1988

Is Boxing to be Knocked Out of Olympics?

Some of the all time great boxers have participated in the Olympic Games, the likes of Muhammed Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, George Foreman, Oscar de la Hoya from the USA. Then there have been the great Cubans, Teofilo Stevenson, Felix

The Cost Of Sport

It was World Series Cricket in the late 1970’s that forced the Cricket establishments around the world to start paying the players a wage that meant that they could truly focus on just cricket. Following the commercial success of the

Has There Been a Change? After All the Champion is Still the Team that Finishes First.

Congratulations to Perth SC for winning another league title in Western Australia’s highest football competition. Commiserations to Inglewood United who have had a great season, but stumbled at the final hurdle losing to a resurgent ECU Joondalup. It has been

Power the Most Corruptive Drug in Sport

Is it time for change in World Sport? The Olympic Games, although only a few days old have already shown how horribly out of touch some of those governing sport are with the fans of the sports they represent, as

The Right to Play God Puts the Olympic Ideal at Risk

There have been many debates over the years on how the professionalism of sport has killed the spectacle. Rather than a coach and an assistant coach of yesteryear the top teams around the world now have full time physios, sports

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