Sir Bill Beaumont has won the race to be re-elected World Rugby’s chairman for another four years, seeing off a spirited challenge from his vice-chairman, Agustín Pichot.
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COVID-19: frustrating a sporting nation
Sport around the world has become collateral damage of another world health crisis. In Australia as an exponential number of people are self-isolating due to coronavirus their enjoyment of sport is compromised
Does competition law still have a role to play in sport? The failed challenge by Saracens
In November last year, the English professional rugby club, Saracens, was heavily sanctioned by a league disciplinary panel for breaches of the salary cap rules.
Saracens overstep the line – what happens next?
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As England were boarding the plane home from Japan days after a World Cup final defeat by South Africa, a significant story was surfacing back in England.
Trade secrets: the price paid for a mid-season trade period
As the 2019 Australian Football League (AFL) season draws to a close, the post-Grand Final debate looks set to be dominated by the issue of whether a mid-season trade period should be introduced.
Head Injury Assessment protocol
A deeper understanding of the risks of concussion has seen the game take proactive steps to protect its players.
Steinhoff, the cost to South African rugby?
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The Steinhoff Saga, possibly the biggest case of corporate fraud in South African history, has dominated South African and global news headlines since the company’s share price collapsed on 5 December 2017.
TV Rights and the economics of sports in South Africa: proposed broadcasting laws sets a cat amongst the pigeons