• IOC still hopeful NHL players will compete in Pyeongchang
    Reuters1 hour ago

    IOC still hopeful NHL players will compete in Pyeongchang

    By Karolos Grohmann BERLIN (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee was hopeful negotiations with the National Hockey League would eventually be successful, allowing the world's best players to compete at next year's Pyeongchang winter Games, the governing body said on Thursday. The

  • New British Cycling performance chief pledges swift progress
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    New British Cycling performance chief pledges swift progress

    By Alexander Smith LONDON (Reuters) - British Cycling's incoming performance director promised rapid action in areas including leadership and governance on Wednesday, but said the body did not require wholesale change. Stephen Park, who steps down as manager of Britain's successful Olympic

  • Under suspicion, Fredericks urged to step aside from IAAF
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    Under suspicion, Fredericks urged to step aside from IAAF

    Under investigation by an Olympic ethics panel over a $300,000 payment he received, IAAF Council member Frank Fredericks has been urged by a colleague to step aside from the governing body's work. European Athletics president Svein-Arne Hansen's call to Fredericks on Wednesday came three weeks

  • Russia says 3 disqualified from 2012 Olympics for doping
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    Russia says 3 disqualified from 2012 Olympics for doping

    Three Russian athletes have been disqualified from the 2012 Olympics after failing doping retests, the country's track federation said. Hammer throwers Maria Bespalova and Gulfiya Khanafeeva, and triple jumper Viktoria Valyukevich were all disqualified. The disqualifications of Bespalova and Khanafeeva