New IAAF Testosterone Regulations are Bigoted and Targeted

Last week the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) released new regulations for women's events titled Female Classification (Athletes with Differences of Sex Development). These regulations are currently valid and the new testosterone limits will be enforced beginning on November 1, 2018. The IAAF claims these new regulations are designed

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Women's Curling in Pyeongchang: Gold for Sweden, Bronze for Japan, and Tournament Team Selections

Curling fans were treated to two terrific semifinal matchups after a week of great round robin play. The host nation and top seed, Team Korea, faced off against fourth-place Japan. In what might have seemed like a possible gold medal game prior to the tournament, second seed Sweden played third-ranked

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Women's Curling in Pyeongchang: After Five Games

The women's curling event at the Olympics is worth following for new and old fans alike. For those who have watched curling for years, names like Homan, Muirhead, and Hasselborg need no introduction and the team game is as familiar as shouts of "hard!" But for curling fans

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Mixed Doubles Curling in Pyeongchang: Wrap-Up and Medals

The mixed-doubles curling playoff round provided ample tension and excitement.

Canada took on Norway in the first semi-final. John Morris started strong against Norway, impressing with a surgical double to clear the rings of Norwegian stones in the first end. Kristin Skaslien's error with her final shot allowed Kaitlyn Lawes

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