Kenya

1.DIRTY TRICKS SURFACE IN IOC SCANDAL

2.KENYA'S MUKORA QUITS IOC

3.SAMARANCH DEFIANT, TOO

4.2006 WINTER OLYMPIC BIDDERS FACE CONFUSION, NEW RULES

5.2012 BIDS

6.HOT FILE

The ICC has ordered all international cricket players, umpires and officials to declare their innocence of match-fixing by the end of November.

Australian Olympic officials do not know how Kenya used a US$10,000 payment aimed at securing the 2002 Games for Sydney, the Sydney Morning Herald has said.

Some of cricket's leading figures were anxiously awaiting news of their fate after the International Cricket Council (ICC) began its executive board meeting in Nairobi, Kenya, on Monday.

A U.S. insurance giant and major Olympic sponsor has said the committee responsible for Sydney's successful bid for the 2000 Games appeared to have been involved in bribery.

Indian cricket authorities will release the names of four players suspected of match-fixing this week, a senior official attending the International Cricket Council (ICC) Board meeting in Nairobi, Kenya has revealed.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has recommended that Kenya and Bangladesh qualify automatically for the 2003 World Cup in South Africa.

The executive board of the International Cricket Council (ICC) will focus on corruption within the game when it meets in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi next week.

Kenyan cricket chiefs have asked the sport's world governing body for more international matches following the recent West Indies tour of the country.

IT firm Pentasoft Technologies Ltd has signed a deal with the Australian Cricket Board to sponsor the national cricket team at the ICC knock-out tournament in Kenya.

Trans World International (TWI) has signed a deal with the Kenyan Cricket Association (KCA) to develop television, new media and sponsorship rights.

The hosts of the 2004 African Nations Cup will be announced in Cairo on Monday, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has said.

Cricket minnows Canada, Kenya, Namibia and the Netherlands will share a one-million-dollar fund to help them prepare for the 2003 World Cup.

Kenya's High Court has stopped elections for the national athletics body scheduled to have taken place at the weekend, according to local media reports.

International Cricket Council President Jagmohan Dalmiya will recommend that Kenya hosts the ICC knockout tournament next year.

Africa?s hopes of staging the 2010 World Cup were dashed after more than 130 people were killed and dozens injured in a stampede at a soccer game in Ghana's capital, Accra, in Africa's worst soccer tragedy.

With an eye on Sydney's Olympic Games, shoe and apparel giant Nike has unveiled its space-age "Swift Suit" for sprinters.