Integrity News

GLMS deepens commitment to Moldovan sport with latest partnership

The Global Lottery Monitoring system (GLMS) has united with the General Police Inspectorate of the Moldovan Ministry of Internal Affairs, to strengthen protection against corruption in Moldovan sport. Elevating the collaboration between the two parties, the agreement allows for...

Anthony Joshua may be forced to search for new opponent in US debut

Anthony Joshua’s US debut has been thrown into doubt after promoter Eddie Hearn revealed an ‘adverse finding’ had been found in a drug test sample of his scheduled opponent, Jarrell Miller. The Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA), informed Hearn of...

Paul Scholes charged with allegedly breaching FA betting rules

Former Premier League winner, Paul Scholes has been charged with misconduct in relation to allegedly breaching The FA’s Betting Rules. The charges relate to the accusation that the former Manchester United and England midfielder placed 140 bets on football...

Former CBF President issued with lifetime ban from football

Former Brazilian Football Confederation President (CBF), Jose Maria Marin has been banned for life from all football activities, after he was found guilty of bribery. The investigation by FIFA's ethics committee deemed that Marin and numerous former members of...

EU Athletes deepens fight against corruption with EUSportIntegrityDay

Leading European multi-sport federation of player associations, EU Athletes is strengthening its commitment to integrity with today’s annual EUSportIntegrityDay. The campaign calls on sports stakeholders: public authorities, sports organisations, betting operators and regulators, athletes, coaches, referees and fans to form...

TIU announces lowest quarterly alerts since 2015

Issuing its quarterly update, the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) has revealed that for the opening of 2019, a total of 21 match alerts were reported over potential threats to integrity. A total of 20 alerts were relation to matches played on the ATP...