It's a common problem across all sports. The expectations of people like us are that everything should be accurate. But the people who have the jobs of getting things accurate are not experts in their field. Most of us on this forum who collect international results could do a much better job than the people who are actually paid to do so. But that will never happen, as those people won't want to lose their jobs and will never admit that they cannot do them properly.
In other sports, sometimes results are not even reported even for current events. There was a recent example of world championship qualifiers (i.e. the most important tournament in that sport) in volleyball (which proclaims itself to be the world's most popular sport) not being reported at all. I contacted a few federations to get the results (which of course were not official or verified), then the governing body copied and pasted my results from Wikipedia, even including formatting. And this is in 2013, in a popular sport, in the most important competition in that sport. Now the African governing body (CAVB) has decided it doesn't like the way I talk (i.e. I told them they should be doing better), and is not responding to my e-mails. However, they have no problem copying my results from Wikipedia. So I've contacted FIVB, the world governing body, and they've passed it back to CAVB. I've told them I will keep writing them e-mails until they do their job properly. As you can probably tell, people not reporting results is something that really annoys me. And they all react the same way to criticism (we are doing our best/you don't know how difficult it is/etc.). Basically, they are crap at their jobs.
I pointed out a mistake in one of their results as well, but they replied saying it was official. The fact that 4-1 is an impossible result in volleyball didn't seem to matter. When I told them this, they just ignored me.