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Selling women’s sports with sex is not attracting men to games.
Beijing looks to curb certain behaviors ahead of ’08 Olympics.
The CHICAGO SUN-TIMES’ Lewis Lazare writes of the city bidding for the 2016 Olympics, “It’s a gargantuan task that will require marketing with sophistication and reach that – to be honest – is well beyond the scope of anything this city has attempted. Ever” (CHICAGO SUN-TIMES).
The LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL’s Bill Taaffe writes, “Now that Don Imus has self-destructed … [ESPN Radio’s Colin] Cowherd could be the most controversial national voice on commercial radio” (LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL).
- A look at AT&T’s sponsorship dispute with NASCAR.
- Some MLBers still say they need stimulants to stay sharp.
- Steroid use takes a tragic toll on young athletes.
- Jaguars players support NFL’s tougher player conduct policy.
- MLS player Steve Ralston says league attracting top talent.
- Japanese ballplayers get “fight money” after big performances.
- Op/Ed calls for boycott of ’08 Beijing Games.
- Reviewer enjoys MLB.TV Mosaic application.
- A look at the various taxes imposed on professional athletes.
- Writer runs Boston Marathon wearing Yankees gear.
- Profile of Ducks Travel Coordinator Ryan Lichtenfels.