Court of Arbitration for Sport

 
Boxing body vote could see sport thrown out of Olympics
Boxing body vote could see sport thrown out of Olympics
The congress of the scandal-hit International Amateur Boxing Federation (AIBA) that begins in Moscow on Friday may be a turning point for the sport...
IAAF, ASA agree court must rule on female classification
IAAF, ASA agree court must rule on female classification
Athletics South Africa (ASA) president Aleck Skhosana and International Association of Athletics Federations president Sebastian Coe met in London...
Caster Semenya to challenge ‘discriminatory’ IAAF testosterone rule
Caster Semenya to challenge ‘discriminatory’ IAAF testosterone rule
Two-time gold medallist and world champion Caster Semenya will head to the Court of Arbitration (CAS) for Sport today to challenge new International...
Retired Jan Ullrich banned for doping
Retired Jan Ullrich banned for doping
Retired former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich has been found guilty of doping in relation to a blood-doping scandal that engulfed his sport six...
Contador's career decision hangs in the balance
Contador's career decision hangs in the balance
Disgraced former 2010 Tour de France champion Alberto Contador was on Tuesday braced to piece together his future as a professional cyclist a day...
Sport court rejects Namibia's Zengue appeal
Sport court rejects Namibia's Zengue appeal
Sport's highest court has upheld its decision to allow Burkina Faso to compete in the Africa Cup of Nations and rejected an appeal by Namibia over...
African football drama of 2012 to begin in Swiss boardroom
African football drama of 2012 to begin in Swiss boardroom
The first African football drama of 2012 will unfold in a Swiss boardroom as Namibia continue a battle to get Burkina Faso kicked out of the...
Contador at CAS to battle 2010 doping charges
Contador at CAS to battle 2010 doping charges
Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador arrived on Monday to fight a bid by cycling's governing body to impose a doping ban which could strip him of his...
SA files preliminary papers for 2020 Olympics
SA files preliminary papers for 2020 Olympics
The United States and South Africa are among at least five countries that have filed preliminary paperwork required by the International Olympic...
Why SA needs a 'sports court'
Why SA needs a 'sports court'
South Africa needs an effective, simple and independent national dispute-resolution panel that would offer binding arbitration and non-binding...
Future of Olympic soccer in danger
Future of Olympic soccer in danger
Football is in danger of losing its prominent position at the Olympics after a ruling allowing clubs to deny them a place at the Games, IOC supremo...
Pistorius shines in The Netherlands
Pistorius shines in The Netherlands
Wearing his trademark Cheetah blades, South African double-amputee runner Oscar Pistorius won the 100m and 400m races at a Dutch Paralympic meet on...

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