A week of statements appears to have come to an end and they have had little effect, truth be told.
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The flame for the 2019 Winter Universiade is destined for the host city of Krasnoyarsk in Siberia after being kindled on the Northern Italian city of Turin earlier this week.
Why is it I am not totally sold on Anthony Joshua? I mean, what’s not to like about him?
Cycling is a sport where tactics are crucial. And for the moment, Richard Plugge, vice-president of the team’s representative body, the AIGCP, is playing a waiting game.
I am going to stick my neck out here: like colleague Liam Morgan, I fully expect the Executive Committee of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to back reinstatement of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) in the distant Seychelles tomorrow.
You do not need to look particularly hard to find comments from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) leadership which express how crucial sticking to the original roadmap on Russian reinstatement is for the future credibility and integrity of the organisation.
This week, a crucial decision in the world of anti-doping will be made. Will it be the right one?
Michael Pavitt: 2026 Winter Olympic race steps up a notch as Beijing offers potential platform to ease public concerns
With Russia and the World Anti-Doping Agency taking the vast majority of recent headlines, an important week in the race for the 2026 Winter Olympics has felt consigned to the backburner.
To all you card game fans out there I sincerely apologise, but I have to ask because it has been bugging me for weeks.
To walk through the entrance to Seoul’s Olympic Stadium complex today is to be taken back 30 years in time.
Ignore that old adage which claims cheats never prosper. Oh yes they do, especially in sport.
It is a measure of Mike Lee's stature in the small, rather esoteric world that we and many of you inhabit that his recent death at the woefully early age of 61 serves to underline with sombre finality what we have known for a year now: that the golden age of Olympic bidding is over.
Just because an athlete has finished their race does not mean the race has finished with them.
Liam Morgan: IBU take steps in right direction but challenges remain for crisis-ridden body under new President
The familiar Lou Reed hit may have crept into the minds of delegates attending the International Biathlon Union (IBU) Congress following the Presidential election last Friday (September 7).
The fortunes of Lima 2019 and Panam Sports have been operating in near unison over the last couple of years.