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The Australian Sports Minister, Jackie Kelly, has announced an unprecedented AU$458 mill. in funding for Australian sport over the four years 2001-2005. Announcing the strategy, on 22 May 2001, she revealed that this support would ensure continued sporting excellence and help deliver significantly...

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1 June 2001
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College athletics, especially the high revenue sports of American football and basketball, are increasingly tarnished by academic fraud, dismal graduation rates and commercialization, a report by the Knight Foundation Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics has found. According to the LA Times,...

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4 July 2001
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UK Sport, the governing body for British sport, has announced it's lottery strategy for the period 2002-2005. The aim of the strategy - the first produced by UK Sport since it became a distributor in 1999 - is to ensure that UK Sport continues to provide an effective framework for the investment of...

Date
7 January 2002
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On 14 May 2001 Olympic Gold Medalist, Stephanie Cook MBE, launched the UK Central Council for Physical Recreation's (CCPR) Manifesto

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1 June 2001
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The popularity of cross-country cycling has led to an increase in injuries ranging from cuts and bruises to spinal cord damage, air and blood trapped in the lungs, and kidney loss, according to new research published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, reports BBC Online.

Date
24 May 2001
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Some 600 delegates from 105 countries attended a two-day World Conference on Sport & Tourism on February 22-23 2001, jointly organized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the World Tourism Organization (WTO), with the support of the region of Catalunya, the city of Barcelona, the...

Date
23 March 2001
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Sportbusiness.com reports that according to investment bank Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, the forthcoming Soccer World Cup is the only bright light ahead for the Japanese economy. Meanwhile co-hosts South Korea are hoping that the finals will give a massive boost to their economy, as BBC News...

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2 April 2002
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Following the re-election of a Labour Government in June 2001, UK sport has undergone a major shake up to take it into the 21st century reports leisure opportunities. Following the appointment of a new Minister for Sport, Richard Caborn MP, the Chief Executive of Sport England, Sir Derek Casey...

Date
18 June 2001
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The future of a new national football stadium for England has been thrown into doubt after the Football Association announced that it was refusing to finance the stadium on it's own, reports Guardianunlimited.

Date
2 May 2001
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A new report, England's Premier Clubs, published by Deloitte & Touche in April 2001, reviews the financial performance of the clubs in football's English Premier League in the 1999/00 season. According to Gerry Boon, Head of Deloitte & Touche Sport, the findings suggest that when the new television...

Date
16 May 2001