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WBC: Document to Protect Boxer’s Safety

The World Boxing Council (WBC) has initiated steps to prevent fight organizers from exploiting boxers. The council intends to achieve this goal by creating a document specifying detailed information about…

FIFA Wants to Clear Things Up about the World Cup Voting

On Thursday, FIFA`s executive committee will have a meeting it regard to the confusion about the World Cup bidding process, that was involved in a corruption scandal. The meeting will…

Open Water Swimmer Fran Crippen Died This Weekend

Francis Crippen, swimmer who won a world championship medal, dies this weekend during the World Cup Marathon Swimming 10km, in the United Arab Emirates. The American swimmer died last Saturday…

Decisions on Olympics Changes Could be Made Today by IOC

A series of proposals have been forwarded on Sunday to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) which could change the Olympics in the future. Concerns over the impact that fireworks have…

Nyad Cancels Swim from Cuba to Florida Due to Bad Weather

Diana Nyad, an experienced long-distance swimmer said on Friday that she was canceling her 100 miles swim that she was planning to start in Cuba and end in Florida. She…

WADA Puts Brazil and Russia on the Spot on Anti Doping

World’s Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has placed Russia and Brazil under microscope ahead of the world’s biggest sporting events. This report was given by WADA on Wednesday. Sochi is set to…

US Olympic Teams to be Coached by Deem and Valmon

Coaches Amy Deem and Andrew Valmon are set to prepare US Olympic teams ahead of the 2012 Olympics that will be held in London. Sources familiar with these processes said…

Amgen Tour of California to Start at Lake Tahoe

The biggest cycling event in the US, the Amgen Tour of California, will begin at Lake Tahoe in 2011. This is the first time this area is involved in the…

Aussie Rules Grand Final Replay

Not since 1977 has an Australian rules football grand final being replayed because of a draw. Traditionally, the last Saturday in September has been the biggest sporting event on the…

Wizards Owner Leonsis Fined for Unauthorized Comments on New Labor Deal

Ted Leonsis, the owner of the basketball team Washington Wizards, was fined $100,000 by the National Basketball Association (NBA) for unauthorized revelation of a new labor negotiation, to a group…