Sunday, October 11, 2009

Weekly Twitter Update: October 1-11

  1. France has amended its new gambling laws to ban all betting exchanges, reports The Guardian @ http://bit.ly/KqUxx
  2. NCAA will pay $750k to Andrew Oliver, who was ruled ineligible as he was represented by lawyer in talks with pro teams. http://bit.ly/cEHEo
  3. FIFA has cleared Manchester United to sign French 16-yr-old Paul Pogba, reports the BBC @ http://bit.ly/9JUcm
  4. The UCI has denied that the Astana team was given preferential treatment at this year's Tour de France. Press release @ http://bit.ly/d9RAt
  5. The Rugby Football League is to speak to Sean Long about allegations made about betting in the game, reports the BBC @ http://bit.ly/4ObrI
  6. A Rugby Football Union task force has put forward recommendations to combat cheating in rugby union. Press release @ http://bit.ly/2wmhZ8
  7. The Court of Arbitration for Sport has adopted a revised code of sport-related arbitration. Press release @ http://bit.ly/5Xz6b

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