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British Cyclists Used TUEs To 'Find A Gain,' Former Technical Dir Sutton Says

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 20 / 17

Former British Cycling Technical Dir and Team Sky coach Shane Sutton said that getting a therapeutic use exemption was a "legitimate means" for an athlete to "find a gain" if he or she felt 5% below his or her best, according to Tom Cary of the London TELEGRAPH. Speaking to the makers of documentary...

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SANZAAR Open To Pacific Islands Team

Related story: Opinion: Super Rugby Needs Pacific Islands SANZAAR "praised the strong support and competitiveness of rugby in the Pacific Islands," saying it will not rule out their inclusion in a further Super Rugby expansion, according to the NEW ZEALAND HERALD. SANZAAR CEO Andy ...

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League Notes

Spanish third division side Recreativo "managed to fend off automatic relegation and almost certain liquidation right at the last minute pending confirmation in the next few hours from the Spanish Footballers' Association (AFE) that finances have been raised in order to pay players' wages." Huel ...

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Swans Obliged To Play At ANZ Stadium

The Australian Football League "will have to pay compensation to ANZ Stadium" to guarantee that Sydney plays its home finals this year at the Sydney Cricket Ground and avoids "a backlash from Swans fans," according to Andrew Wu of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. While the Swans "have successfully ne ...

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UCI, USADA To Collaborate On Testing

The Int'l Cycling Union (UCI) and the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency announced the establishment of a formal collaborative partnership that will allow for extensive cooperation through the sharing of relevant anti-doping information, intelligence and athlete biological passport data, and participation in j ...

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CPL Moving Into Asia

As English cricket "goes through a divisive debate over the future of its Twenty20 tournament its main rival is looking to expand with the Caribbean Premier League eyeing a move into the Asian market with matches in Singapore or Hong Kong," according to Nick Hoult of the London TELEGRAPH. The CPL is ...

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Paul Ereng Blames Greed, Ignorance

Former Olympic 800m champion Paul Ereng believes "ignorance, greed and neglect by officials are to blame for the increase in doping incidents among his Kenyan compatriots," according to Isaack Omulo of REUTERS. Ereng said, "Doping is on the rise because athletes are gullible and would want to earn s ...

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Opinion: Super Rugby Needs Pacific Islands

It was almost a year ago that the New Zealand All Blacks "made history when they played a test in Apia for the first time," according to Gregor Paul of the NEW ZEALAND HERALD. On Thursday "more history will be made" when Super Rugby side Chiefs clash with the Crusaders in Suva, Fiji, in what will be ...

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Women's AFL Player Can Hand-Pick Clubs

Australia's most "in-demand female footballers have won rare licence: the power to hand-pick" the Australian Football League club they want to call home and "reject even the most compelling of suitors," according to Samantha Lane of THE AGE. Behind-the-scenes "bidding wars have amplified since the A ...

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Fischtown Penguins To Replace Freezers

German second division hockey club Fischtown Penguins "is set to replace the Hamburg Freezers in the top flight German Hockey League (DEL)," according to the SID. The Hamburg Freezers "ceased operation after owners Anschutz Entertainment Group were unwilling to keep investing money in a losing opera ...

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R&A Welcomes Fesh Ballot Decision

The Royal & Ancient "welcomed the news that Muirfield wants to hold a fresh ballot over whether to admit women members, just six weeks after the golf club rejected the proposal," according to the London TELEGRAPH. A two-thirds majority "was required to alter the Scottish club's constitution" but ...

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