The Independent Mali Basketball Abuse Investigation – Important Lessons For International Sport
NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith releases statement regarding Jon Gruden email
Jon Gruden resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders following articles published in The Wall Street Journal and New York Times detailing the use of racist, homophobic and misogynistic terms by Jon Gruden in emails reportedly dating back to 2010, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported.
Comparing Approaches to Anti-Doping: WADA, MLB, NBA, NHL, NFL & UFC: Part 2
“Independent Reviews and Investigations in Sport” webinar podcast is now available
Thank you to everyone who joined us on Thursday 9th september 2021 for our webinar in association with Littleton Chambers. We hope you found it useful and informative.
The NCAA College Basketball Bribery Scandal: The Scheme that Continues to Shake Collegiate Sports
COMPETITION MANIPULATION IS A THREAT TO SPORT INTEGRITY: AIU IDENTIFIES MULTIPLE ILLEGITIMATE QUALIFYING PERFORMANCES FOR THE TOKYO 2020 OLYMPIC GAMES
21 JULY 2021, MONACO: In the lead up to the Tokyo Olympic Games, the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) has received 17 referrals for investigation of suspicious qualifying performances. The referrals were from 16 countries and included 31 athletes and five relay teams. As a result of the AIU’s investigations, eight qualifying performances for the Olympic Games were not recognised by World Athletics and the relevant athletes denied a place at the Games. A number of cases have been identified by the AIU for further investigation to determine if fraudulent conduct was involved.
NFL unable to confirm alleged comments made to Eugene Chung in interview
The NFL said Thursday that it is unable to confirm the nature or origin of alleged discriminatory statements made toward former Philadelphia Eagles assistant offensive line coach Eugene Chung following a review of the matter.
WADA welcomes International Testing Agency investigation report into activities of International Weightlifting Federation
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) welcomes today’s publication of the report by the International Testing Agency (ITA) related to its investigation into historical allegations of mishandling and impropriety by certain officials within the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF), particularly in relation to the IWF’s anti-doping program.
Nicolás Arreche from Argentina provisionally suspended
Three Belgian tennis players Romain Barbosa, Arthur de Greef and Alex Witmeur who are the subject of an ongoing criminal and ITIA investigation, have today been provisionally suspended by AHO Professor Richard McLaren.
Algerian tennis player banned for life
Sports investigations: the risky business of deleting phone apps
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin 13-26 October 2020
WADA develops new method of identifying sample tampering as part of weightlifting investigation
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has developed a new method of detecting the prohibited practice of urine substitution at the point of collection and the use of sample surrogates or ‘doppelgängers’, following a ground-breaking investigation into the sport of weightlifting.
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin 29 September 2020 - 12 October 2020
Esports Integrity Commission Opens Inquiry into Historical Spectator Bug Exploitation
On 2 September ESIC issued sanction outcomes against three coaches who utilised a bug in the CS:GO spectator mode in order to achieve an advantage (“Spectator Bug”). ESIC has since reviewed a large quantity of evidence and believes that it is in the best interest of the industry to open an inquiry into the potential exploitation of this bug as far back as 2016. In doing so, ESIC will contract the services of Michal Slowinski and Steve Dudenhoeffer (the discoverers of wrongful use of this exploit) to work with ESIC in the fulfilment of the inquiry.
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin 8 July 2020
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin 26 May 2020 - 8 June 2020
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 17-30 March 2020
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 3-16 March 2020 (Copy)
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 4 - 17 February 2020
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 17 December 2019 - 6 January 2020
Top 10 Tips For Launching An ‘Independent Review’ In Sport
The Okagbare/Lira Doping Case - First Prosecution Under The Rodchenkov Act
Comparing Approaches to Anti-Doping: WADA, MLB, NBA, NHL, NFL & UFC: Part 3
Comparing Approaches to Anti-Doping: WADA, MLB, NBA, NHL, NFL & UFC: Part 1
WEBINAR | Independent Reviews and Investigations ?in Sport
Sport Resolutions, in association with Littleton Chambers, will be holding an event on independent reviews and investigations in sport on Thursday 9th September via Zoom Webinar.
NFL investigation into Deshaun Watson 'ongoing and active'; QB eligible to participate in team activities
Deshaun Watson reported to Houston Texans training camp on Sunday and, while currently under investigation by the NFL into multiple allegations of sexual assault and harassment, faces "no restrictions" to his participation with the club at this time, the league announced Tuesday.
Major Hurdles Still Face U.S. SafeSport In The Movement To Protect Athletes
IWF Acknowledges ITA Investigation Report, And Ready To Take Immediate Action
Following today’s publication of the report by the International Testing Agency (ITA) into extensive past anti-doping rule violations in weightlifting, the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has acknowledged the findings. As noted in the report, the ITA’s investigation and the various investigations that preceded it have enabled the IWF to get to the bottom of past misconduct, ensure the athletes and officials involved are dealt with appropriately and turn the page.
INTERPOL: Integrity in sport - bi-weekly bulletin
INTEGRITY IN SPORT
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin 16-29 March 2021
FIA have launched investigation into Grosjean crash, confirms Race Director Michael Masi
WADA statement on latest media report about the IWF
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin 13-26 October 2020 (Copy)
Investigatory chamber of independent Ethics Committee concludes investigation into Yves Jean-Bart and sanctions another Haitian football official
The investigatory chamber of the independent Ethics Committee has concluded its investigation proceedings against Yves Jean-Bart, President of the Haitian Football Association, and submitted its final report together with the investigation files to the adjudicatory chamber of the independent Ethics Committee.