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Bookie Update on Caster Semenya Case

Caster Semenya Loses Appeal against IAAF Hormones Rules

South African Olympic runner Caster Semenya lost her appeal against rules made to reduce the naturally high testosterone levels among some female runners. With a vote of 2 to 1, the highest court in the sports world said the proposed rules from the International Association of Athletics Federations are unfair. However, the court added the discrimination was needed to preserve ...

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Bookie NHL Update: Bruins Eliminate Leafs

Bookie NHL Update: Bruins Eliminate Leafs

It felt like déjà vu for the Toronto Maple Leafs last Tuesday. The Boston Bruins eliminate Leafs in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals of the NHL. In fact, it is the third time in seven years that the Bruins won against the Leafs in the playoffs. It was a bitter pill to swallow for the Leafs because it was another Game ...

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Bookie Predicts End of AAF

Bookie Predicts End of AAF

Two weeks before the official end of its season, the Alliance of American Football suspended its football operations. Some people are speculating that this might be the end of AAF. For days, all eyes were on control owner Tom Dundon. However, there’s no official confirmation on whether the league was going to shut down. At present, teams canceled their practices. ...

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LeBron James Retweets Sportsbook

LeBron James Retweets Sportsbook

Nothing is going right for LeBron James in recent weeks. His team, LA Lakers, didn’t make it to the playoffs. Just over the weekend, the NBA superstar probably got in trouble with the league for retweeting something from an offshore sportsbook. James retweeted a video posted by MyBookie, an offshore sportsbook based in Curacao. The video showed LA Angels baseball ...

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Bookie Favors Oregon Women’s Basketball

Bookie Favors Oregon Women’s Basketball

Oregon women’s basketball team is the second seed in the NCAA Tournament. On Friday, it will host the 15th seed Portland State to open the tournament. For the game, a bookie favors Oregon 28.5 points over the Vikings. It is the sixth biggest point spread for a first-round game in this year’s women’s NCAA Tournament. Number 1 seeds Notre Dame, ...

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Sportsbook Improves Raiders Odds after Brown Trade

Sportsbook Improves Raiders Odds after Brown Trade

The Raiders acquired wide receiver Antonio Brown Saturday night. As a result, your favorite sportsbook improves Raiders odds to win the Super Bowl next season. However, not everyone is expecting them to improve much from their previous season’s performance. Some sports news analysts said the Raiders will probably win one or two games more than last season. In fact, improving ...

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Bookie Industry News: Future of Integrity in Sports

Bookie Industry News: Future of Integrity in Sports

Many fans are concern about the integrity of the sport that they love, especially after the Supreme Court opened the door for each state to legalize sports betting. Major sports leagues joined into the sports wagering bandwagon even after years of trying to avoid it. However, the future of integrity in sports is still unclear. At present, the MLB, NHL, ...

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Gender Rules Hanging on a Balance with Olympic Champion’s Case

Gender Rules Hanging on a Balance with Olympic Champion’s Case

The IAAF and Olympic champion Caster Semenya are in a standoff over issues involving hormones, performance, and gender rules in sports. It has reached an important phase as a five-day hearing starts this week. The two-time gold medalist went to and from the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Monday. Although she didn’t answer questions from reporters, both her lawyers ...

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