President Xi Jinping on Friday addressed a welcoming banquet ahead of the opening ceremony of the 31st summer edition of the FISU World University Games in Chengdu, capital city of Southwest China's Sichuan province. Here are the higlights. Read more
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There was a palpable sense of excitement inside the Olympic Fencing Center in the northern Israeli city of Akko, where athletes were preparing for the Chengdu World University Games in China. Read more
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday signed into law legislation that prohibits biological men from competing in women’s collegiate sports. Read more
A new Gallup poll released Monday reveals that most Americans reject the concept of biological men competing in women's sports. Read more
The official flame for the 31st Summer World University Games was flown from Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, to Beijing on Thursday for the torch relay due to start at the weekend. Read more
The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected an attempt by West Virginia’s attorney general and the conservative law firm Alliance for Defending Freedom to bar a biological male from participating in female sports. Read more
If you’re looking to place a bet on the Huskies, you may have a long drive ahead of you. Like New York, Connecticut has followed New Jersey’s lead and has banned betting on in-state college teams. It is illegal to do so both online and in person. Read more
Transgender athletes will not be allowed to compete in college sports in the Lone Star State, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has vowed. Read more
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is the latest entity to dismiss standardized testing as a core requirement for student-athletic scholarships. Last month, both Division I (DI) and Division II (DII) councils voted in their respective meetings to eliminate it altogether. Read more
A proposed draft of a physical education form in Florida could require all high school student athletes to disclose information regarding their menstrual history — a move that’s already drawing pushback from opponents who say the measure would harm students. Read more