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WADA/ WCO Partnership: A significant boost to antidoping

WADA/ WCO Partnership: A significant boost to antidoping

Brussels, 18 July – The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the World Customs Organization (WCO) that will give a significant boost to the fight against doping in sport.

EYOF 2011 – TRABZON READY TO HOST EUROPE

EYOF 2011 – TRABZON READY TO HOST EUROPE

3'300 athletes and accompanying persons, together with 700 officials, who will be looked after by 1'400 volunteers, are expected. They will be lodged at the Olympic Village at Karadeniz Technical University. The teams from the 49 European NOCs will compete in a sports programme that includes 6 individual sports (athletics, gymnastics, judo, tennis, cycling and swimming) and 3 team sports (basketball, handball and volleyball).

World Gymnaestrada confronts racism

World Gymnaestrada confronts racism

LAUSANNE, July 15, 2011 - The World Gymnaestrada is not only about gymnastic performances. Organisers have been offering a series of conferences to gymnasts and fans on a variety of topics, given by local personalities but not necessarily on sports.

From Olympic Council of Asia

From Olympic Council of Asia

From Olympic Council of Asia TOKYO, July 13,2011-IOC members Frankie Fredericks and Yang Yang captured the passion and emotion of sport and what sport can do to impact society in the opening session of the Asian Athletes Forum in Tokyo on Tuesday afternoon.

Fair Play: Rain of honours at the World Judo Championship in Tokyo

Fair Play: Rain of honours at the World Judo Championship in Tokyo

Dr. Jenő Kamuti paid a visit to the Judo World Championship, meanwhile he awarded Mr. Masato Mizuno and Mr. Yukimitsu Kano.