Quote of the Day

With your help, we will send our men and women and their enormous quadriceps to Vancouver. And glory!"

-- Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert, calling on viewers of his show to donate to U.S. Speedskating's sponsorship fund ("The Colbert Report," Comedy Central, 11/3).

Wednesday November 4, 2009 Vol. 16 — No. 38 Print This Issue

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  • All Eyes Turn To Vancouver In 100 Days

    The Vancouver Olympics are only 100 days away, and the spotlight on the Games grows progressively larger as the Opening Ceremony draws near. The USOC holds a number of events around N.Y. this morning to mark the countdown to February 12, while Polo Ralph Lauren and Nike formally unveil several official outfits for the U.S. squad. The sponsorship of the U.S. Speedskating team by the "Colbert Nation" also is drawing attention to the Olympic movement, as Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert reveals viewers have already donated $40,000 to the NGB. Meanwhile, the clock is ticking on the USOC's search for a new CEO, and regardless of the selection, it is apparent the new leader will need "more than 100 days to fix what's wrong" with the organization.

  • Great Scot!
    Andy Murray dropping longtime sponsor Fred Perry for lucrative deal with adidas.

    Owners' Manual
    As Dan Snyder makes rare public comments regarding state of the Redskins, the Browns continue to remain silent on Kokinis ouster.

    This Is Our Exit
    F1 suffers yet another blow as Toyota follows Honda, Bridgestone in pulling out of sport.

    Talladega Nights
    NASCAR's Ramsey Poston criticizes ABC's coverage of latest race, says net "missed a lot of very good racing" on Sunday.

    Stand Next To Your Fire
    Flames on the defensive for receiving H1N1 vaccinations ahead of Canadian public.

    Lift, Clean & Place 
    PGA Tour Reno-Tahoe Open gets new date, but now conflicts with popular local celebrity event.

    Want To Be A Part Of It
    N.Y. fans hoping to see Yanks clinch World Series tonight help Game Six become highest-grossing event in StubHub history.

    Donald Sterling paying record $2.7M settlement in apartment discrimination case.

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