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Rio 2016 in review: Highs outweigh the lows - and rightly so

For an Olympic Games that has had more than the usual share of controversy to deal with, Rio 2016 has provided moments that will live long in the memory. 959 more words


IOC miss the mark with Russia decision

Well, we were made to wait for it. Almost a week after WADA’s “McLaren Report” found evidence of state-sponsored doping by Russian athletes, the IOC have announced what sanctions Russian sportsmen and women hoping to compete at the upcoming Olympic Games will face. 916 more words


Doping in sport - what next for Russia, the IOC and WADA?

by Craig Wright

Just when you thought we were going to be able to focus on the biggest sporting event in the world, so doping rears its ugly head again. 817 more words



When I first set this blog up at the beginning of the year my initial aim was to try and post one interview per week. After a successful first few weeks I soon realised that was perhaps a little too ambitious and came to the conclusion that two interviews per month would probably be more realistic. 701 more words

Australian 'Bitcoin founder' quietly bidding for patent empire

Australian ‘Bitcoin founder’ quietly bidding for patent empire

Craig Wright, the Australian who claimed to be the inventor of bitcoin, is attempting to build a large patent portfolio around the digital currency and technology underpinning it, according to associates of his and documents reviewed by Reuters. 535 more words

Kerr eyes progression after cup call

Head coach Shelley Kerr is anticipating further development for Stirling University FC this season, after it was announced the club has been invited to participate in the revamped Scottish Challenge Cup competition. 504 more words