on Oprah Winfrey

Lance Armstrong is set to be sued next week for $12 million (£7.5 million/€9 million) by SCA Promotions, the insurer who covered the bonuses...

Armstrong Interview with Oprah Marks OWN’s Highest Rated Weekday Telecast

With 4.3 million viewers watching Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Lance Armstrong, the special “Oprah’s Next Chapter” premiere episode, according to The Nielsen Company, marked...

Prince Albert Wins Substantial Damages from Sunday Times over False Wedding Article

Prince Albert, one of the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) most prominent members, has accepted an offer of substantial damages from Britain's Sunday Times over...

Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin: ‘Sport Molds and Unifies a Nation’

Your honor Mr. Robert C. Campbell, Chairman of the Board of Trustees; Dr. Thomas P. Rosandich, President and CEO of the USSA; Distinguished guests; Ladies and Gentlemen; It...

Armstrong: I Doped for All Seven Tour de France Victories

Lance Armstrong has finally admitted to using banned performance-enhancing drugs throughout most of his career and in all seven of his Tour de France victories...

Armstrong Mea Culpa Rings a Bit Hollow

Lance Armstrong has long been a polarizing figure in the world of sport.  Fans have celebrated his ability to beat cancer in the mid-1990s...

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