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Roush Fenway Racing Announces Carl Edwards Will Leave Team In '15Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 27 / 14
Roush Fenway Racing this morning issued a statement announcing driver Carl Edwards will not return to the team in ’15. Edwards has driven the No. 99 Ford for RFR since ’05. Team Owner Jack Roush said that he has “known for more than a month that Edwards would be leaving the tea...
The Women''s World Cup continues tonight at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium with two quarterfinal matches, including the U.S. vs. Germany (ESPN, 7:00pm ET). Last night, China defeated Russia and Norway defeat
ESPN''s Bob Ley reported last night that "part of the upper deck" at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium for Thursday''s Germany-U.S. WWC Quarterfinal match "was opened" for additional ticket sales: Ley: "Fourtee
The strong attendance numbers for the WWC indicate "there is an attendance capable of sustaining a league at a level above the current W League," according to Frank Dell''Apa of the BOSTON GLOBE. But
Reports differ in the DC-Baltimore area on whether Women''s World Cup organizers will make several thousand more seats available to Thursday''s U.S.-Germany quarterfinal match by opening the upper dec
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X GAMES: In four days of X Games competition, 140,000 people have visited the Games'' venues, "contributing to massive traffic congestion" in the downtown S.F. area. Monday''s attendance "was expected
In the Women''s World Cup, the U.S-North Korea match was played last night before 50,484 fans at Foxboro Stadium. In Boston, Bob Ryan writes that the U.S. team is "America''s flavor of the month. Ever
More than 48,000 fans attended the "main site" of the X Games Saturday in S.F., according to Sal Ruibal of USA TODAY, who wrote that the S.F. Police Department "estimated" that 15,000 fans "had to wai
The Women''s World Cup continued last night as the U.S. defeated Nigeria 6-1 in front of 65,080 fans, the largest crowd to ever see a soccer game at Soldier Field. The previous record was 64,443 for a
The Women''s World Cup resumes tonight with four games, including the U.S.-Nigeria match at Chicago''s Soldier Field. Last night in DC, Norway defeated Canada before 16,448 at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium.
The Wimbledon championships will be broadcast exclusively in the U.K. through 2004 by the BBC in a deal scheduled to be announced today. The pact includes TV, radio and some Internet rights (Miles Eva