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18 Jul 2019
FIBA is showing it can work effectively with the NBA to develop basketball worldwide, in markets such as Africa, and the national team game can be a winner, as well as the clubs, according to the international governing body’s secretary general.
16 Apr 2019
At the age of just 26, Olympic medallist Callum Skinner is one of the voices of a movement to empower athletes that the IOC and other sports bodies should ignore at their peril.
06 Feb 2019
The International Olympic Committee’s reputation is being traduced, says the recently-retired IOC member. But it only has itself to blame.
14 Jun 2018
Skateboarding's entry onto the Olympic programme at the Tokyo 2020 games is being handled by a 64-year-old non-skateboarder who doesn't care if it's in the Olympics or not. So just who is Gary Ream?
03 May 2018
'Any successor should be themselves', said Sir Philip Craven, the man who became synonymous with the Paralympic movement during his 16-year presidency of the IPC. So just who is Andrew Parsons?
15 Dec 2017
US IOC member Anita DeFrantz’s book, My Olympic Life: a Memoir, has just been published. She tells Sportcal Insight about her lifelong struggle for equality and diversity in sport and the Olympics.
17 Nov 2017
No longer a voice in the wilderness, Alberto Murray Neto's long and lonely campaign against corruption in Brazilian Olympic sport has finally been vindicated.
07 Sep 2017
Departing IOC member Adam Pengilly tells Sportcal Insight why he joined, what surprised him about the organisation - and what challenges it must face to restore its reputation.
12 Jul 2017
There are those that think Dick Pound is the best president the IOC never had. He talks to Sportcal Insight about LA and Paris, the IOC’s precarious reputation and the future of anti-doping.
23 Jun 2017
Jason McCracken, CEO of field hockey’s FIH, tells Sportcal Insight about plans to make the new Hockey Pro League a commercial success, and his early months in the job.
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