Sports Governance

The Latest: Zampa cautioned for swearing in World Cup game

Jun 7, 2019

Australia spinner Adam Zampa has been given a formal warning by the International Cricket Council for using an audible obscenity during a World Cup win over West Indies

Women's World Cup becomes platform for social change

Jun 6, 2019

The Women's World Cup is not just about soccer for many of the players and teams in France. It's about respect.

Out of turmoil, Infantino set to lead FIFA into calmer era

Jun 3, 2019

After years of turmoil for FIFA, Gianni Infantino this week will get a fresh four-year presidential term to lead world soccer in relative calm

NCAA recommends women's wrestling as 'emerging sport"

Jun 3, 2019

NCAA recommends all three divisions add women's wrestling as emerging sport

Man accused of flying drone at California NFL games charged

May 29, 2019

Federal authorities have charged a California man accused of using a drone to drop anti-media leaflets on crowds at two NFL games in the San Francisco Bay Area with violating national defense airspace regulations

Idaho men's basketball coach put on administrative leave

May 29, 2019

The University of Idaho men's basketball coach has been placed on administrative leave following a consultant's report that found potential NCAA violations

Unprecedented security plan set for Champions League final

May 28, 2019

Spain says it will deploy unprecedented security measures for Saturday's 'high risk' Champions League final in Madrid

Olympic officials reassure sports federations about cuts

May 23, 2019

An Olympic official has made a guarantee that should please the heads of world sports federations that are concerned that Tokyo Games organizers might be cutting things they see as "decoration" but federations view as "essential"

While NCAA stalls, game publisher forms college esports body

May 22, 2019

A month after the NCAA voted to table a discussion regarding esports, "League of Legends" publisher Riot Games has launched a governing body for its college and high school competitive video game activities

FIFA keeps 32 teams for 2022 World Cup, scrapping expansion

May 22, 2019

FIFA scrapped plans to expand the 2022 Qatar World Cup to 48 nations, deciding Wednesday to stick with 32 countries due to the political and logistical complexities of using another Persian Gulf nation

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