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Paul Pogba replaces Muhammad Ali on 'The Muslim 500'

The 2017 edition of “The Muslim 500” — an annual list of the world’s most influential Muslim people compiled by the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre in Jordan — includes eight individuals from the sports realm. 1,685 more words

NEWS

Why long-distance runners make the best partners

Male long-distance runners are not only fitter than most they are likely to have the best genes

 

Long distance runners like Mo Farah are likely to have good genes… 531 more words

PSYCHOLOGY

Olympic medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad pens open letter to Trump

As many star athletes do for their people, Ibtihaj Muhammad has become a symbol and a spokesperson for Muslim Americans.

It’s not just because she won a bronze medal in fencing at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 968 more words

Muslim

Usain Bolt's home finale to include Wayde van Niekerk, Olympic champs

Usain Bolt‘s last scheduled meet in Jamaica will be star-studded.

Bolt will be joined by Olympic champions Wayde van NiekerkDavid Rudisha166 more words

Olympics

USADA allegedly ask for Sir Mo Farah's drug test samples

Investigators in the United States have asked for Sir Mo Farah’s samples to be released by UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) so they can tested across the Atlantic, according to a newspaper article. 336 more words

UK Anti-Doping (UKAD)

TWIXT THE SPIRIT AND LETTER

As an athlete Alberto Salazar was willing to delve more deeply into the dark raging corridors within than any athlete I ever encountered.  That do-or-die spirit is what elevated Al to iconic status as a runner, but it also brought him to the edge of the abyss. 876 more words

Opinion

Mo Farah 'deeply frustrated' he has been drawn into another Alberto Salazar doping scandal

Mo Farah has insisted he is a clean athlete after fresh allegations of doping were leveled against his coach Alberto Salazar.

The Olympian’s coach has been implicated in another scandal after a leaked report suggested he was being investigated for breaking anti-doping rules. 348 more words

Sport