Corruption In Sports

What we now know about Australian cricket's cheating scandal

Mar 28, 2018

'Sandpaper, lies and videotape': What we now know about the Australia cricket team cheating scandal, who the main instigator was, and what the reaction around the world has been

Cricket ball-tampering scandal: David Warner loses a sponsor

Mar 28, 2018

As the three players at the center of a ball tampering scandal prepared to fly home to Australia, at least one of the trio, test opener David Warner, lost one of his major commercial endorsements on Wednesday

Zimbabwe cricket official banned for 20 years

Mar 27, 2018

A Zimbabwean official has been banned for 20 years by the International Cricket Council after being found guilty of match-fixing charges

Big East recommends replacing 1-and-done with 2-or-none

Mar 21, 2018

The Big East has recommended replacing one-and-done with a two-or-none policy in college basketball, along with NCAA regulation of agents and the creation of an elite player unit to focus on "players with realistic aspirations of playing in the NBA."

Leagues, casinos lobby states for cut of legal sports bets

Mar 20, 2018

More than a third of U.S. states are considering legislation to legalize sports gambling as leagues, casinos angle for the biggest possible cut

Joint World Cup bidders: Trump hasn't sparked voter concerns

Mar 19, 2018

Organizers of the North American bid to host the 2026 World Cup insist FIFA members have not expressed concern about President Donald Trump's harsh words about foreigners or the U.S. Justice Department prosecuting corrupt soccer officials

Morocco struggles to stay in 2026 cup contest vs Americans

Mar 16, 2018

FIFA struggling to move on from the most tainted chapter in its history even as it attempts to award another World Cup

Chicago, Minneapolis, Arizona drop World Cup bid, blast FIFA

Mar 16, 2018

Chicago, Minneapolis and Arizona, have dropped out of the North American bid for the 2026 World Cup

Former FIFA VP Webb loses appeal against $1M bribery fine

Mar 12, 2018

Former FIFA vice president Jeffrey Webb has lost his appeal against a 1 million Swiss franc ($1.05 million) fine imposed by the soccer body's ethics committee

Japan's ancient sport of sumo needs some brighter days

Mar 6, 2018

Japan's national sport sumo will be aiming to restore its battered reputation at the upcoming Spring Grand Sumo Tournament


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