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TORONTO (Reuters) - Two of the men that put the doping crisis in the global spotlight say the integrity of sport now faces a greater threat from match-fixing than drug cheats.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Swimmer Ian Thorpe headlined a who's who of Australian Olympic champions calling for more government spending on elite sport on Wednesday, writing in an open letter that the current funding model was "broken".
LONDON (Reuters) - World Anti-Doping Agency president Craig Reedie has said he is deeply offended by charges that WADA put money above clean sport when it reinstated Russia's anti-doping agency, a move which he said was aimed only at achieving Russian compliance.
PETALING JAYA: eSports is finally getting the recognition it deserves as it will be a medal sport at the upcoming SEA Games in the Philippines next year.
LONDON (Reuters) - UK Sport said on Wednesday that holding the 2030 World Cup in Britain would be a "crowning achievement" to bookend a decade of sport that includes plans to host the Ryder Cup, the world athletics championships and the grand departs of the three major cycling tours.
KURSK, Russia (Reuters) - Three years ago, Russian athletics coach Vladimir Mokhnev was banned for 10 years by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, global sport's over-arching judicial body, for giving prohibited performance-enhancing drugs to members of the national track team.
(Reuters) - British former marathon runner Paula Radcliffe believes the verdict of a legal case involving Olympic champion Caster Semenya could open the door for transgender athletes to claim an unfair advantage in women's sport.
PARIS (Reuters) - After becoming the first sport to ban Tramadol, cycling is looking to use the same "health reasons" justification to prohibit the use of corticosteroids by 2020, International Cycling Union (UCI) president David Lappartient told Reuters.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Skinny, pale and sitting in front of a computer, Lee Sang-hyeok doesn’t look much like a traditional Olympic athlete.
(Reuters) - Britain's short track speedskating fraternity expressed disappointment with UK Sport's decision on Monday to discontinue funding for the sport in the 2022 Beijing Olympic cycle.