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Tainted Suresh Kalmadi loses AAA elections

The scam-tainted Suresh Kalmadi was on Monday ousted as president of the Asian Athletics Association, losing the re-election bid to Qatar's Dahlan Jumaan Al-Hamad on the opening day of the......

IOC confident Saudi women will compete in London

Saudi Arabia looks set to send women athletes to an Olympics for the first time later this year. The Saudis, Brunei and Qatar have never previously included females in their teams and the......

Federer no match for Nadal's athleticism, says McEnroe

There are few more impressive sights in sport than Roger Federer in full flow on a tennis court but the Swiss great cannot compare with Rafael Nadal as an athlete, says former world No.1 John......

Tainted IOA official Bhanot set to contest Asian Athletics Association polls

Former Indian Olympic Association secretary general Lalit Bhanot is set to contest for the post of vice-president of the Asian Athletics Association when the elections for the continental body are......

Kalmadi is Asian Athletics Association Life President

Tainted Indian sports administrator Suresh Kalmadi has been made Life President of the Asian Athletics Association for his "work in the development of athletics in the continent" during his 13-year......

In Pix: Asia's golden age of sport

SISTAR perform during the Closing Ceremony of the 2014 Asian Games at the Incheon Asiad Main Stadium. Photograph: Getty Images The 17th Asian Games came to a close on Saturday, bringing an end to......
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AIBA Executive Committee meets in Doha

The International Boxing Association Executive Committee meets in Doha, Qatar on 7 - 9 July 2015 in order to review business plans of the AIBA... ...

http://www.thesportscampus.com/2015070744324/the-business-of-sports/aiba-executive-committee-meets-in-doha
Experts offer new guidelines for athletes competing in the heat

(Reuters Health) With new recommendations, a panel of experts aims to help athletes compete in hot environments. Many major sporting events take... ...

http://in.reuters.com/article/2015/06/24/us-temperature-sports-hydration-idINKBN0P42P220150624?feedType=RSS&feedName=health
Pelosi wants federal workers included in bill to help Americans hurt by trade deals

Govt will procure high-yielding rootstocks from Europe to boost fruit export: Mufti RBI to issue Rs 10 notes with Guv's signature Party workers... ...

http://www.uniindia.com/news/international/pelosi-wants-federal-workers-included-in-bill-to-help-americans-hurt-by-trade-deals/89064.html
Corruption in sport initiative

aims to mobilise wider audiences in the fight against corruption through connecting the sports community to the wider movement against corruption.... ...

http://www.pressreleasepoint.com/corruption-sport-initiative
Obama wants FIFA to show 'more integrity'

Kreun/Lausanne: US President Barack Obama on Monday made his first comments on the scandal enveloping soccer's governing body, saying the sport is... ...

http://newstodaynet.com/sports/obama-wants-fifa-show-more-integrity

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