PARIS: International Rugby Board boss Brett Gosper has backed under-fire ARU chief executive Bill Pulver as the man to lead Australia forward, describing him as "astute" and "innovative". Pulver arrived in Europe last week ahead of IRB chief ... Canberra Times, 1 month ago
Bill Pulver the man to lead Australian rugby forward, says IRB boss - Melbourne Age, 1 month ago
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Wary of the threat of betting: IRB boss Brett Gosper. Photo: PARIS: The International Rugby Board will consider banning players from using mobile phones before games at the World Cup next year to protect the game against corruption and claims of ...Canberra Times, 1 month ago IRB to consider World Cup mobile phone ban to protect game against match-fixing WA Today, 1 month ago IRB to consider mobile phone ban at World Cup Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
One more reason to buy a ticket to Rio in 2016? Tiger Woods . Rugby can start to scrum and golf can tee up after both sports were officially admitted to the 2016 Olympic program on Friday in a majority vote of the IOC membership in Copenhagen. ...SI.com, 2 days ago
By Online Editor 9:15 pm GMT+12, 10/11/2014, Thailand Two Pacific women are part of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) move to get more women involved in the high echelons of ANOC activity. This push spearheaded by ...Pacific Islands News Association, 1 month ago
Sports administrators from Oceania were once again reminded of the need for all sporting federations to be compliant of the new World Anti-Doping Association (WADA) Code which kicks in on January 1, 2015. Oceania National Olympic Committees ...Fiji Sun, 1 month ago
Swimming Australia is among the many sporting organisations keen to tap the merits of a positive coaching pilot. Former vice-president of the International Olympic Committee, Kevan Gosper recently launched the free online program, backed by the ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
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Kerry Stokes with a shark caught while game fishing. Before he owned television stations, Kerry Stokes installed TV aerials on the roofs of homes in Perth's suburbs. That well-known tale is part of the Stokes legend in WA but it is not - as has ...West Australian, 2 months ago Book reveals Stokes' early life West Australian, 2 months ago
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