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Though the Sanex WTA Tour''s Chase Championships are moving from N.Y. to Munich in 2001, MSG officials "are negotiating to carry a new event during the same week" in early November, according to Laura
IMG, which represents both tennis analyst John McEnroe and the Williams sisters, is "attempting to put together an exhibition match between" McEnroe and one of the sisters for a prime time broadcast o
Aspen, CO, is "initiating a marketing blitz to attract visitors to town for the [World Cup Of Skiing] races on Thanksgiving weekend," according to Janet Urquhart of the ASPEN TIMES. World Cup Organizi
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Attending the X Games for the first time with his children last Sunday, the S.F. CHRONICLE''s Sam McManis wrote, "It would be refreshing, I thought, to see a sporting event devoid of the corporate tai
The X Games are "diverting TV programming, nothing more and nothing less," according to Mark Purdy of the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. Purdy writes that while the X Games are marketed as "edgy" and "wild,"
American Skiing Co. (ASC) Founder & CEO Les Otten said that he plans on remaining at the helm of the ski company for at least another five years, according to the Barre- Montpelier TIMES-ARGUS. Last m
Despite facilities that were "less-than-major league" and some days of competition that offered "less-than- compelling events," more than 23,000 fans turned out on each of the eight days of the U.S. O
A record 24,072 fans attended Sunday''s U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials in Sacramento, CA (WASHINGTON TIMES, 7/24). In Indianapolis, David Woods writes the Trials'' eight consecutive days of 23,000-
The 2000 Summer Gravity Games, which concluded Sunday in Providence, RI, "exceeded expectations," as fans came to the event''s downtown venues "in droves, and organizers said nearly everything went of
USAT&F, which is "taking bows and congratulating itself" on the "overwhelming success" of the U.S. Olympic Track Trials in Sacramento, CA, has had "nothing to do" with the event''s success, according