18 Oct Kenya Kicks Out All Foreign Coaches

ATHLETICS Kenya (AK) has issued a one week ultimatum to all foreign coaches operating in the country without work permits to leave the country. AK chairman Isaiah Kiplagat said the coaches should vacate the country in the next one week because they are responsible for...

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18 Oct Lance Armstrong Agonistes, by Larry Eder

The news came today. Nike had severed its ties with Lance Armstrong, previously a seven-time Tour de France Champion. Nike had insurmountable evidence that Lance Armstrong had deceived Nike for more than a decade, using performance enhancing drugs as part a systematic program in his...

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17 Oct Where Does The Livestrong Money Go?

If Lance Armstrong went to jail and Livestrong went away, that would be a huge setback in our war against cancer, right? Not exactly, because the famous nonprofit donates almost ­nothing to scientific research. BILL GIFFORD looks at where the money goes and finds a...

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17 Oct Nike say goodbye to Armstrong

Nike had previously stood by Armstrong despite mounting pressure from the cycling world after the US agency stripped him of his titles and handed him a lifetime ban from the sport. The day after the USADA's report was published and sent to the International Cycling...

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17 Oct Biggest job in University Sport – Director of Sport

Job Description Loughborough is the UK's premier university for sport and has, perhaps, the best integrated sports' development environment in the world. Following the appointment of its Director to a top international position, Loughborough University now seeks an outstanding leader to continue the strategic management and development...

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17 Oct Does Drafting Help In Running?

Everyone knows that drafting is crucial in cycling. (The finding from one of the classic studies of the topic: at the back of a group of eight riders cycling at 40 km/hr, you consume 39% less energy than you would on your own.) But what...

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17 Oct How to prevents Shin Splints

Shinsplints—those nagging aches on the inside or outside of the lower leg—are a classic symptom of running too much too soon. Runners most commonly feel pain on the inside, about three inches above the ankle, where the tibialis posterior muscle and surrounding tendon become irritated. But the...

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17 Oct Talking business with Usain Bolt

Besides Puma, you have endorsement deals with Gatorade, Hublot, Visa, Soul Electronics and Nissan. What's an endorsement deal that you don't have that you'd like to have? I don't think I've ever been asked that before. Well, I like McDonald's. Full Article HERE...

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