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1/23/2023 |  2026 Winter Olympic Organizers Need New Speedskating Venue (SportsTravel) One of the most high-profile events in the Olympic Winter Games may be moved for 2026 after the International Olympic Committee rejected plans from the Milan-Cortina organizers to build a roof over the outdoor track at Baselga di PinĂ©.
Costs for the roof were initially slated at $54 million, according to a project announced in November. Building a roof over the Baselga track was not included in the official Milan-Cortina budget in an era of sensitivity about the cost of staging the Olympics and the initial budget for the roof was believed to be far below what the final costs would be.
1/13/2023 |  Kamila Valieva: Russian agency finds 'no fault' for doping Olympic skater (United Press International (UPI)) Jan. 13 (UPI) -- A Russian anti-doping panel ruled Kamila Valieva "bore 'no fault'" when she tested positive for a banned substance and went on to win figure skating gold at the Winter Games, the World Anti-Doping Agency said Friday.
WADA said it was informed of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency decision, and that the tribunal found that "although the athlete had committed an anti-doping rule violation, she bore 'no fault or negligence' for it. 
8/7/2022 |  The Question Gripping Figure Skating: Will the Daughter of Russia's Notorious Coach Come in From the Cold? (Morning Consult Sports) Russian athletes' careers are on thin ice. Everyone's watching to see whether the U.S.-born daughter of polarizing coach Eteri Tutberidze will try to join Team USA.
7/28/2022 |  Adidas Skates Out On NHL Apparel (Front Office Sports) Adidas will not renew its deal as the NHL’s official uniform and apparel supplier when its contract expires after the 2023-24 season. 
7/19/2022 |  Canadian Member of Parliament slams Hockey Canada amid report of 'slush fund' (Athletic, The) A report that Hockey Canada uses a multimillion-dollar fund, paid for by registration fees from youth players, to pay out alleged sexual assault cases is “absolutely shocking” and “troubling,” a Canadian Member of Parliament who is on the committee investigating the national governing body said Tuesday.

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