SBD/Issue 102/Hot Reads
Published February 9, 2010
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
SI.com's Andrea Canales writes of the WPS L.A. Sol folding, "What's worrying to women's soccer fans … is that the Sol were, in many ways, the flagship franchise of the league. … They also generated by far the most press of any WPS club" (SI.com).
The SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS' Buck Harvey writes in the wake of the Saints' Super Bowl win, Owner Tom Benson "drifted into what has become a consistent distortion of his post-Katrina actions. According to the spin of 2010, Benson all but waded into the floodwaters to pull
- IOC member argues that the Games are not a drain on taxpayers.
- Red Bull-built halfpipe gives snowboarder Shaun White an edge.
success, fame and fortune elude long-track speedskaters. U.S.
- Many athletes/small-business owners confront conflicts in prioritizing.
- Q&A with Atos Origin's Chief Integrator for Vancouver Games.