Monthly Archives: January 2019

IOC knew Russian athletes were clean, but concealed evidence of their innocence – lawyer

2016.06.21.ioc staff dismantle a backdrop after a news conference after the olympic summit on doping in lausanne, switzerland

Staff of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) dismantle a backdrop after a news conference after the Olympic Summit on doping in Lausanne, Switzerland, June 21, 2016 | Reuters / Denis Balibouse

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Journalist in Ghana who exposed soccer corruption shot dead

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We need to talk about concussions, right now

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The darkness

College Hockey: ECAC Hockey Tournament: Dartmouth Adam Estoclet (23) in action vs Colgate during 3rd Place Game at Boardwalk Hall.Atlantic City, NJ 3/19/2011CREDIT: Lou Capozzola (Photo by Lou Capozzola /Sports Illustrated/Getty Images)(Set Number: X85650 TK1 R6 F19 )

2 March 2016 (playerstribune.com) – It was my first Christmas at home in 10 years. My family always has a big party with all our relatives — aunts, uncles, friends, turkey, beer, stories, laughter.

I can hear people start coming in the door upstairs, asking, “Where’s Adam?” The sound of their footsteps is like thunder. It’s breaking my brain. I’m supposed to be the big-shot pro hockey player, telling crazy stories about my adventures playing in Europe.

Instead, I’m hiding in the basement.  Continue reading

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Rick Nash forced to retire from hockey due to concussion issues

In this Feb. 25, 2018, file photo, Boston Bruins forward Rick Nash skates prior to a game against the Buffalo Sabres, in Buffalo, N.Y. | JEFFREY T. BARNES/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Rick Nash has announced his retirement from hockey after suffering a concussion last March.

Top Shelf Hockey, which represents the 34-year-old winger from Brampton, Ont., put out a statement to announce his decision on Friday. Continue reading

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The ups and downs of Cuban sports in 2018

Although the Cuban delegation lost its first place on the medal chart in Barranquilla, the Games saw a stellar performance from our women’s field hockey team, among other great moments | Ricardo López Hevia Continue reading

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