Saudi Arabia to Allow Women to Compete at London Games

Saudi Arabian women will be permitted to compete in the Olympics at London 2012 for the first time after the Royal Family bowed to...

The Sandusky Jury Rules and Now Life Must Go On

I was cleaning my kitchen after finishing up dinner Friday night as ESPN droned on in the background. Suddenly, I dropped what I was...

Spain: Economic Crisis Will Have No Impact on Madrid’s Olympic Bid

Madrid's bid to host the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics will not be affected by the worsening economic crisis in Spain, officials there have claimed. Spain's...

The Fat Lady Has Started Singing in Sports Artist Daniel Moore’s Trademark Lawsuit

In the late 1970s the Washington Bullets National Basketball Association team created a slogan that summarized the team’s never-say-die spirit.  “It ain’t over till...

Concussion Lawsuits Consolidated into One Mega Suit

Numerous new outlets have reported recently on the many lawsuits filed against the National Football League, accusing the league of hiding information that linked football-related...

Blackmun Stood Up Just When the U.S. Olympics Needed Him Most

I've known United States Olympic Committee (USOC) chief executive Scott Blackmun for over 15 years, and I have seen him, on occasion, enjoy a...

How NBC ended Qatar’s Olympic bid for the 2020 Summer Games

So the Summer Olympics are nothing more than just a TV show that would have trouble competing with other sports, entertainment and politics if...

Barras Bravas Terrorize Argentina Soccer Clubs

Argentina soccer fans are apparently a tad upset that their team, Racing, is playing so poorly. They're so beside themselves, in fact, that one...

Rogge Refuses to Allow Saudi Arabia to Let Women Compete Under IOC Flag

International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge has revealed there is no chance that Saudi Arabia's female athletes will be able to compete at...

IOC Sidesteps Political Issues for 2020 Olympic Games

(Editor’s Note.  The selection of Olympic host cities has become a very controversial process over the past 15 years.  Ethnic and nationalist concerns, economic...

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