EuroLeague Welcomes EU's Ruling On Int'l Skating Union
The EuroLeague released a statement following the EU's ruling on two professional ice skaters' complaint against the Int'l Skating Union. The league said in the statement, "As a direct consequence of the ISU ruling, FIBA will no longer be able to:
- Sanction or threaten to sanction clubs for participating in Euroleague Commercial Assets’ (ECA) competitions (EuroLeague & EuroCup) as opposed to FIBA competitions (FIBA Basketball Champions League & FIBA Europe Cup).
- Sanction or threaten to sanction domestic leagues for their clubs choosing to participate in ECA’s competitions as opposed to FIBA’s competitions.
- Sanction or threaten to sanction officials or referee coaches for officiating in ECA’s competitions.
- Sanction or threaten to sanction national federations including their national teams for clubs from their territory choosing to participate in ECA’s competitions."