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Bernie Ecclestone Planning To Launch Masters Racing Series Featuring Former F1 Drivers

04 / 18 / 14

F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone "is planning to launch a masters series for former Formula One drivers following the concept which has been made popular by sports such as golf and tennis," according to Christian Sylt for FORBES. It would see "superstar drivers such as Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet return...

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NRL Denies Slowing Doping Investigation

National Rugby League CEO Dave Smith "has struck back at claims rugby league is stonewalling anti-doping investigators" -- and called on them to get on with the job instead of playing a "blame game," according to Andrew Webster of the Sydney DAILY TELEGRAPH. In a clear response to claims from World ...

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ECB To Invest In Community Cricket

The England and Wales Cricket Board will invest £96M ($149M) in community cricket in the next four years after a Memorandum of Understanding was signed with the ECB's recreational assembly. The MOU was agreed during a day of meetings at the Kia Oval, which culminated in the ECB's annual meetin ...

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Ousted May Slams ICC After Election

Tim May, who was ousted from an Int'l Cricket Council committee following allegations of pressure from India, said it is time someone ''stood up to the cancer of stand-over tactics'' that defines the governing body, according Chloe Saltau of THE AGE. May, the cricket world's most prominent player ad ...

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Internet Campaign Protests Puerto Ruling

The Internet campaign that started a week ago to request that the blood bags from the "Operation Puerto" case not be destroyed has more than 20,000 signatures in Spain, according to the EFE. Ex-cyclist Óscar Freire and athletes Pablo Villalobos, Concha Montaner, Antonio Reina, Luis Alberto Ma ...

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PCB Elects Zaka Ashraf To Four-Year Term

Pakistan Cricket Board Chair Zaka Ashraf on Wednesday became the country's first elected head of the sport, "winning a four-year term under a new constitution approved earlier this year," according to PAKISTAN TODAY. The Int'l Cricket Council "directed all its members to run their boards democratica ...

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FIFA Acts On Racism With Extra Officials

FIFA "has proposed the introduction of extra officials in stadiums to watch out for incidents of racism, plus a two-tier system of sanctions" for teams whose followers indulge in discriminatory behavior, according to Brian Homewood of REUTERS. A FIFA statement said the new officials "would identify ...

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WADA Boss: NRL Needs To Model AFL

World Anti-Doping Agency President John Fahey has launched a stinging attack against the National Rugby League for its handling of the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority investigation, claiming the Australian Football League "has shown far greater leadership on the issue," according to Stu ...

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Teen Golfers Promoting Sport In China

When 14-year-old Chinese golfer Guan Tianlang competed at The Masters, he became "the youngest player to compete in a major championship," according to XINHUA. Weeks later, 12-year-old Ye Wocheng "became the youngest player to compete" in the Volvo China Open, part of the European Tour. China ...

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League Notes

Horse trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni has lodged an appeal against the severity of his ban "following horse racing's biggest ever doping scandal." News Al Zarooni "is set to launch an appeal against his eight-year ban will be the last thing his former boss Sheikh Mohammad wanted to hear." Everything ...

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New Scotland Rugby Coach Kept Secret

The Scotland Rugby Union has confirmed that it has "reached agreement with a new Scotland head coach," and, while it is keeping his identity secret for now, the man "is not a Scot and Australian Ewen McKenzie has emerged as front-runner," according to David Ferguson of the SCOTSMAN. The SRU has "str ...

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