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Warmonger Putin, skater Valieva. (Photo: President of Russia)

Kamila Valieva is banned retrospectively for four years

In a crushing blow for Vladimir Putin's old-style propaganda system and its systematic doping of young athletes, figure skater Kamila Valieva has been handed a four-year suspension for her positive test in the run-up to the 2022 Winter Olympic in Beijing.

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The circle of life on Olympic Heights

The circle of life on Olympic Heights

The next chapters in the integrity saga surrounding the presidents of European Aquatics, the old and the new: António Silva gives a largely strange, world record-breakingly long interview to save his presidency, while Paolo Barelli claims a legal victory before the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

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Spree of buying clubs threatens football integrity

Investors assembling a portfolio of football clubs is changing football and existing regulation may not be big enough to cope with the burgeoning phenomenom of multi-club ownerships, which has tied up more than 9,000 football players and swathes of financially weak smaller clubs.

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Sun Yang, 2016. (Photo: JD Lasica/Cruiseable)

Lost in translation

What we won’t miss: Sun Yang & an entourage that still has questions to answer over 2014 doping positive.

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Vladimir Putin stripped of FINA Order

Vladimir Putin stripped of FINA Order

FINA has stripped Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia and aggressor in the invasion of Ukraine, of the highest honour of the global regulator, the FINA Order, granted in 2014.

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The coalition of Olympic perpetrators

The coalition of Olympic perpetrators

The IOC and the Olympic federations are obliged to punish Russia and its warmonger, Vladimir Putin. Jens Weinreich calls for a comprehensive independent criminal investigation of the longstanding deep connection of the Olympic institutions with the Kremlin within the framework of the EU.

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Technically banned from the Olympics

Technically banned from the Olympics

The second anti-doping violation committed by Chinese swim controversy Sun Yang has now led to a damning ‘guilty’ verdict for a third time, the latest and last Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling having confirmed that the athlete must serve a penalty, now set at four years, three months.

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