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Hair Follicle Testing “no problem” for Sprint King Bolt, He Claims

Usain Bolt has welcomed plans by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to introduce hair follicle testing to catch drug cheats saying he had "no...

Pope Francis Now the Third Most Popular Man in Argentina

In Argentina, where soccer is a national religion, Pope Francis isn’t even the most popular man in his home country. Argentines still revere Diego Maradona,...

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...

Obama Claims Olympic Bid Decisions Are a ‘Little Bit Cooked’ and Similar to FIFA

United States President Barack Obama has described the decisions of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as "similar to FIFA" and a "little bit cooked"...

Diack Confirms He Will Step Down as IAAF President, Leaves Coe in Pole Position

Lamine Diack today confirmed that he will step down as President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) in 2015 and that he...

Instanbul’s Olympic Bid Gets a Boost from Women’s Tennis Tournament

When Olympic champion Serena Williams beat Maria Sharapova in the final of the Istanbul 2012 WTA Championships, Istanbul’s Olympic bid leaders got enthusiastic about...

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...

Augusta National Slowly Changing its Discriminatory Tradition

The problem with Augusta National Golf Club’s long history of discrimination against women and minorities is that it becomes a very public place for...

Russia, Venezuela, North Korea Top Sports’ Trouble Spots

The sports world is the toy store of life, nothing really too important as games and athletes come and go. Sports is little more...

Castro is Gone, Trump Takes Office. What Does That Mean for Sports?

Cuba was supposed to be the next frontier for both Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association in the two sports' global outreach....

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