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EHF plans reform of top club competitions from 2020

VIENNA, October 20, 2017 - The EHF has revealed its plans for the future of its club competitions from 2020. Following the decision to expand the Men’s EHF EURO final tournament from 16 to 24 teams from 2020, proposals for the reform of men’s and women’s top club competitions have now been presented. The plans form the basis of the EHF’s ongoing tender process for its audio-visual and marketing rights through to 2030. The long-term offering from the EHF has proved to be an attractive proposition on the international sports and media markets, with 25 ...

INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE

Beep, beep! Another voter anvil hits the IOC

By Alan Abrahamson
BUDAPEST, October 17, 2017 - Here is a multiple-choice quiz. When someone says, “No way, dude,” is he or she referring to the odds of success of: a) That oiled-up guy from Tonga who walked in the opening ceremony at the Rio 2016 Summer Games, Pita Taufatofua, suddenly appearing in the same outfit at the top of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games halfpipe to announce, as he locks himself into snowboard boots, that he will now throw down — watch out, Shaun White — an unprecedented trick involving corks, flips and other head-spinning gyrations; b) George ...
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Diego Ulissi claims overall victory in Tour of Turkey

By Murat Agca
ISTANBUL, October 18, 2017 - 53rd Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey, which started on October 10 in Alanya, came to an end on October 15 in İstanbul. After finishes in Kemer, Fethiye, Marmaris, Selçuk and İzmir, the city where two continents meet hosted 13 teams from all over the world to seal the deal.   UAE Team Emirates’ Italian rider Diego Ulissi, the winner of the queen stage on the fourth day, won the general classification after reaching the finish line safely in stage six. Jesper Hansen (Astana) was second on the general classification ...

FOOTBALL

UEFA and FARE network unite to promote inclusion, diversity and accessibility

NYON, October 17, 2017 - UEFA will be reiterating its support to tackle all forms of discrimination and promote inclusion, diversity and accessibility as part of the FARE network’s Football People actions weeks, which is running from 5 October to 19 October. Activities are taking place at a total of 58 matches in the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Players and clubs involved in these competitions are lending their support to both the FARE network and UEFA, who are committed to fighting for an end to discrimination ...
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