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Sochi 2014

SportsEngine Drives Record Digital Traffic in PyeongChang

April 04, 2018

STAMFORD, Conn. - In partnership with NBC Olympics and in support of the United States Olympic Committee and U.S. winter sport national governing bodies (NGBs), SportsEngine —...

Olympic Ceremonies Producer Turns to Sistine Chapel

April 02, 2018

The show is taking place at Auditorium Conciliazione in Rome. (ATR) Known for producing spectacular ceremonies for the Olympics, Marco Balich has turned the majesty of Michel...

OpEd: Welcome to the Brave New World of Cold War Sport

March 23, 2018

By Michael Pirrie The politics and speculation surrounding the attempted murder of former Russia double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter with a crippling nerve agent i...

Paralympic Events Rescheduled Due to Bad Weather

March 12, 2018

(ATR) Paralympic Games organizers have had to reschedule some key events due to bad weather in PyeongChang during the first weekend of competition. Alpine events postponed b...

'Icarus' Director Calls for Bach Resignation -- Top Story Replay

March 10, 2018

(ATR) The IOC faces new criticism over its handling of the systematic doping program Russia orchestrated for its top athletes during the last few years. "Icarus" producer ...

ATR First: IAAF Taskforce Chief 'Disappointed' with Russia Progress

March 07, 2018

Rune Andersen at Birmingham City Council House (ATR) (ATR) Rune Andersen tells Around the Rings that Russia’s failure to acknowledge the McLaren Report on state-sponsored dop...

Bach Defends Bringing In Russia From the Cold

February 25, 2018

(ATR) IOC President Thomas Bach says that the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics were not “tainted" by the Russian doping scandal. He told reporters he believes that, despite...

Intrigue Reigns Hours Before IOC Executive Board Meeting

February 23, 2018

(ATR) Influential IOC Member Sam Ramsamy tells Around the Rings he does not expect Russia’s ban to be lifted before the end of the PyeongChang 2018, following two positive dop...

PyeongChang 2003: When Dreams Began

February 16, 2018

(ATR) This week marks the fifteenth anniversary of the IOC’s first look at a future Olympic city. ATR Editor Ed Hula on the first of seven trips to PyeongChang. (ATR) The...

The Hula Report: Improbable PyeongChang

February 09, 2018

(ATR) It was hard to imagine even the possibility of Friday night’s opening ceremony for the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang the first time I visited in 2003. The ball...

Op Ed: In Latest Chapter of Doping Scandal, Russia Gets a Pass

February 08, 2018

Jim Walden, legal counsel to former Moscow Anti-Doping Laboratory director Grigory Rodchenkov who blew the whistle on Russia's doping manipulation scheme during the Sochi 2014...

WADA Statement Regarding CAS Decisions

February 02, 2018

Montreal, 1 February 2018 – The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) notes with serious concern the decisions by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), relating to the 2014 Soch...

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