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South African rights groups join Caster Semenya's battle against ban, vow to petition United Nations
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South African rights groups join Caster Semenya's battle against ban, vow to petition United Nations

The South African Human Rights Commission and the Commission for Gender Equality this week announced plans to petition the UN and AU, claiming the regulations constitute "gross human rights violations".

Olympic champion Caster Semenya barred from competitions unless she lowers testosterone level, rules Swiss court
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Olympic champion Caster Semenya barred from competitions unless she lowers testosterone level, rules Swiss court

The ruling means Caster Semenya cannot defend her Olympic 800m title at Tokyo 2020, or compete at any top meets in distances from 400m to the mile, unless she agrees to lower her testosterone level through medication or surgery.

Court of Arbitration for Sports asks PCB, Umar Akmal to submit written arguments within 20-day period
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Court of Arbitration for Sports asks PCB, Umar Akmal to submit written arguments within 20-day period

The PCB had approached the CAS, appealing against the reduction of a three-year ban on Umar Akmal, while the batsman in a counter move filed an appeal against his overall ban and wants it removed.

Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal files appeal in CAS in bid to overturn 18-month ban from sport
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Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal files appeal in CAS in bid to overturn 18-month ban from sport

Umar was banned for three years in April by a one-man disciplinary panel of the board after he failed to report two approaches to spot-fix matches in the Pakistan Super League in February.

Pakistan Cricket Board to file appeal with CAS against reduction of ban on tainted batsman Umar Akmal
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Pakistan Cricket Board to file appeal with CAS against reduction of ban on tainted batsman Umar Akmal

In July, the three-year ban initially handed to Akmal for failing to report corrupt approaches was reduced to 18 months on compassionate"grounds by independent adjudicator Faqir Mohammad Khokhar.

Indian athlete Gomathi Marimuthu files appeal with Court of Arbitration for Sport against four-year doping ban
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Indian athlete Gomathi Marimuthu files appeal with Court of Arbitration for Sport against four-year doping ban

Gomathi was stripped of the gold medal she won at the 2019 Doha Asian championship in the 800m event and banned for four years by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) after her 'B' sample also returned positive for anabolic steroid nandrolone.

Swiss special prosecutor launches criminal investigation into FIFA president Gianni Infantino
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Swiss special prosecutor launches criminal investigation into FIFA president Gianni Infantino

Keller opened a criminal case against Infantino as well as Valais prosecutor Rinaldo Arnold, and has sought authorization to open a legal case against Lauber, too.

CAS 'strongly condemn' Manchester City for obstructing investigation into finances while overturning Champions League ban
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CAS 'strongly condemn' Manchester City for obstructing investigation into finances while overturning Champions League ban

In the initial judgment, CAS highlighted the club's "failure to cooperate" but the full 93-page document shed further light on how the club successfully overturned a two-year ban.

UEFA 'didn’t do a great job' investigating Manchester City, says Bayern's Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
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UEFA 'didn’t do a great job' investigating Manchester City, says Bayern's Karl-Heinz Rummenigge

The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled two weeks ago that some of UEFA's accusations of financial violations by City could not be proven and others were time-barred because they did not meet a five-year statute of limitations.

Manchester City's CAS ruling highlights hollowness of FFP, UEFA should learn from NBA to level the playing field
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Manchester City's CAS ruling highlights hollowness of FFP, UEFA should learn from NBA to level the playing field

UAE’s City Football Group-owned Manchester City were cleared of Financial Fair Play regulations on 13 July by the Court of Arbitration of Sports (CAS).

Premier League: Chelsea were not hoping for Manchester City's ban to be upheld, says Frank Lampard
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Premier League: Chelsea were not hoping for Manchester City's ban to be upheld, says Frank Lampard

Second-placed City were handed a two-year suspension from European football for breaching Financial Fair Play regulations in February, which would have allowed a team finishing fifth in the Premier League to qualify for the Champions League.

UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules likely to change after CAS overturns Manchester City ban
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UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules likely to change after CAS overturns Manchester City ban

The fact that such a high-profile case ended in failure for UEFA — is a defeat for UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body.

As CAS overturns Manchester City's two-year suspension from European football, here's all you need to know
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As CAS overturns Manchester City's two-year suspension from European football, here's all you need to know

In a huge win for Manchester City, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) overturned club's two-year suspension from European football. Here's all you need to know about the case.

Manchester City to take part in Champions League next season after CAS overturns two-year ban
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Manchester City to take part in Champions League next season after CAS overturns two-year ban

UEFA punished Manchester City in February with a two-year ban for 'serious breaches' of rules monitoring club finances and failing to cooperate with investigators.

Verdict on Manchester City's appeal against two-year UEFA ban to be announced on Monday
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Verdict on Manchester City's appeal against two-year UEFA ban to be announced on Monday

UEFA punished Manchester City in February for “serious breaches” of rules monitoring club finances and failing to cooperate with investigators.

CAS dismisses Brazilian club Santos' case against Barcelona over Neymar's 2013 transfer
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CAS dismisses Brazilian club Santos' case against Barcelona over Neymar's 2013 transfer

CAS observed that the contract between Santos and Neymar had been ended by a mutual agreement, and that Barcelona had not flouted the transfer agreement when it paid extra fees to the player's father and the firm N&N.

Verdict on Manchester City's appeal against two-year UEFA ban to be out in 'first half of July', says CAS
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Verdict on Manchester City's appeal against two-year UEFA ban to be out in 'first half of July', says CAS

A verdict in Manchester City’s appeal against a two-year UEFA ban from European competitions is expected within five weeks.

Cloak of secrecy ahead of Manchester City's court challenge to UEFA ban from European competitions
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Cloak of secrecy ahead of Manchester City's court challenge to UEFA ban from European competitions

The allegations include that Manchester City, owned by Abu Dhabi's royal family, misled UEFA over several years to comply with financial integrity rules for clubs.

CAS to hear banned track coach Alberto Salazar's appeal against his doping suspension in November
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CAS to hear banned track coach Alberto Salazar's appeal against his doping suspension in November

Salazar, who coached some of the world’s top distance runners including British Olympic and world champion Mo Farah, was banned by the USADA in October for “orchestrating and facilitating” doping as head coach of the Nike Oregon Project (NOP).

CAS to hear Russian anti-doping agency’s appeal against country's four-year ban from Olympics in early November
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CAS to hear Russian anti-doping agency’s appeal against country's four-year ban from Olympics in early November

In a list of hearings published on its website, CAS wrote that the appeal by RUSADA against sanctions imposed by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) would take place from 2-5 November this year.