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"Intersex" athletes await CAS ruling

"Intersex" athletes await CAS ruling

17 August 2017

Caster Semenya, the South African middle distance runner who won a gold medal at the World Athletics Championship in London on Sunday, is among several hyperandrogenous athletes who will find out next month if a panel at the Court of Arbitration for Sport will strike out regulations that would force them to medically reduce their natural testosterone levels or be barred from competition.

Chelsea and Salah cleared by CAS panel

Chelsea and Salah cleared by CAS panel

03 July 2017

A panel at the Court of Arbitration for Sport has dismissed an appeal by Italian football club Fiorentina relating to its failed attempt to extend an agreement for the loan of Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah from Chelsea Football Club.

CAS will hear Palestine claim over West Bank teams

CAS will hear Palestine claim over West Bank teams

14 June 2017

The Palestinian Football Association has made good on a threat to file a claim at the Court of Arbitration for Sport over Israeli clubs based in the disputed territory of the West Bank – after FIFA delayed making a decision on the issue at its most recent congress.

Blatter ban upheld by CAS

Blatter ban upheld by CAS

05 December 2016

Disgraced former FIFA president Sepp Blatter has lost his appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against a decision that effectively ended his career in football by banning him from all activities relating to the sport for six years.

Palestine threatens CAS claim over West Bank clubs

Palestine threatens CAS claim over West Bank clubs

25 November 2016

The Palestine Football Association has threatened to bring a claim at the Court of Arbitration for Sport against its Israeli counterpart unless FIFA can resolve a dispute over Israeli clubs based in the disputed territory of the West Bank.

Introducing eSport arbitration

Introducing eSport arbitration

14 November 2016

The World eSports Association – which was formed six months ago to professionalise competitive video gaming – has developed an option for ad hoc arbitration of doping and other disputes under its own dedicated rules, with Zurich as default seat.

CAS panel reduces Sharapova ban

CAS panel reduces Sharapova ban

Premium article - 05 October 2016

In a highly publicised Court of Arbitration for Sport case, a tribunal composed of leading sports arbitrators Luigi Fumagalli, Jeffrey Benz and David W Rivkin has reduced tennis star Maria Sharapova’s two-year ban for doping offences by nine months.

No reprieve for Russian Paralympic athletes from Switzerland’s highest court

No reprieve for Russian Paralympic athletes from Switzerland’s highest court

Premium article - 01 September 2016

UPDATED. Pending resolution of an appeal from a decision of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, Russian Paralympic athletes have failed to persuade Switzerland’s highest court to overturn a blanket ban on them competing in the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

CAS upholds Russian ban from Rio Paralympics

CAS upholds Russian ban from Rio Paralympics

Premium article - 23 August 2016

The Court of Arbitration for Sport has upheld a decision by the International Paralympic Committee to ban Russia’s entire Paralympic team from the games in Rio de Janeiro because of evidence of state-sponsored doping.

CAS breaks record with caseload in Rio

CAS breaks record with caseload in Rio

Premium article - 22 August 2016

The Court of Arbitration for Sport’s Olympic ad hoc division has officially closed for business after dealing with a record 28 cases in Rio – but members of the division are still hearing an appeal against Russian Paralympic athletes blanket ban because of alleged state-sponsored doping.