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European Commission order International Skating Union to change competition rules in landmark legal ruling

An International Skating Union (ISU) rule imposing severe penalties on athletes participating in speed skating competitions unauthorised by the world governing body has been ruled as a breach of European Union anti-trust laws and must be changed. The ruling is considered the most significant legal case in European sport since the 1995 ruling in favour [...]
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