Official at Both FIFA and IOC Resigns From Soccer-Related Roles Amidst Bribery Claims
The DOJ has indicted or accepted guilty pleas from more than 40 people since it opened its investigation on FIFA in 2015. That tally could soon jump significantly.
Former Arsenal Forward Andrey Arshavin Claims Some Sports Are “Simply Impossible Without Doping”
Now seeing out his career with Kazakh side FC Kairat, Arshavin has made a stir in Russia by claiming that doping is par for the course in some sports.
Judges Sent Home From Rio Olympics After Controversial Boxing Results
The Amateur International Boxing Association has responded to scathing criticism over the last few days by dropping a number of judges and referees.
Haitian Olympian Jeffrey Julmis Redefines The Phrase ‘Falling at the First Hurdle’
Julmis went into the 110m hurdles with the confidence of ten men, but the jumping ability of an extremely small and possibly concussed child.