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We wanted to know how UCLA was counting its female athletes, so we asked for the squad list for the women’s rowing team. But the document raised even more questions about the school’s compliance with Title IX, the gender equity law.
The University of Iowa long was a model for gender equity in college sports. But the school now provides a modern example of how female coaches have lost control of women’s sports.
Facing federal charges of wire fraud, racketeering and extortion, sports handicapper Adam Meyer is planning an unusual public authority defense. During his alleged crime spree, he claims he was actually helping law enforcement and sports leagues investigate illegal gambling.
Some say new survey results showing that most Americans believe “God rewards athletes who have faith” reflect a distorted view of Christianity.
To avenge a Facebook insult, a gambler implicated a big-league pitcher in a fake plot to fix games. But to Major League Baseball, it looked like its first suspected game-fixing scandal in more than 90 years.
The chairman of the Chicago White Sox and Bulls is going into the global security business with an eclectic and controversial group of partners tied to the Obama administration, documents and interviews show. According to incorporation records filed in Arizona, the former director of the U.S. Secret Service, the former U.S. attorney for Arizona and
Lance Armstrong in 2011Brad Camembert/Shutterstock Lance Armstrong’s “no-holds-barred” interview with Oprah Winfrey on Thursday, when he’s expected to confess to the use of performance-enhancing drugs during his professional cycling career, comes as a federal probe into his finances has widened to focus on the man who bankrolled his champion teams: legendary San Francisco financier Thomas Weisel.