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British Open officials have "vowed to lead the way with new technology to enhance" the fan experience for the July 17-20 tournament at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, according to Phil Casey of the London INDEPENDENT. Large LED screens will be "placed on each hole apart from the 18th, which will retain t...
The X Games will return to Philadelphia August 15-19, under terms of a two-year deal signed by the state of PA, Philadelphia, Comcast Cable and Comcast-Spectacor. In ''01, the city drew 235,000 specta
Cleveland Gains Some Gravity Cleveland will host this year''s Gravity Games, set for July 27-August 4, and the city''s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum "will serve as the event''s hub of activiti
The ''02 ESPY Awards will be held July 10 at Kodak Theatre in L.A. as a result of a two-year deal between ESPN and Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG). Under the deal, AEG will provide marketing suppor
NBC, Octagon and Primedia will "buoy the Gravity Games by taking equity positions" in the event, according to Daniel Kaplan of the SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL, who reports the three companies will "announc
Yesterday at the 24th Int''l Sport Summit at the Marriott Marquis, N.Y. Deputy Mayor for Economic Development & NYC2012 Olympic Bid Founder Dan Doctoroff, AFL Commissioner David Baker, USOC Managing D
New Zealand Open organizers "have assured creditors that they will be paid," despite the golf tournament "losing hundreds of thousands of dollars," according to Paula Oliver of the NEW ZEALAND HERALD.
Turner Broadcasting "quietly pulled the plug" on the Goodwill Games yesterday, 15 years after the event began "with great fanfare," according to Karen Rosen in a front-page piece in the ATLANTA CONSTI
While CT-based Skip Barber Racing School''s (SBRS) corporate business has grown from $500,000 in ''95 to nearly $4M in revenue last year, making it the "fastest-growing segment" of the company, the Se
CART is reportedly heading back to St. Petersburg, as St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Baker announced yesterday that his administration "has reached an agreement in principle to host" The Grand Prix of St.
The ''02 World Cup "was saved from the threat of cancellation" yesterday when National Indemnity Company (NIC), a subsidiary of Warren Buffet''s Berkshire Hathaway, "agreed to insure the tournament,"