Quote of the Day

"Kenya's credibility is being doubted in the athletics world and that is a matter we take very seriously. We must end it."
-- Athletics Kenya President Isaiah Kiplagat, on the country opening an anti-doping center. (REUTERS, 5/14)
Thursday May 16, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 238 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Coaches In Crosshairs

    U.K. tax authority HMRC "has opened a new front in the battle to collect" the £32B ($49B) in tax it estimates goes unpaid in Britain every year -- pursuing football coaches, according to David Conn of the London GUARDIAN. HMRC has written to 3,300 coaches understood to have a UEFA level qualification -- the more professional end of the game -- "calling on them to disclose and pay any outstanding tax or face possible criminal charges."

  • A Short Run

    UK Athletics coach Eriksson quits after only five months on the job.

  • Before The Bar

    Munich prosecutors charge F1 CEO Ecclestone with bribery.

  • Bank On It

    Commonwealth Bank, Cricket Australia sponsorship deal worth more than $50M.

  • Back On Circuit

    Honda to return to F1 as engine supplier for McLaren, sources say.

  • Fully Charged

    Renault, Spark Racing team up to build, supply cars for new Formula E circuit.

  • Common Ground

    Indian Olympic Association agrees to abide by IOC rules as first step to reinstatement.

  • Going To School

    Argentine club Boca Juniors to open football school in India.

  • Tough Talk

    FIFA threatens to pull World Cup matches from São Paulo over construction delays.

  • Hearts Murmurs

    SPL clubs claim Heart of Midlothian are delaying administration to avoid relegation.

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