Featured Story

Int'l Cricket Council Launches Corruption Investigation In Sri Lanka

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 25 / 17

The Int'l Cricket Council's Anti-Corruption Unit "launched an investigation in Sri Lanka," the ICC said, according to Greg Stutchbury of REUTERS. The ICC "did not give any details" as to what the nature of its investigation entailed, only that ACU officers had recently visited the country. ACU GM Al...

Read More

Tags: Asia, Leagues and Governing Bodies

More Stories

09/07/17
Todt: F1 Has No 'Serious Offers'

FIA President Jean Todt said that he "has not had any offers he deems serious from interested parties wishing to enter Formula 1 in the future," according to Lawrence Barretto of MOTORSPORT. Earlier this year, Zoran Stefanović revealed plans for a second attempt to enter a team for '19, having pre ...

Tags: Europe, Leagues and Governing Bodies

09/07/17
ARU To Face Senate Inquiry Over Force

The Australian Rugby Union will be the "subject of a Senate inquiry into the future of the code" after a motion from West Australian Senator Linda Reynolds was passed in the Upper House on Wednesday, according to Tom Decent of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. In light of RugbyWA losing its appeal in the N ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, Australia

09/07/17
League Notes

Spanish Superior Sports Council (CSD) President José Ramón Lete on Monday met with t he five Spanish Basketball League (ACB) clubs that will compete in the upcoming EuroLeague season : Real Madrid, Barcelona, Baskonia, Unicaja and Valencia. Of the teams' threat to form a new competi ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

09/06/17
Western Force's Appeal Dismissed

The NSW Supreme Court dismissed an appeal by RugbyWA to keep the Western Force in Super Rugby, but billionaire backer Andrew Forrest said that the club "could still fight the matter in the High Court," according to Tom Decent of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. Justice David Hammerschlag dismissed th ...

Tags: Australia, Leagues and Governing Bodies

09/05/17
McLaren F1 Poised To Ditch Honda

The McLaren Formula 1 team is poised to end its "bedevilled relationship with Honda" by agreeing to a deal for Renault to supply its engines from next season, according to Oliver Brown of the London TELEGRAPH. After "another gut-wrenching race for the team," with Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorn ...

Tags: Europe, Leagues and Governing Bodies

09/05/17
Force To Hear Final Decision This Week

After "months of uncertainty," the future of Super Rugby side Western Force is "set to be decided upon this week by the New South Wales Supreme Court," according to FOX SPORTS. It has been "147 days since the Australian Rugby Union announced its intention of culling" one of its five Super Rugby fran ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, Australia

09/05/17
League Notes

Formula 1 execs are " under pressure " to scrap their rulebook after Lewis Hamilton emerged the winner form a "farcical" Italian Grand Prix. Hamilton "cantered to an easy victory," while Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel "rescued third place from the pre-race shambles that confused fans and pundits."&n ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

09/01/17
F1 Grid Penalties Should End, Brawn Says

Formula 1 Managing Dir Ross Brawn said that F1 execs are "pushing for an end to grid penalties in grand prix racing because the system has got out of control," according to Nimmervoll & Noble of AUTOSPORT. Since F1 moved toward "long-life components," drivers who use too many components have rec ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

09/01/17
NRL Considers Options If Players Boycott

The National Rugby League "has begun talking to its clubs about the prospect of pressing ahead with the Dally M Awards even if the players decide to boycott the event in protest at the slow progress of pay talks," according to Brent Read of THE AUSTRALIAN. While the NRL "remains optimistic" it can a ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, Australia

09/01/17
Garbajosa Addresses Possible Breakaway

Spanish Basketball Federation (FEB) President Jorge Garbajosa said that the federation "is not in agreement" with Spanish Basketball League (ACB) sides Real Madrid, Barcelona, Baskonia and Unicaja possibly leaving the Spanish Basketball League , according to the EFE. Garbajosa said that he is worki ...

Tags: Europe, Leagues and Governing Bodies

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug