SBD/Issue 204/Hot Reads

Hot Reads

Monday, July 13, 2009

Profile of Warriors GM Larry Riley.
Safeco Field remains relevant as it celebrates its 10th year.

The DENVER POST’s Mike Chambers writes that Alan Johnson Al-Anabi Racing co-Owner Khalid Bin Hamad al-Thani “wants to educate traditional NHRA fans about his Middle Eastern country, which is led by his father.” Khalid: “We hope that someday (Doha) will be the motorsports mecca of the Middle East” (DENVER POST).

The N.Y. TIMES’ Scott Sayare writes of the rise of semiprofessional football leagues in Europe, “The National Football League scrapped its overseas experiment two years ago, but that does not mean Europeans have stopped playing the game. In France, despite what one may expect, football does not refer exclusively to soccer” (N.Y. TIMES)


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