The latest WADA report on the obstruction of drug testing in Russian Federation came shortly before the sport's governing body, the IAAF, decides whether to admit Russia's athletes to the Olympics. Speaking before the IAAF announcement, Russian ... Equilibrio Informativo, 1 week ago
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MELBOURNE (Australia): IOC vice-president John Coates says he doesn't think the International Olympic Committee will overturn an IAAF ban on Russia's track and field federation. On Friday, the IAAF decided to uphold a competition ban on Russia, ...Times of India, 1 week ago Coates says unlikely International Olympic Committee will overturn IAAF ban Equilibrio Informativo, 1 week ago
Australia's leading Olympic official John Coates has labelled Russia's anti-doping agency as "rotten to the core." The post Australian official calls Russia’s anti-doping agency ‘rotten’ appeared first on Firstpost .First Post.com, 1 week ago Russian anti-doping agency 'rotten', says Australian official Prokerala, 1 week ago
AOC boss John Coates in Melbourne today. (AAP) Australian Olympic chief John Coates has welcomed a ban on Russian track and field athletes from the Rio Olympics amid doping claims, and said other sports could be next to face scrutiny. "I'm ...9News.com.au, 1 week ago Australia welcomes extended ban on Russian athletes Gulf Times, 1 week ago AOC and Tallent back Russia ban World News Australia, 1 week ago Athletics: Australia welcomes extended ban on Russia Dunya News, 1 week ago
When the face of your opposition on any issue is John Lewis, you need to choose your words carefully: Publicity stunt probably should not be the go-to phrase.Congressman Lewis, a Democrat representing Georgia, brings with him a moral gravity because ...Roll Call Online, 4 hours ago
55 years ago today, I was arrested in the Jackson, MS bus station for using a "whites-only" restroom. #goodtrouble pic.twitter.com/v8zeqfVl75 — John Lewis (@repjohnlewis) May 24, 2016 The first time John Lewis staged a sit-in, the world ...Washington Post, 3 days ago Good trouble: How John Lewis fuses new and old protest tactics MSN News US, 3 days ago
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First Nighter: London Hosting Terence Rattigan's "The Deep Blue Sea," Alexi Kaye Campbell's "Sunset at Villa Thalia" and Arthur Miller's Previously Unproduced "No Villains"
London--It was 1956 and the Royal Court's production of John Osborne's Look Back in Anger that turned Terence Rattigan, the leading local playwright of the previous few decades, into a captain of the old guard. How gallant of the pertinent ...Huffington Post, 6 days ago
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