EME NEWS (NOV 28, 2011)
TAMGHO NO FOR INDOORS
ENNIS TO DEFEND HER TITLE FROM DOHA
GREEK FEDERATION SUSPENDS OPERATIONS
ISTAF LOST THE TITLE SPONSOR
CHICHEROVA WILL JUMP INDOORS
BIG INCREASE IN VEGAS
LONDON (GBR): Up to 50 cities are capable of hosting the proposed European Games when it is possibly launched in 2015 reports Insidethegames. A report on the event, which would bring Europe into line with the other continents who already stage their own Games, has been undertaken by Deloitte and was presented at the European Olympic Committees (EOC) at its General Assembly in Sochi this week. On April 12th the NOC’s of European countries will decide whether to proceed with the Games which could be launched in 2015. In the plan are 15 or 16 sports.
RIYADH (KSA): Saudi Arabia has agreed to let female athletes join their all-male delegation to the 2012 Olympics in a bid to block threats to bar them from the games if they didn’t let women participate. The move came after a warning last year by Anita DeFrantz , who heads the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Women and Sports Commission, that any country that didn’t allow female athletes to compete would be barred from the global competition reports gantdaily.com.