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Olympic Committee Warns Iran: Keep Hands Off Sports Bodies

July 07, 2012

The International Olympic Committee has sent Iran a second letter over perceived government interference in Iran’s National Olympic Committee. Last week, the IOC urged the Ir...

Around the Rings Editor Ed Hula to Appear on BBC Radio During 2012 London Games

July 03, 2012

ATR Editor Ed Hula will appear on BBC Radio 4's afternoon news program "PM" with presenter Eddie Mair during the London 2012 Olympic Games. "I'm looking forward to contribu...

Atlanta's Walk to London a Path Down Memory Lane

June 28, 2012

Atlantans took a trip down memory lane at Centennial Olympic Park June 23 when the British Consulate General hosted "Walk to London," 34 days before the Summer Olympics were s...

F1: Sochi eyes Olympic stadium for Russian GP

June 20, 2012

Jun.19 (GMM) Organisers of the first Russian grand prix are tipped to incorporate the 2014 Winter Olympics stadium into the formula one circuit. The coastal city Sochi is ...

30 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for London Olympics: Part 2

June 08, 2012

KNOW NAMES BEFORE THE GAMES With less than two months until Queen Elizabeth? David Beckham? One Direction? lights the flame at the Olympic Stadium in London, athletes are u...

Cities with least risk to stay in Games race

May 29, 2012

AUSTRALIAN Olympic Committee president John Coates and other members of the International Olympic Committee's executive board will decide on a shortlist of candidates to host ...

IOC cuts Doha and Baku from Olympic bid field

May 29, 2012

The number of cities bidding for the 2020 Olympics was cut down from five to three when the IOC’s Executive Board at a meeting in Quebec yesterday voted to let only Madrid, To...

Olympic Beat Reporters Visit ATR Newsmaker Breakfast, May 24

May 17, 2012

You've seen their by-lines – now's your chance to hear what some of the world's leading Olympic beat reporters think about major events involving the Olympics, such as the sho...

Dallas Olympic bid still distant, but detailed planning under way

May 15, 2012

Staging the 2011 Super Bowl in Arlington cost tens of millions of dollars and was considered the region’s most challenging event planning effort. The expense and work requi...

Moon still an IOC member, awaits results on investigation

May 14, 2012

The International Olympic Committee has yet to make a decision regarding the membership of Korean taekwondo gold medalist Moon Dae-sung amid the plagiarism scandal that has en...

For Women at Games, Messages Are Mixed

April 27, 2012

If Saudi Arabia treated women any more dismissively, it could host the Masters. After signaling that Saudi women may be allowed to compete in the Olympics for the first ti...

High Tide: From An Anti-Graft Chief Nabbed To Pieth Sounds Off On FIFA.

April 04, 2012

By Samuel Rubenfeld A roundup of corruption-related news from Dow Jones and other sources. You can also receive a newsletter version of Corruption Currents here. Bribery: ...

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