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Always wanted to island-hop in the South Pacific? Need a good excuse to finally book that plane ticket? New Zealand is heavily favored, but New Caledonia is still in the fray. The winner will advance to play the 5th place Asian team for a coveted World Cup berth. There are just six professional Grand Sumo tournaments each year in Japan — and the last one for takes place in November, in Fukuoka. What better way to soak up some Japanese culture than to attend a real, professional tournament? Best of all, the Fukuoka tournament will get you out of Tokyo — something too few tourists to the country manage to do.
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Lars leads the BCW Sports practice. With over twenty years of experience in the international sports world, Lars has distinguished himself as a master strategist and specialist in sports management and international sports events bids. Furthermore, he advises key sport leaders in achieving their goals, and those of their sport. Greg is a director at the BCW Sports practice, he is a specialist in international sporting events.
Recent scandals involving national governing bodies for sport and allegations of athlete abuse have captured media attention. The most recent, focusing on the actions of USA Gymnastics, prompted Congress to propose legislation to require better protections for Olympic Movement athletes. However, this Article asserts that the issue targeted by the recently enacted legislation must be viewed in the context of the overall regulation of Olympic and amateur sport in the United States. In doing so, Congress should consider more comprehensive reform that goes beyond the issue of athlete abuse.