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  • Media Watch - An Olympic Endorsement in Presidential Election, Hamilton 2015 Update


    Columnist Meri-Jo Borzilleri hopes to swayU.S. voters in the Presidential election, saying a vote for candidate Barack Obama would help bring the Games to Chicago in 2016.

    The Hamilton Spectator provides an update on the city’s bid for the 2015 Pan American Games.

    Canada’s the National Post profiles high-dollar ticket packages for the 2010 Olympics.

    Conservative blog, Right Side News, writes about Londoners fear of Muslims being offended by the Olympics.

    Los Angeles Times columnist Philip Hersh said he doesn’t thinkMarion Jones was telling the truth on her Oprah appearance.

    A profile in the Daily Advertiser discusses how diuretic drugs work in doping.

    The Associated Press says a slew of positive drug tests in American football for bumetanide sent anti-doping experts scrambling for information because it hasn’t been used in so long. 

    In Australia’s the Age, news came out that a survey of Australian athletes found athletes think doping is widespread among their peers.

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