Premier League to fight government attempts to limit gambling sponsors
- Ministers have promised to re-examine the Gambling Act 2005
- All Premier League clubs have gambling partners with half as main sponsor
- There is criticism that the left promote gambling with children
The Premier League will strongly opposes any attempt by the government to limit shirt sponsoring by gambling companies with the clubs that are determined to sell advertising space to the highest bidder. and led to an influx of sports betting companies, in a broad evaluation that could lead to significant restrictions on their activities, including a possible ban on shirt sponsoring.
However, the Premier League will fight such calls for stricter regulations to protect the income of their clubs, all of which have gambling partners, 10 of which have a gambling company as their main sponsor.
Richard Masters, president of the Premier League, today launched a strong defense of club gambling bands, despite concerns that the strong association has led to an increase in problem gambling and addiction, especially among children.
& # 39; We are not at all snarling or judgmental about gambling, & # 39; Masters said. & # 39; As you know, sports and gambling have a long association.
& # 39; The Premier League has no partnerships with gambling companies, we do not sell viewing rights, but it is up to our clubs whether they want to have their own gambling relationships. They all do that, and some are on the front of the shirt.
& # 39; I think this area needs stronger governance, especially to protect the vulnerable, but I don't think the answer should come to the end that football clubs should no longer have shirt sponsoring of gambling companies.
& # 39; Our clubs have always adhered to the rules and regulations relating to this. & # 39;
Conor McGregor and Donald Cerrone both hit 170 pound limit as UFC weighs 246 stars before Las Vegas confrontation
Cutting weight can be the most curvy part of the fighters process, but the main event fighters looked healthy and energetic on the scales.
& # 39; Cowboy & # 39; was the first man out and hit 170 pounds on the dot. McGregor took his time but weighed exactly the same.
He asked the UFC staff how to flex his biceps and to acknowledge a fan shouted his name and then disappeared from the stage.
The & # 39; infamous & # 39; won his first title at 145 pounds before he captured the 155 pound division, so 170 is no problem at all for him.
The brutal dehydration, sauna time and exercise to shed those last few painful pounds were graciously absent here.
A perspective is slowly developing that athletes who compete for their most natural weight rather than looking for a big advantage are not only medically sensitive, but also make sense from the perspective of performance.
Those who cut an enormous amount can suffer physically in battle, especially in terms of cardio because their bodies simply did not have the chance to fully recover.
This should not be his indictment for McGregor and his intention to acquire & # 39; rounds & # 39; suggests that a four or five round match will not be too much for him.
The Irish has been accused of gassing in the past, but this is the right change to his training schedule to go into the cage for 25 minutes if needed. This week he was walking around below the limit, so if he could have treated something to a decent breakfast before going to the scales.
Cerrone is the naturally taller man at 6 ft 1 in but also regularly competes in the lightweight division so could enjoy a fighting week in Las Vegas without worrying about 170 pounds.
He is hardly a huge physical welterweight specimen, but the least advantage is a nice advantage to have in his favor.
Neither of the two men is likely to enter the octagon considerably more heavily, but the mental obstacle to clearing the weighings out of the way will allow both of them to concentrate fully on the fight.
They will record it for the last time at the ceremonial weightings later in the afternoon for fans at the Park Theater MGM and start counting down the hours with just over a day until they finally toe-to -to go.
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Tickets for Manchester derby Carabao Cup semi-final collision are sold online despite decision to limit road allocations to 3,000 … which means fans can sit in the home sections
- Man United and Man City will meet in the Carabao Cup semi-final in January
- The two rivals will play at Old Trafford on January 7 and the Etihad on January 29
- Both clubs agreed with the police about a limit of 3,000 fans attending matches
- But allegedly dozens of tickets were on sale at online points of sale
Dozens of tickets for Manchester United and Manchester City & # 39; s Carabao Cup semifinal in January were made available online, despite the fact that both clubs agreed with a restriction of 3000 visiting fans, according to reports.
Manchester rivals meet in Old Trafford's double header on January 7 before playing at Etihad on January 29 for the return trip, and there was an agreement with the police to limit fans to the threat
But according to the Sunday Mirror there was a group of tickets available for purchase for both legs at online points of sale, some of which were sanctioned by both clubs, leaving the possibility for fans sit away the home section.
The report claims that together it could buy 15 tickets for the Old Trafford match and a block of 20 tickets for the return match in the Etihad.
There are no controls to ensure that out fans do not turn up in seats reserved for home fans, with the fear that there may be collisions between the two sets of fans.
Supporter groups for both teams expressed their concerns about the development, with suggestions to put fans away in a separate area where they could be moni tored by stewards.
Kevin Parker, general secretary of the official supporters club of City, said to the Mirror: “I have no doubt that there are problems – especially with Etihad.
& # 39; It would be better to have all out fans sitting together in a separate area of the stadium where they can be properly controlled instead of running the risk that some of them might be at home defenders to sit?
& # 39; This is not a partisan issue. Both City and United fans have been shamefully treated by both clubs and the police on this issue. & # 39;
Ian Stirling of the Manchester United Supporters & # 39; Trust (MUST), also admitted that he feared for the matches and gave the second stage at the Etihad can prove to be particularly difficult if the draw is still in balance.
& # 39; The problem will be much greater at Etihad if United still has a chance to come to Wembley when traveling for the second leg, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; There is always a big demand for tickets away from United, but it will go crazy if the band is still in balance after the first leg.
& # 39; The fact that tickets are sold by these websites only makes the decision to limit the allocation so drastically even more irresponsibly. & # 39;
Competition rules state that visiting clubs are entitled to 10 percent of the tickets, which means that City can bring 7,000 to Old Trafford and United 5,500 to Etihad Stadium.
But the decision to limit the number of traveling fans was criticized after it was announced on Christmas Eve, the MUST be concluded because of concerns that it would affect the atmosphere of the two games.
The confidence said: & We are extremely disappointed with this privately made decision between our clubs which shows little respect or understanding for the interests of match-going fans.
& # 39; The EFL has established a 10% allocation for its competition, both to ensure a lively atmosphere and to maximize the magic and appeal of the competition – the allocation of the FA for the FA Cup is of course 15% for the same reasons. & # 39;
Manchester United made it to the semi-finals after passing Rochdale, Chelsea and Colchester, while Man City defeated Preston, Southampton and Oxfod United to reach this stage.
Regis programmers must remove his UNDERWEAR to make the 10th limit during the world weight of the lightweight title while promising to beat Josh Taylor
- Josh Taylor tapped the scales at 9th 13lbs for their confrontation collision
- Regis Programmers expect an explosive finish to the fight on Saturday night
- The competition is being fought in the Title & # 39; Super & # 39; of the WBA is on the line
Regis had to remove his underwear to make the 10th limit for his fight against Josh Taylor on Saturday night.
Taylor, meanwhile, tipped the scales at 9 pounds to 13 pounds for their world super-lightweight title fight.
Programmers expect an explosive finish to have the fight. Muhammad Ali Trophy on the line.
& # 39; Somebody & # 39; s throwi ng that towel in, because I'm guaranteed to stop it, & # 39; swore Programmers after insulting his rival during the stare-down.
& # 39; Everything is fine, I'm going to beat the s ** * out of him tomorrow.
& # 39; We cursed each other, I said I would stop him, he said that he would stop me.
& # 39; It will be a bloody fight, I know for sure. & # 39;
The fight will be fought in the O2 Arena, where you jeopardize your WBA & # 39; Super & # 39; title against IBF champion Taylor.
It was the night of 12 May 2017. Later, Chelsea would win the title under Antonio Conte. For now, however, The Hawthorns lived expectantly.
An interviewer on the field had already taken a young West Bromwich Albion fan out of the junior section and asked him what the score would be. & # 39; Chelsea, 3-0, & # 39; he answered with an empty honesty. Children, eh?
Meanwhile, 12 happy mascots – 11 in home shirts, one from Chelsea – continued their exercises with West Brom coaches on the field. Passing, volleyball, both feet and then off. Also not for a short time. A good five minutes.
These were also children of all ages. Little toddlers, some bigger boys. They threw the ball high for the older boys.
The coaches showed how they could really put their upper body in for maximum power with impact. And this, remember, was the club of Jeff Astle. So, like the rest of football, they have to make a decision.
The central defender, the center forward, will lead many balls into a match. But they will lead much, much more in training. The constant repetition of defensive exercises, crossing exercises is much more likely than the inconsistent events in a match.
For example, how many air balls will a player fight against Manchester City? Not as much as against Burnley, for example.
Also depends on the type of peak that works that day. You can imagine that 90 minutes against Andy Carroll may cause more temporary head injuries than the same time against Mohamed Salah.
Direction remains a part of football and, like boxing or rugby or any sport that entails an enormous physical risk. , players will accept that or not. Not every soccer player has a degenerative brain disorder.
As we learned more about the patterns of this terrible disease – and the British Doctors Study in smoking only ended after 50 years – we will begin to understand why it affects some and not others
Footballers will take a gamble that it will not happen to them, the boxers believe they will remain safe for every blow in the ring and rugby players in the scrum despite the incidental loss of consciousness ies said Dylan Hartley can affect hookers if an artery is attached, cuts blood flow to the brain.
Still on the way to exercises, and on the way to the young? That can change. It has already been banned in youth football in the United States and, knowing what we know now, would a responsible adult coach subject his players to high ball after high ball, knowing that this process is likely to have a creeping degenerative effect?
So while race remains a part of football games, can its dominance slowly decrease? In the United States, headings are not permitted in games where children are under 10 years old, and head exercises are limited for children between 10 and 13 years old.
This could logically also apply to adults: a limit on the time spent on course exercises, perhaps a current number of times a player can practice playing football until the session ends.
The games will always be different, but the training can be controlled. And if players are regularly clearly aware of the risks, they will be less likely to be persuaded by an unscrupulous coach, who requires another five minutes or 20 repetitions. Chris Sutton estimated that he led 100 balls in training every week.
Still, air play remains a part of the sport because we as a species are conditioned to think that the bad stuff won't happen to us. We drive too fast, we fly, we climb mountains, we risk.
Astle died of chronic traumatic encephalopathy at the age of 59. His short life has been the catalyst for late debate, research and probably change in English football.
But if he had been there was a chance, not certainty, of illness in later life, would he have given up his career with West Brom and England? George North seems to suffer more concussions than most rugby players. He was eliminated five times in two years between 2014 and 2016.
Former World Rugby medical adviser, Barry D&C, said an amateur player with a record would be advised not to play again. But does someone hear North asking to be removed from the Wales team? "It's your livelihood, I understand," said O & # 39; Driscoll.
On April 11, 2015, West Brom dedicated their competition with Leicester City to the Justice for Jeff campaign, focusing on the risk of concussion in sports. They wore the same strip in which they won the 1968 FA Cup final – white, white, red – with Astle scoring the winning goal. And then the competition started.
Six minutes passed when Joleon missed Lescott with a header. After seven minutes and 36 seconds, a header from Darren Fletcher gave West Brom the lead.
Leicester's first goal was directed to Leonardo Ulloa's David Nugent and their equalizer was the work of two heads of Marcin Wasilewski and Robert Huth.
So, even with a pre-match ceremony that emphasized the dangers of playing football, West Brom and Leicester went for it the same way.
So what can change? Scientifically, the concussion of the gums at the Ospreys rugby club, which includes a microchip and head-impact feeds for medical personnel, could be developed.
Furthermore, only this. If players practiced less with heads, they would not be good at it and it would not be such a viable tactic. So maybe coaches should find more inventive ways to score goals instead of just putting them in the mixer. That is not a bad thing.
And nobody wants to ban headers. Just manage the effects, the dangers, the devastating consequences. Progress comes with more understanding.
Rugby will eventually learn to lose his love for reckless tackles. There were some thunderous hits from South Africa on Japan last Sunday, but everyone was cool.
And of course, it will be argued that changing the dependence on football on the head kills the game we know and love. But the game that we know and love, also kills its players. So there is something to give.
Look in the Mirror, Mesut
Far from becoming a scapegoat, as he suggests, there is everything that Mesut Özil cannot get meaningful for any match in the Arsenal team. Unai Emery is struggling there.
Manchester United is going through a rotten domestic season, Tottenham has also been disappointed, but Arsenal remains outside the top four.
Leicester has arrived and does not seem to be leaving soon, and the young Chelsea players are now impressing under Frank Lampard, with the victory at Ajax an exceptional result.
Arsenal are only consistent in their inconsistency. Points lost at lower club Watford, defeat at Sheffield United, why would Emery waste energy creating scapegoats?
If he thought that Özil could contribute, he would be there from the beginning and it is a bad reflection that he is not.
When the dominance of O & Brien goes too far …
When the runners and riders were declared for the last Group One Flat Race of the season, the Vertem Futurity Trophy, at Doncaster on Friday 11 out of 12 were trained by one man.
The Ballydoyle stable of Aidan O & # 39; Brien has made it almost a private event. O & # 39; Brien is a brilliant trainer who deserves praise for his passion, commitment, insight and everything it has meant for racing – but this is not healthy?
There are a growing number of races in which O & # 39; Brien is responsible for huge parts of the field. A number of bookmakers didn't rate the Doncaster race earlier in the week because they weren't sure how many entries O & # 39; Brien would run.
Six were withdrawn on Thursday, but five of the six tokens will still be his. And once they are eliminated, what are the tactics? Because there have certainly been Ballydoyle team tactics in the past.
David Redvers, manager at Qatar Racing, who owns the only non-Ballydoyle horse, Kameko, was philosophical. & # 39; You have to hire them and it doesn't matter who trains them, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; Ultimately, it is a set of horses running in a field. & # 39; But noticeably he called them a collective. That is the difference. Not least because the championship trainers are still undecided, with O & Brien chasing John Gosden for £ 100,000.
Prize money for the race first reaches sixth and amounts to £ 200,000. The race could possibly be the difference. It is hard to discourage or limit a stable and genius trainer who has been great for the sport, but it still doesn't feel right.
Murray is amazing. No really!
A death advertisement. That's how it felt to write the words. Andy Murray & # 39; s death announcement. Of course not from the man, but from the tennis player. Cracked in Melbourne and facing surgery just to have a normal life, much less a professional athletic life. That was January.
Looking back on the piece, everything was in the past. & # 39; His biggest games were … all he achieved … there was no one more brave … & # 39 ;.
Darren Cahill, the coach who helped Andre Agassi become the oldest player to reach number 1, summarized it. & # 39; When searching for examples of & # 39; emptied the bucket to be as good as possible & # 39 ;, there should be a photo of Andy Murray, & # 39; he said. It was over.
And then it was no longer. Winning the European Open, back from the dead at 32, with Stan Wawrinka defeating the first set.
When I started at Hayters Sports Agency, the use of the amazing word as an empty hyperbola was rejected. & # 39; Was it great? & # 39; Reg Hayter would surly ask his young reporters.
& # 39; Were you surprised? & # 39; He would not, however, deny the adjective attached to Murray. Reg would have recognized him as a great guy.
Casey Stoney is on the right, the ladies game can grow, but organic
At a time when the trend is to move women's football matches to large stadiums and move the hall with free tickets on paper Casey Stoney of Manchester United is almost alone.
She remains committed to building a loyal following at United & # 39; s Ground at Leigh Sports Village, where 4,042 saw a 2-0 win over Manchester City in the Continental Cup from the weekend. The capacity is 12,000 so there is still room for improvement and until the team can fill it, Stoney sees no point in trying to give tickets away at an Old Trafford echo.
When Manchester City United hosted earlier this season, the competition was switched to Etihad with a gate of 31,000. City has never released how many came in for nothing and Stoney was not impressed.
& # 39; I really want to sell this first, instead of doing a one-time game where there is no transfer, & she said. & # 39; Even with 31,000, the Etihad still felt empty and I watched the next rise of City and it didn't work at all. It costs a lot of money to open such a & # 39; n stadium.
& # 39; I prefer to invest in marketing and ensure that this place is consistently sold out. & # 39;
Stoney is right. City & # 39; s gate for their next home game against Birmingham was 1,834, and after they had moved their game with Lewes to Madjeski Stadium – capacity 24,161 – Sunday's women drew a crowd of 799.
Stoney & # 39; s will not be popular views, but good marketing that leads to organic growth remains the way forward for the club game for women.
Giving away the product is never the answer.
FIFA can learn a lesson from the Japanese story
Without a doubt, taking the Rugby World Cup to Japan has had a positive effect. It now appears that the Sunwolves, the Tokyo-based franchise in the Super Rugby club competition in the southern hemisphere, may not be playing their last season.
There are also plans to quickly lead Japan to the rugby championship, along with Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina.
Both developments would be welcome and could only make the game grow and improve. , especially with the distinctive playing style of Japan that has such a & # 39; n appeal. This is supposed to happen when sport travels to new territory. Not just the banking of more money that seems to motivate FIFA.
Gary Kirsten preferred to give the game away with regard to The Hundred. The Welsh Fire coach, needed to get support for the new project, received a generic message of expectation and enthusiasm for the weekend design, which he could pass on to his Twitter followers.
So he did that. Except Kirsten forgot to personalize his missive, so it said: & # 39; Can't wait for The Hundred Draft and the [insert team name] team choose Sunday at 7:00 pm & # 39;
Yet fans at least know the true caliber of the [not at all temporary, completely committed, by no means just a bunch of hired hands passing through at great expense] team, they are meant to fall in love with next season completely.
The owner is not in his / Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens return the manager with money
Billionaire businessmen Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens will return Villa with funds to ensure that they can Derby with goals from Anwar El Ghazi and John McGinn, until
Star man Jack Grealish led the celebrations after Villa was sealed to win 2-1 at the end of the top flight exile in three seasons.
Dean Smith greeted his Aston Villa heroes and said the club deserves to be in the Premier League
Villa beats Derby County 2-1 in the final play-off of the championship to ensure their return to the top
& # 39; Our ambition was not just to get promoted It's not going well with the Premier League, & said Sawiris. & # 39; We have seen that with great management the sky is the limit, with such a & # 39; n fan base and so & # 39; n great team. & # 39;
Smith said: & The potential of the football club is huge. It feels good that Villa is in the Premier League with its history, size and fan base. And I am not like a trailer.
& # 39; Reality has just begun.
& # 39; We have tried a few difficult years to return to the Premier League, we have a few difficult years to get back to the Premier League. Last season was very tough for everyone who went through the defeat of Fulham.
[bewerken] [toevoegen aanbieding] Buy Tony Xia before to £ 60m acquisition by Sawiris and Edens transformed the club.
Chief executive Christian Purslow dismissed Steve Bruce in October and Smith led the turn.
Victory is all sweeter for Smith because he is a fan of the club and his father Ron worked as a steward at the Villapark, Ron suffers from dementia.
& # 39; I went to my old man on Friday and I managed to keep his eyes open for up to two minutes, & said Smith.
& # 39; I said: "The next time I eat and see, I will be Premier League manager." I smiled, if not anymore. Hopefully there was understanding, but it's a terrible sick to. Jack Grealish (right) admitted he thought he would leave the club at the start of the season "class =" blkBorder img-share
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Prince William was in the stands to celebrate the victory of Villa.
Captain Grealish admitted he thought he was leaving the club at the start of the season.
I would like to meet him and tell him, & # 39; I thought I was leaving, 10 months later I am here now and I have led my youth club back to the Premier League – perfect season, & "He said." "I am speechless. I cannot explain how happy I am. It means the world, we all know where this club belongs. "
Plans for the next season are now starting. Signing Tyrone Mings is a priority after the centerback has delivered another excellent screen.
Bournemouth is open to selling it for £ 15 million and Villa has an option to match bids and there will also be discussions about signing The Ghazi, Tammy Abraham, Axel Tuanzebe and Kortney Hause.
Back to the present, and things are pretty good for Tadic, now from Treble chasing Ajax, visiting Tottenham for Tuesday Semi-Final Champions League . After this humdinger has sealed safety, things also look at Southampton.
In Ralph Hasenhuttl they have a great manager. A man motivator, master tactician and someone who clearly enjoys a challenge. Ralph Hasenhuttl celebrates after hearing that Southampton cannot be relegated this season "
Ralph Hasenhuttl celebrates after hearing that Southampton cannot be demoted this season
Hasenhuttl won 29 points from 21 games, often with square pins in round holes. The careers of James Ward-Prowse, Nathan Redmond and Shane Long have been transformed.
& # 39; It really was perhaps one of the most difficult jobs so far as a manager to come back with this team & # 39 ;, he said.
Work for the following season has already begun. The top of his list will cut away the late goals. Southampton admitted for the 16th time in the last 15 minutes here to bring their count to 27 points dropped from winning positions, one competition high.
If you can add a center If you can add a center half and a striker or two, the Saints will be a formidable package. The boss of Bournemouth, Eddie Howe, I think so: & I think it's great that we are both still in the Premier League. I think they will be much stronger next year. "
The game? With three lead changes and tactical rearrangements in abundance, it had almost everything.
Shane Long hit the opener and then missed an open goal of five yards. Bournemouth made it through a brilliant team move ended by Dan Gosling and moved forward thanks to Callum Wilson.
James Ward-Prowse tied, after which Matt Target made it a 3-2 score with a nice header, his first Saints goal. Wilson got his second place with four minutes to go – his 14th Premier League goal of an injury season – and was denied hat trick by Saints keeper Angus Gunn. More of the same next season, please.
Saints midfielder James Ward-Prowse plays excellent football under manager Hasenhuttl
Daniel Farke's side is about to return to the top by smartly recruiting and promoting young people, actually making a £ 30 million profit last summer after selling James Maddison and Josh Murphy .
The club should not have to make any sales during this coming market with their finances boosted by the revenues of the Premier League, but they will also not cause splashing cash like other promoted parties have done.
Norwich City plans to transfer a budget transfer of only £ 20 million to the Premier League, £ 20 million to the Premier League
Fulham spent £ 100 million after the play 2018 offs and Wolves broke their record twice by signing Adama Traore and Raul Jimenez, but instead, Norwich will continue to look for value at signings as they have done over the past two years.
Among a number of impressive purchases Norwich brought a free transfer to Teemu Pukki last week and Emiliano Buendia for £ 1.5 million and the pair scored 36 goals and provided 20 assists between them. The club, led by sports director Stuart Webber, believes that they can also continue to box smartly in the top flight.
The recruitment team led by Kieran Scott is preparing for full costs for new £ 20m players for transfer fees and wages. Norwich does not want to risk the financial danger due to too large a scope, and maintaining the profile of the team, maximized by the coaching of Daniel Farke, offers the best chance of survival.
Fulham spent £ 100 million after going through the 2018 playoffs but has already been relegated
All players have automatic wage increases before reaching the Premier League , with some more doubling of their money, but talks about improved contracts will still take place in certain circumstances, including with very Max Aarons and Ben Godfrey, who have attracted interest from elite clubs. Aarons and Godfrey are already tied to long futures deals, but Norwich want to reward their progress.
The players share a bonus prize pool of around £ 10 million once the promotion has been confirmed, one of the highest amounts in the Championship and important for a team whose total annual pay slip rises just north of £ 20 million.
Norwich are six points free from Leeds in third place with a superior goal difference of 10, so only need a draw from their home game against Blackburn on Saturday night to confirm the promotion. Four points from their remaining remaining games would see them win the title for Sheffield United.
Semenya awaiting results from her
She warns that federations will start playing the system if it is not brought in. historical appeal against an IAAF regulation Against by Laura Lambert for Mailonline April 18, 2019 | the marathon has acknowledged that the case concerning the double 800m Olympic champion Semenya, who is currently at the Court of Abitration However, she supports the controversial proposal of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) to increase the testosterone limit in athletics of women because it says it & # 39; naive & # 39; would be to think that federations would not play the system if it were not brought in. Caster Semenya is waiting for the results of her historical appeal against an IAAF Regulation & # 39; It is really difficult and very complicated, because they [Cheating] are not cheating in any way & # 39 ;, she said. & # 39; It is the way these girls were born and raised and have the right to compete. It is not a physical benefit that only one athlete has, it is a condition that many athletes could possibly have. And it's very hard to talk about because people will say it's racism or you accuse federations of doing this. & # 39; But it would be naive to think if this rule did not go through that there are no some people there, managers or federations, who are actively looking for girls with this condition and say "well that you are going to do this sport and this event so that we can win ". It is naive to think so. & # 39; And if it were just one athlete, we would celebrate their physical characteristics that would enable them to produce their performances. Radcliffe, who sits on the IAAF Athletes' Committee, said she & # 39; vicious & # 39; has experienced trolling on social media She predicted that she would have to decide differently, but she did not want that. the IAAF would enable athletes to compete in women's sports. Talking about Protection for Cleaning Paula Radcliffe supports controversial proposal for a testosterone limit in women's athletics Competition (PCC) conference in London, Radcliffe – married to Mo Farah & # 39; s coach Gary Lough – also spoke openly about the impact of the 2015 allegations she had baptized, saying that this was the & # 39; most difficult thing I have ever experienced & # 39; that she then her The year old daughter sent to speak to a sports psychologist as a result, saying: “My daughter got really, really upset because to begin [the journalists] the house rang and so she had to do it ick up the phone calls. & # 39; She saw that I was in tears and did not know what to do and she saw that Gary did not know what to do and he tried to help me. That was the hardest part and that is why I had to talk to Steve [Peters]. & # 39;
She warns that federations will start playing the system if it is not brought in. historical appeal against an IAAF regulation Against by Laura Lambert for Mailonline
April 18, 2019 |
the marathon has acknowledged that the case concerning the double 800m Olympic champion Semenya, who is currently at the Court of Abitration
However, she supports the controversial proposal of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) to increase the testosterone limit in athletics of women because it says it & # 39; naive & # 39; would be to think that federations would not play the system if it were not brought in.
Caster Semenya is waiting for the results of her historical appeal against an IAAF Regulation
& # 39; It is really difficult and very complicated, because they [Cheating] are not cheating in any way & # 39 ;, she said.
& # 39; It is the way these girls were born and raised and have the right to compete. It is not a physical benefit that only one athlete has, it is a condition that many athletes could possibly have. And it's very hard to talk about because people will say it's racism or you accuse federations of doing this.
& # 39; But it would be naive to think if this rule did not go through that there are no some people there, managers or federations, who are actively looking for girls with this condition and say "well that you are going to do this sport and this event so that we can win ". It is naive to think so.
& # 39; And if it were just one athlete, we would celebrate their physical characteristics that would enable them to produce their performances.
Radcliffe, who sits on the IAAF Athletes' Committee, said she & # 39; vicious & # 39; has experienced trolling on social media
She predicted that she would have to decide differently, but she did not want that. the IAAF would enable athletes to compete in women's sports.
Talking about Protection for Cleaning
Paula Radcliffe supports controversial proposal for a testosterone limit in women's athletics Competition (PCC) conference in London, Radcliffe – married to Mo Farah & # 39; s coach Gary Lough – also spoke openly about the impact of the 2015 allegations she had baptized, saying that this was the & # 39; most difficult thing I have ever experienced & # 39;
that she then her The year old daughter sent to speak to a sports psychologist as a result, saying: “My daughter got really, really upset because to begin [the journalists] the house rang and so she had to do it ick up the phone calls.
& # 39; She saw that I was in tears and did not know what to do and she saw that Gary did not know what to do and he tried to help me. That was the hardest part and that is why I had to talk to Steve [Peters]. & # 39;