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UFC on Saturday makes its first foray into Orlando with an event at Amway Center, and the level of promotion for the event marks a "drastic change" from previous shows in South Florida that left UC President Dana White "less than pleased," according to Brian Linder of the Daytona Beach NEWS-JOURNAL....
USSF officials "initiated discussions" with Cuban soccer officials last week "in an attempt to arrange" a match between the U.S. men''s team and the Cuban team in Havana, according to Seth Wickersham
Serena Williams'' withdrawal yesterday from the du Maurier Canadian Open 20 minutes prior to her scheduled match due to a shoulder injury and her "bailing out" of a function on Tuesday with tournament
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The inaugural Winter Goodwill Games will be held in Lake Placid, NY, from February 17-20, 2000, and officials said yesterday that the "top athletes in 11 selected sports" will be invited to participat
Four-day attendance at the PGA Championship at Medinah Country Club totaled 159,000. The event had 33,000 attend Thursday''s first round, "about" 38,000 on Friday, 43,000 on Saturday, and a "virtual s
PGA of America CEO Jim Awtrey was interviewed by CBS'' Jim Nantz during the third round of the PGA Championship Saturday and said that his organization "was prepared to accommodate" the players'' requ
CBS'' final round coverage of the PGA Championship earned a 7.7/18 overnight Nielsen rating, up 26% over last year''s 6.1/14. The event earned a two-day average of a 6.2/16, up 13% over last year''s 5
USSF officials are "trying to wrap up the details" on a fall tour for the U.S. women''s soccer team, according to Peter Brewington of USA TODAY. Games would be scheduled for September 4 or 5, then Sep
IMG is "selling off" the Millrose Games to Advantage Int''l "in a deal in the low to mid six figures" which is "expected to be finalized by the end of August," according to Terry Lefton of BRANDWEEK.
WORLD CUP BIDS ARE IN: England, South Africa, Germany, Brazil and Morocco have formally bid to host the 2006 World Cup. FIFA''s Exec Committee will choose the event''s host next July. England''s Footb
The return of the LPGA to Pleasant Valley County Club in Sutton, MA, for the areaWeb.com Challenge "turned out to be rocky off the course, but very much a success on the course," according to Paul Ken