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UEFA 2012 Championships to Poland, Ukraine

April 18, 2007

UEFA President Michel Platini reveals the winner of the race to host the 2012 championship.   (ATR) Poland and the Ukraine will host the 2012 European Footb...

ATR Federations Update: Greek Sport Suspension Ends, Boxing Worlds, UEFA

April 20, 2007

 (ATR) Greek sports leagues are back in business this week following a two week suspension ordered by the government after violence at a women's volleyball...

International Federations Push for Larger Share of Olympics Cash

April 24, 2007

The ASOIF meeting in Beijing. (ATR)  (ATR) The 28 federations of the Summer Olympics are calling on the IOC to distribute Olympic Games revenues in “a more ...

NBC, U.S. Figure Skating Announce Broadcast Partnership

April 24, 2007

 (ATR) NBC Sports has obtained the rights to broadcast U.S. Figure Skating events, after coverage was dropped by ABC. The new deal is similar to the networ...

Press Release: ITU Online Expansion

April 25, 2007

 NORTH VANCOUVER, Canada - The International Triathlon Union (ITU) has proudly expanded its interactive family of websites to promote and advance initiativ...

IIHF Men's World Championships Preview

April 27, 2007

The new Arena Khodynka in Moscow, constructed for the 2007 Worlds.  (ATR) The 2007 IIHF Men’s World Championships are underway in Moscow and Mystichi, Russi...

New Leadership for Taekwondo

February 17, 2004

(ATR) - The president of Italy's Taekwondo federation, Sun Jae Park, has been elected as interim president of the World Taekwondo Federation. The election came at a meeting of...

New Leadership for Taekwondo Federation

January 17, 2004

(ATR) - The president of Italy's Taekwondo federation, Sun Jae Park, has been elected as interim president of the World Taekwondo Federation. The election came at a meeting of...

Baseball, Softball, Forming Games Plan

February 05, 2004

(ATR) - Leaders of baseball and softball at the international level will meet later this month to firm-up a strategy aimed at keeping both sports in the Olympic program. The t...

IAAF Leader Artur Takac Feared Lost

February 03, 2004

(ATR) - Artur Takac, 86, a longtime friend and confidant to former IOC President Juan Antonio Samaranch, as well as an adviser to the IAAF, may have died on a ski outing last ...

IAAF Rejects Cover Up Claim

November 12, 2003

(ATR) - The International Association of Athletics Federations is rejecting reports that it may have tried to cover up positive tests from American shot putter C.J. Hunter in ...

IAAF: USTAF Taking "Postitive" Steps

November 08, 2003

(ATR) - Track and field athletes in the U.S. now risk a lifetime ban for a first offense involving steroids. National governing body USA Track and Field adopted the tough new ...