Guadalajara es desde hoy la Capital Mundial del Libro, hasta el 22 de abril de 2023

La ciudad mexicana es la tercera en América Latina con esta distinción. La programación incluye más de 2.000 actividades y las presencias del argentino Alberto Manguel, la uruguaya Fernanda Trías y el español Bernardo Atxaga, entre otros

How do you solve a problem like Russia? Luge struggles to find a solution following Extraordinary Congress and “unsatisfactory” legal situation

An “unsatisfactory” legal situation, an indecisive vote, and calls for a boycott published by the international federation whose own events were targeted, highlight an extraordinary week of events for the FIL

Sanctions lifted by the FIL for Russian luge athletes

The Russian Olympic Committee hopes the move will set a precedent for appeals in other sports

La FIL del Palacio de Minería se pondrá “Gafas Violeta”

Por primera vez la Feria Internacional del Palacio de Minería tendrá un foro de Equidad de Género

“No he terminado”: Anabel Hernández reveló que tiene más nombres de famosas vinculadas a grupos criminales

La periodista destacó que hasta el momento su libro “Emma y las otras señoras del narco” no tiene ninguna demanda

Diamela Eltit llamó a no votar a la derecha en Chile para “impedir un gobierno rapaz fundado en el desprecio”

En la inauguración de la Feria del Libro de Guadalajara, la premiada escritora chilena pidió “evitar” que la extrema derecha, representada por el candidato presidencial José Antonio Kast, gane el ballotage del 19 de diciembre

La militarización en México se ha traducido en más violencia y homicidios, advirtieron expertos en la FIL de Guadalajara

“Generalmente esas estrategias están enfocadas en que las policías se parezcan más a los militares para que puedan hacer las tareas que los militares están haciendo, esos uniformes azules van a ser los que sustituyan a los uniformes verdes”, explicó Daira Arana Aguilar, directora general de la Organización de Asuntos Internacionales Global Thought

FIL Alternativa 2021: “Rostros en la Oscuridad”, el otro lado de la lectura

Durante el evento habrá presentaciones de libros con autores emergentes, poesía, conversatorios y las actividades son de acceso gratuito

“Es una feria popular, no de élites”: Sheinbaum inaugura la FIL con homenaje a caricaturista Helguera

La jefa de gobierno dijo, durante la inauguración del evento, que la lectura no era un privilegio, sino un derecho

69th FIL Congress in Salzburg on September 24-25

Covid and international relations combine to cost Lake Placid its luge world cup races - Federation Focus

Also: IWF to hold Electoral Congress in December; Judo, beach soccer and kickboxing added to European Game 2023 sports program

World Triathlon to Elect President - Federation Focus

Also: ICC elects new leader; BWF, Special Olympics plan future; Beijing 2022 test event postponed; New canoe event for 2024

52nd FIL Luge World Championships 2024 in Altenberg (GER) / JWM 2022 in Winterberg and JWM 2023 in Bludenz (AUT)

Einars Fogelis elected as new FIL President / Dwight Bell now Secretary General

2020-2021 World Cup luge season to proceed without Lake Placid as FIL moves races to Oberhof

50th FIL Luge World Championships 2021 will not be held in Whistler

Federation Focus: Ex-AIBA President Loses U.S. Appeal

Also: Luge and Volleyball federations postpone congresses; Teqball reaches 50 federation members

Judo President Tweet Forum -- Federation Focus

(ATR) Also: Lacrosse determined to be Olympic; New weightlifting classes created

FIL General Assembly Approves Sweeping Rule Changes and New Strategic Plan for Lacrosse

Former Luge Secretary General Reflects on Tenure -- ATRadio

(ATR) Svein Romstad speaks with Around the Rings about his lengthy career in luge.

Americans make international luge news at the 2018 FIL Congress in Slovakia

Josef Fendt to Serve Seventh Term as FIL President -- Federation Focus

(ATR) Also: Telemark skiing may debut at Beijing 2022; Grammy-winning artist to perform at VNL Finals

Badminton Rebrands World Tour Finals -- Federations Focus

(ATR) Also: U.S. lugers feel safe in PyeongChang; FIFA Council of Europe xx; FINA posts positive outlook for 2018.

Luge Federation Contradicts IOC Verdict -- Federations Focus

(ATR) Also: FIS secretary general Sarah Lewis awarded OBE; Team USA names Olympic ice hockey roster for PyeongChang.

Winter Olympic Sports Welcome Neutral Russians -- Federations Focus

(ATR) The seven Winter Olympics federations share mixed reaction to Russian ban at PyeongChang 2018.

ATR First: Double Winter Olympic Allocation Not Optimal

(ATR) FIL chief Josef Fendt tells ATR he is no fan of awarding the 2026 and 2030 Olympics at the same time.

FIL Restructures Board, Elects New Members

The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) has completed a major reorganization of its governance structure and elected three new members to its Board of Directors.

IOC President in Korea for Taekwondo Championships - Federations Focus

(ATR) Also: AIBA lands main official sponsor, ISSF signs off on 2020 Olympic Program, FIL look for new secretary general

AIBA Treasurer Goes Out Swinging -- Federations Focus

(ATR) AIBA treasurer resigns with serious allegations; WBSC emphasizes youth sport; Lacrosse Federation names first CEO.

Consecutive Asian Olympics Pose New Challenges for Luge -- ATRadio

(ATR) FIL president Josef Fendt talks about luge’s preparations for PyeongChang 2018 and Beijing 2022 Winter Games.

Room for Improvement at PyeongChang 2018 Luge Venue -- Federations Focus

(ATR) Prize money increased for ITU competitions; Sport Climbing Federation focuses on Tokyo 2020 preparations.

Luge Training and Speed Skating Test Event - Photodesk

(ATR) A behind-the-scenes look at a luge international training session and the speed skating test event in South Korea.

USA Lugers Give Verdict on PyeongChang Track

(ATR) Matt Mortensen also tells ATR athletes had a great travel experience ahead of luge test events in South Korea.

Preview PyeongChang Viessmann Luge World Cup

Record number of 29 nations to compete in Olympic trial run in PyeongChang. 

On the Scene: PyeongChang Sliding Center Gets Crash Course

(ATR) Two events over two weeks will shape the future of the Alpensia Sliding Center ahead of PyeongChang 2018.

PyeongChang 2018 Venues Put to the Test -- Monday Memo

(ATR) Also: Skiing World Championships conclude in St. Moritz; Asian Winter Games begin in Japan.

Taiwan Awarded Full Member Status

The Taiwan Lacrosse Association (TWLA) has been granted full membership status in the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL)

Federation of International Lacrosse Announces Search for CEO

FIL President Stan Cockerton announced the launch of a search for the organization’s first chief executive officer. 

USA Luge to Tackle 2017 World Championships

Patscherkofel Mountain will host the 47th Luge World Championships

Austrian Officials Cautious Before Launching 2026 Bid

(ATR) Peter Mennel says officials are being diligent by conducting a feasibility study on the Innsbruck 2026 Olympic bid.