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Monmouth Park Record Crowd Sees American Pharoah Cruise To Victory In The HaskellPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 03 / 15
American Pharoah's "dominating victory" yesterday in the William Hill Haskell Invitational Stakes drew an announced attendance of 60,983 to Monmouth Park, the "biggest crowd" in the facility's history, according to Frank Angst of BLOODHORSE. The Triple Crown-winner's presence also "produced record p...
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Michael Lanigan, Chair & CEO of the Champ Car Grand Prix of Cleveland, has put $5M “into reinventing the event, making it more fan-friendly and family-friendly,” according to the Cleveland PLAIN DEALE
FIFA Exec Committee member Ismail Bhamjee, a delegate from Botswana, “was sent home from the World Cup for ticket scalping,” according to the AP. FIFA President Sepp Blatter said that FIFA “did not ha
Skateboarder and Olympic Gold Medal-winning snowboarder Shaun White and BMXer Dave Mirra appeared on NBC’s “Today” this morning to promote the Dew Action Sports Tour. Mirra, who sported a Monster Ener
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German police arrested more than 300 people yesterday in the city of Dortmund in “an effort to prevent violent confrontations during the highly anticipated World Cup game between Germany and Poland,”
German police confirmed that the U.S. soccer team “has been given an unusually heavy security detail” during the FIFA World Cup, according to Roy Kammerer of the AP. Hamburg Police Dir Ralf Meyer said
The U.S. men’s national team is being derided in the media after losing 3-0 to the Czech Republic in its opening World Cup match yesterday. THE DAILY offers a round-up of opinions. LACK OF PROGRESS: I
The Champions Tour Bank of America Championship in Concord, Massachusetts, was canceled over the weekend after rain “render[ed] the course unplayable,” according to Matt Gagne of the BOSTON HERALD. Ch
An announced crowd of 13,476 attended Sunday’s ArenaBowl XX at the Thomas & Mack Center, up from the 10,822 who attended the game last year, according to Mark Anderson of the LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL.
The 30-minute opening ceremony for the FIFA World Cup in Munich on Friday will be “relatively modest ... compared with the opening ceremony of the Summer Olympics,” according to Brian Trusdell of the
Canoe Brook Country Club offered free admission yesterday as Michelle Wie attempted to become the first female golfer to qualify for the U.S. Open, but closed its gates at 11:00am ET “because official