Articles by Tomas Rodriguez

Glasgow Unveils Medals For 2019 SC European C’ships

The medals will incorporate several key elements such as the addition of a ripple effect to the medal while giving it a three-dimensional look.

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Olympic Update: Tokyo Seeks Technological Advances Amid Russian Cyberattacks

Amid the various technological advancements tied to the 2020 Games, Russian hackers were still able to target the 2020 Olympics’ database.

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Simona Quadarella Honors Fallen Firefighters From Alessandria

Quadarella raced her event wearing a symbol around her arm mourning the loss of Antonino Candido, Marco Triches, and Matteo Gastaldo.

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Russia: Fight Breaks Among Sports Leaders Over Doping Data Breach

Disputes erupted between Russian countrymen on Thursday during the World Conference On Doping In Sport in Katowice, Poland.

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Russians Reportedly Attack World Anti-Doping Agency Computers

Russian state hackers attacked the computer networks of at least 16 national and international sports and anti-doping organizations.

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Mexico: Commissioner D’Alessio Accuses Todorov Over Lack Of Transparency

D’Alessio is accusing the Mexican Swimming Federation’s current administration under Kiril Todorov over lack of transparency in public funding.

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Olympic Update: Tokyo Vows For Sustainability Amid Health, Safety Concerns

The Organizing Committee for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games aims to continue with its sustainability legacy amid health-related concerns.

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Paris 2024 Unveils Logo Symbolizing The French Republic

The emblem is composed of a gold medal symbolizing sport, a flame depicting the Olympic and Paralympic Movement, and Marianne representing France itself.

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UPDATE: Tokyo Gov’t Considering Early Start For 2020 Race Walk, Marathon Events

The Tokyo metropolitan government is considering proposing that the 2020 Olympic marathons and race walking events start at 5 a.m. in an attempt to prevent…

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IOC Moves 2020 Olympic Marathon, Race Walking Events To City Of Sapporo

Yesterday, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced that it is looking into the possibility of moving the Olympic marathon and race walking…

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Mexican Disputes Continue As President Todorov Accuses Vice-President Zarco

Kiril Todorov, head of the Mexican Swimming Federation, Federación Mexicana de Natación (FMN), accused the federation’s vice-president Rodolfo Zarco…

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Shooters Who Paralyzed Manuel Bortuzzo Sentenced To 16 Years

Lorenzo Marinelli and Daniel Bazzano, suspects in Manuel Bortuzzo’s shooting, have been both sentenced to 16 years in prison.

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Benedetta Pilato Sparks Controversy In Italy Over Rumors Of Switching Teams

Benedetta Pilato, the 14-year-old Italian breaststroke sprint ace, has sparked controversy and mixed reactions after joining Circolo Canottieri Aniene…

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Spaniard Catalina Corro To Undergo New Brain Surgery To Treat Tumor

Corro would reportedly have to hang up her cap and goggles in order to treat the brain tumor that threatened her swimming career back in 2017.

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Olympic Update: 2020 Organizing Committee Eyes New Safety Measures Amid Fraud

With less than a year to go until next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games, the organizing committee is eyeing the adoption of safety precautions involving…

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