Fynbus awarded JJA Sport Studio rotten egg award for bullying and insulting disabled people

Danish public transport company Fynbus has been awarded JJA Sport Studio Rotten Egg 2020 award.

Tokyo Olympics to spend $900 million on coronavirus measures

Organisers of the Tokyo Olympics will spend $900 million on measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus at next year’s Games, they said on Tuesday, as they unveiled their latest budget for the delayed tournament.

Swiss court rejects Russia's appeal against Olympic doping ban but halves its length

A Swiss court on Thursday upheld doping sanctions that will prevent Russian athletes from competing at major international events under the country’s flag, but halved the period of the ban to two years from four.

Tokyo 2020 organisers estimate Games postponement cost $1.9 billion

This year’s postponement of the Tokyo Olympics because of the novel coronavirus cost about 200 billion yen, organisers have estimated, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Sunday, citing people involved with the event.

U.S. warns WADA to mind its own business

The United States warned the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to keep out of its sovereign affairs on Thursday, refusing to remove the threat of pulling funding from the body unless reforms it demands are enacted.

Australia risk losing six London medals after swimmer tests positive

Six Australian swimmers risk losing their Olympic medals after Brenton Rickard, who was part of the men’s 4x100 metre medley team that won bronze at the 2012 London Games, tested positive for a banned substance, the Age reported on Friday.

CAS expects decision on Russian appeal against ban by end 2020

Russia’s appeal against a four-year ban on competing at international events under its own flag has been heard by sport’s highest tribunal, which expects to make a decision before the end of the year, CAS said on Thursday.

Sports court opens 4-day hearing in Russian doping case

A four-day hearing in a landmark legal case that could strip Russia of its identity at the next two Olympic Games and four years of world championships opened on Monday.

Japan will take steps to guard against Olympics cyberattacks

Japan said on Tuesday it would take countermeasures to ensure next year’s Tokyo Olympics are not derailed by cyberattacks after Britain and the United States accused Russia of orchestrating efforts to disrupt the Games.

Judo is back: European Cup in Dubrovnik

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The European Judo Cup for seniors in Dubrovnik in Croatia is the first official judo tournament in the world since the pandemic break. The tournament didn’t have many athletes but gave back the spirit of fighting in an official competition.

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