- Data Covid-19 USA — In the weeks since Norway’s women’s beach handball team was fined for wearing shorts instead of bikini bottoms, other countries have increased pressure for a change in federation rules.
- Data Covid-19 USA — A multiple Emmy winner, he created a specialty in crafting “teases,” short videos that precede major events like the Masters and N.F.L. playoff games.
Christine Mboma and a teammate were declared ineligible for the longer race because of a genetic condition that raises their testosterone levels. The rule has generated controversy.
The association, the leading governing body for college sports in America, may vote on proposals in January.
A former top coach who was once one of the world’s greatest distance runners, Salazar had already been suspended for breaking rules governing banned substances.
The South Korean broadcaster MBC showed photographs associating pizza with Italy, Chernobyl with Ukraine and Count Dracula with Romania in its coverage of the opening ceremony.
Norway’s beach handball players were each fined 150 euros for wearing shorts rather than the required bikini bottoms. A spokeswoman for the International Handball Federation said she didn’t know the reason for the rule.
He founded the American Basketball Association, which revolutionized the game, and participated in other imaginative, sometimes zany sports ventures.
Covid-19 protocols sometimes left teams without a traditional goaltender, meaning another player had to put on a lacrosse helmet or soccer gloves to keep the games going.
In comments still rippling through the network, the reporter Rachel Nichols, who is white, said Maria Taylor, who is Black, earned the job to host 2020 N.B.A. finals coverage because ESPN was “feeling pressure” on […]
Pressured by a wave of state laws taking effect on July 1, the college sports industry is on the verge of letting players profit off their names, images and likenesses.
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