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Part ll of McLaren investigation due in 'early December'

By Sonja Nikcevic
LONDON (Ontario), October 26, 2016 – The second and final part of the McLaren Investigation Report is set to be released in early December, as announced by WADA on Wednesday. “Professor Richard H. McLaren announces that he expects to release the ‘McLaren Investigation Report, Part II’, in early December 2016,” the WADA statement read, adding that more details will be available in the coming weeks.The final report is said to have been expected much earlier by the International Olympic Committee and its stakeholders, but McLaren had made it clear at an Ethics in Sport summit in September ...


ESPN and ABC networks to deliver first-ever coverage of Special Olympics World Winter Games Austria 2017

WASHINGTON DC, October 26, 2016 - In what is expected to be the largest Special Olympics World Winter Games in history, more than 2,600 Special Olympics athletes and coaches from 106 nations will compete in Austria and ESPN's global television networks and digital media will bring extensive coverage to sports fans and supporters of the Special Olympics movement around the world. ESPN's coverage, from March 18-25, marks the first-ever global coverage for a World Winter Games event.  As an official broadcaster of the Special Olympics World Winter Games, ESPN's television coverage ...
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IOC President Bach receives Honorary Doctorate from Tsukuba University

TOKYO, October 26, 2016 - The University of Tsukuba conferred an Honorary Doctorate on Thomas Bach at a special event held at the University of Tsukuba, Tokyo Campus on 20th October, exactly on the same date 10 years after the same honour was conferred upon former IOC President Jacques Rogge. The President of Tsukuba University, Prof. Kyosuke Nagata, thanked Thomas Bach for his long-standing contribution and continuous efforts to advance the Olympic movement. The event was attended by Mr. Yoshiro Mori, President of the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, ...


Jordan 2016, the playground of football dreams

By Jillian Angeline (United States) and Fátima Martínez (Paraguay)
AMMAN, October 22, 2016 -- The first female world cup in the Middle East drew to a close with Jordan showing its organisational might and asserting itself as a contender to host another such tournament.   The tournament was special for many reasons including its empowering message to women in this region and worldwide. The pitch proved to be a place for history to unfold as four players from the Jordan squad appeared in an official FIFA tournament wearing a hijab.   Jordan was a playground for 16 dreams. Host country Jordan and Cameroon took part in the U17 action ...
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