News articles

  • 24.05.2017 /
    Corruption has been haunting Philippine sports for decades. The latest example is in volleyball, where an intense in-fight with all means has left the old federation benched internationally.
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    18.05.2017 /
    Two more members of FIFA’s governance committee have left their seat after last week’s council meeting revealed that the former chairman would not be reappointed.
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    11.05.2017 /
    The UN Secretary-General has decided to close the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP). The decision may send a “problematic message”, says chair of EPAS Consultative Committee.
  • Photo: Thomas Couto/Flickr
    10.05.2017 /
    The FIFA Council has voted to replace the heads of both chambers of its Ethics committee, Eckert and Borbély. The two hit back in a statement claiming that this signals the end of FIFA’s reforms. FIFA has also chosen to part with Miguel Maduro, Head of FIFA’s governance and review committee.
  • 09.05.2017 /
    Without any apparent justification, Bahraini authorities have barred German reporter Robert Kempe, who has written critically about Bahraini sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, from entering the country to attend the FIFA Congress.
  • 09.05.2017 /
    The EAA’s suggestion to erase athletic records not living up to new criteria for anti-doping prompted accusations of doping cover-ups performed by EAA president Svein Arne Hansen during his time as head of the Bislett Games.
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    08.05.2017 /
    John Coates has been re-elected as president of the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) and is now facing the task of uniting the AOC and bring about sought after change.
  • 04.05.2017 /
    Register now and be part of the 10th Play the Game conference, which will take place in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 26-30 November 2017.

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