USOC Files to Decertify USA Gymnastics as Sport’s Governing Body
The United States Olympic Committee has filed an initial complaint seeking to revoke USA Gymnastics as the national governing body of its sport, the organization announced Monday.
North, South Korea Agree to Join Participation in Tokyo
North and South Korea have agreed to submit a joint bid for the 2032 Olympic Games, as well as participate in…
USOC Chairman Larry Probst to Step Down at End of 2018
United States Olympic Committee Chairman Larry Probst will step down at the end of 2018, the organization announced Monday.
Oakland Raiders Donate $250K to Help Bail Out OUSD Sports
The NFL franchise donated half of the estimated $500,000 needed to save Oakland’s sports programs, including boys volleyball, this year.
How playing volleyball gave a former UNC standout the freedom to pursue her baseball dreams
Malaika went from college volleyball to becoming one of America’s most decorated female athletes in a different sport.
MSU’s Lily Johnson, WKU’s Jessica Lucas Among 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year Nominees
The women are among the record 581 athletes nominated this year.
Division I Eliminates Permission-to-Contact Transfer Process
DI student-athletes will no longer need their current institution’s approval to pursue a transfer.
Russia Set to Sign 4-Year Anti-Doping Agreement with IOC
Russian Olympic Committee President Stanislav Pozdnyakov announced that the nation will be signing a 4-year deal intended to further anti-doping measures.
WADA Reports 1,595 Doping Violations in 2016 – Lowest on Record
In its 4th annual Anti-Doping Rule Violations Report, WADA announced that in 2016, athletes produced 1,596 ADRVs.
WADA Suspends Bucharest Anti-Doping Laboratory
The World Anti-Doping Association (WADA) has suspended the accreditation of its laboratory in Bucharest, Romania, that was provisionally suspended in…