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DBR- Olympic Trials Women's 1500 Preview- May 15, 2016
Fresh from the pages of the latest T&FN, Jeff Hollobaugh looks at one of the more intriguing events coming up at Hayward Field in July…
DBR- Time To Make Felix The Toast Of The Sports World- May 15, 2016
Coach Bob Kersee tells Philip Hersh that the American sprinter's name should be used in the same context as superstars such as Mantle, Jordan, Gretzky and Lewis…
DBR- A Call For Retesting Of Sochi 2014 Samples- May 14, 2016
Whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov, the former head of Moscow's testing lab, wants the IOC and WADA to work with him on going over Russian tests from the Winter Olympics…
DBR- Coe Wants Stricter Rules On Nation-Change- May 14, 2016
Speaking at a Business Of Sport conference, the IAAF head says he thinks that athletes who start their international career with one country shouldn't be allowed to change allegiance later…
DBR- ESPN Video On The Latest Russian Revelations- May 13, 2016
Bob Ley is joined by USADA head Travis Tygart and one of the authors of the New York Times piece, Rebecca Ruiz (6:23)…
DBR- The Drip, Drip, Drip Of Scandal- May 13, 2016
Toni Reavis says the latest round of negative reports suggests that the sport needs a "wholesale reconstruction" including athlete unionization and establishment of a competition circuit with a narrative outcome…
DBR- T&FN Interview: Reese Hoffa- May 13, 2016
Fresh from the June edition of T&FN, the veteran shot putter provides an insightful Q&A with our Sieg Lindstrom…
DBR- Russian Insider Cites State-Run Doping In Sochi- May 12, 2016
Former lab director Grigory Rodchenkov, now living in Los Angeles, tells the New York Times that he helped facilitate what the paper calls "one of the most elaborate — and successful — doping ploys in sports history"…
DBR- Kenya To Be Declared Non-Compliant By WADA?- May 12, 2016
"It can now be revealed that WADA's compliance committee has recommended that Kenya should be declared in breach of its code," says Dan Roan of the BBC, as recent government action apparently wasn't sufficient…