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NCAA could seek once-radical solutions after high court loss

Kingsport Times-News 23 Jun 2021
Embedded in Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s scathing rebuke of the NCAA and its rules were a few suggestions on how college sports can be reformed to avoid being sued into oblivion ... After the NCAA’s stinging loss, college sports leaders are acknowledging the next path will have to include changes that once seemed antithetical to the mission.
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Supreme Court sides with athletes in dispute with NCAA over rules limiting benefits

The Polk County Standard Journal 22 Jun 2021
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court dealt the NCAA a unanimous defeat Monday and ruled the multibillion-dollar college sports industry can be sued under the antitrust laws for conspiring to make money by insisting star athletes be unpaid amateurs ... Instead, the court said the association has no legal shield from a price-fixing claim.
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On this day in 2012: Danish Kaneria handed lifetime ban by ECB for spot-fixing

Belfast Telegraph 22 Jun 2021
Westfield, who had been sentenced to four months in jail – of which he ended up serving two – earlier that year after pleading guilty to spot-fixing at the Old Bailey, was given a five-year ban from the sport ... Get quick and easy access to the latest Northern Ireland news, sport, business and opinion with the Belfast Telegraph App.
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By conflating gender and sex we undermine sporting competition | Tanya Aldred

The Guardian 22 Jun 2021
Fairness is at the heart of sport and without separate categories for the sexes there would be no women in Olympic finals What is fairness? In sport, everything ... Doping in sport.
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Soccer coach's life ban cut to 5 years in fixing case

News-Press Now 22 Jun 2021
The coach who led Nigeria to two Olympic medals in men's soccer had his life ban by FIFA in a match-fixing case cut to five years on Monday. The Court of Arbitration for Sport said a life ban for Samson Siasia was "disproportionate" for a passive offense which did not earn him any money.
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The NCAA Looks Like a Dead Organization Walking

New York Magazine 22 Jun 2021
College sports in their current form must exist, the NCAA and basically anyone who defends the system will tell you, because they have always existed ... College sports don’t just represent tradition; they are tradition ... Now it’s up to the NCAA and administrators and university presidents to come up with a plan to save their sports — or else.
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Genius Sports Clinches Major Expansion of Official Data, Streaming and Media Partnership With the Argentine ...

The Marshall News Messenger 22 Jun 2021
Genius Sports Limited (NYSE ... Mark Locke, CEO of Genius Sports, said ... As the trusted integrity partner to the English Premier League, Dimayor Colombia and the German Football Association, Genius Sports will continue to safeguard all levels of Argentinian soccer from the threats of match-fixing and betting-related corruption ... About Genius Sports.
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How the twin debuts of Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid at Lord’s in 1996 defined the future of Indian cricket

Yahoo Daily News 22 Jun 2021
I craved the drug of sport, for without that fix, my insides would have withered and died ... Over the four days of the match, I was among a handful of diehard fans of the sport who watched a genius at work ... In three short years, all three would be gone under the shadow of match fixing charges.
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Sam Mellinger: The Kansas City Royals and Adalberto Mondesi have the same problem. It’s a ...

Hastings Tribune 22 Jun 2021
He was 17 ... Again ... That’s why a lot of us love the sport ... But the Royals need to know with as much certainty as possible whether this is a problem with his preparation, his ability to play through pain, a body that is simply not built for the brutality of a 162-game season, or the worst luck in professional sports. Preparation would be the easiest fix ... .
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Matt Calkins: You’ve got to hand it to the Mariners, they really know how to ...

Hastings Tribune 22 Jun 2021
When did you know that the Mariners had the game won?. Was it the second the ball came off Shed Long’s bat?. Was it the moment it appeared out of right fielder Manuel Margot’s reach?. Or was it before that? Has this team managed to convince you that, when it’s close, they’ll end up with the cigar? ... Sign up for Fan Fix. Your dose of local sports news ... .
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England might have underwhelmed against Scotland, but it’s not over yet

Metro UK 22 Jun 2021
The pressure is on Gareth’s Southgate’s side ahead of tonight’s match against the Czech Republic (Picture. Srdjan Stevanovic/ The FA via Getty Images) ... He should ... MORE ... MORE ... For more stories like this, check our sport page. Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram How to get your Metro newspaper fix ... .
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US Supreme Court backs payments for student athletes

Urdu Point 21 Jun 2021
The US Supreme Court ruled Monday that America's top university athletics body cannot use its monopoly power to block student-athletes from getting extra benefits for playing sports, eroding its power over the multi-billion-dollar college sports industry ... college sports industry.
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US Supreme Court backs payments for NCAA student-athletes

The National 21 Jun 2021
The US Supreme Court ruled on Monday that America's top university athletics body cannot use its monopoly power to block student-athletes from receiving extra benefits for playing sports, eroding its power over the multibillion-dollar college sports industry ... of college sports.
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Football coach's life ban cut to 5 years in fixing case

Hindustan Times 21 Jun 2021
The coach who led Nigeria to two Olympic medals in men’s football had his life ban by FIFA in a match-fixing case cut to five years on Monday ... The coach who led Nigeria to two Olympic medals in men’s football had his life ban by FIFA in a match-fixing case cut to five years on Monday.
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Soccer coach’s life ban cut to 5 years in fixing case

Wtop 21 Jun 2021
GENEVA (AP) — The coach who led Nigeria to two Olympic medals in men’s soccer had his life ban by FIFA in a match-fixing case cut to five years on Monday. The Court of Arbitration for Sport said a life ban for Samson Siasia was “disproportionate” for a passive offense which did not earn him any money.

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