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U.S. Federal Judge has Approved a 60 Million Dollar Settlement for College Athletes

Labelled a landmark decision, a U.S. federal judge has approved a 60 million dollar settlement for college athletes in a class-action lawsuit filed against the...

USOC discuss possible cities to submit bids for 2024 Summer Games

Expressly encouraged by IOC President Thomas Bach to enter a bid for the Olympics, the U.S. Olympic Committee -- although insisting it has not been decided...

U.S. Receiving “Lot of Encouragement” From IOC Members For 2024 Olympic Bid, Probst Claims

A potential bid from America for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics is receiving strong support already from International Olympic Committee (IOC) members it was...

A Reflective Jacques Rogge

There are precisely two months to go in Jacques Rogge’s term as president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). He is not, at least...

Wrestling’s Olympic Future: Now What?

So interesting, indeed, to bear witness to the emotional recoil to the move by the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) policy-making executive  board to cut...

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...

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