In the general euphoria transmitted "to unified networks" by the RCS editorial group (big italian newspaper "Gazzetta dello sport" and "Corriere della sera" that in the last week have claimed in one way the conspiracy theory against Schwazer), newspapers and televisions that talk about the case have given almost no space to the voice of World Athletics (formerly IAAF), the offended part against the former South Tyrolean athlete still disqualified for doping until 2024 and under criminal investig...More
Schwazer case: investigations about IAAF emails stolen by Fancy Bears, involves italian journalist Nando Sanvito?
Swiss police tighten the circle around Fancy Bears, but more news could come from Italy. Is just a few hours ago the news of a Swiss investigation about the cyber attacks against WADA by the phantom group of Russian hackers. The proceedings, launched in March 2017 but only now known, are conducted "on charges of political espionage" against two Russian spies already arrested in the Netherlands (and extradited to Russia) following an operation in joint intelligence service between Great Britain, ...More
Slovak media rejoice: “Toth is innocent!”
The last 24 hours of tension for Matej Toth are finally over; for him a real liberation has arrived. Already in the late afternoon of yesterday, numerous Slovak websites reported the news that the IAAF had renounced to appeal of the TAS against the absolution of the strong racewalker from doping charges. This morning the confirmation of the Slovak Athletics Federation has arrived, with a statement posted on his official website: <<On Thursday, December 21, shortly before 19:00, the Athle...More
Alex Schwazer 8 year ban: came the motivations of TAS-CAS
In the chaos created by the pro-Schwazer newspapers, on January 31, 2017, the long-awaited motivations from the TAS had arrived as a "slap" in relation to the eight-year doping disqualification imposed on the south tyrolean, by now former athlete. On that occasion some italian journalists wrote about the document, but reporting only minimal details, not allowing readers to understand what were the reasons for sporting justice. Only at the beginning of March was the same Court of Arbitration for...More