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Future Of USA Pro Challenge Unclear As Race Owners Face Legal Woes, Sponsor IssuesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 25 / 15
The USA Pro Cycling Challenge has an "obstacle to overcome in its quest for a big-money sponsor: the race's owners, the deep-pocketed but lawsuit-plagued father-son team of Richard and Rick Schaden, who insiders say need to let it go," according to Jason Blevins of the DENVER POST. Quiznos Founder R...
Universal's "Seabiscuit" hits theatres Friday, and in L.A., Bill Christine wrote the "beleaguered racing industry ... would like to take a big bite out of [Seabiscuit] and re-nourish itself." The indu
Serena Williams has withdrawn from the Rogers AT&T Cup, slated for August 11-17 in Toronto, "because it conflicts with her work in a movie," according to Tom Tebbutt of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL, who n
ESPN last night hosted the 11th annual ESPY Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. In Cleveland, Mary Schmitt Boyer notes that LeBron James, who did not win an award, still "got plenty of airtime,"
Levy Restaurants held a small gathering on Monday afternoon before last night's Home Run Derby at the company's newest concept restaurant, Jake Melnick's Corner Tap, located at E. Superior St. off the
USA Gymnastics yesterday awarded the '04 U.S. Olympic gymnastics trials to the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim which were moved from Boston when the FleetCenter won the rights to host next summer's Democrat
ESPN yesterday announced that it has selected Aspen/Snowmass to host the eighth annual Winter X Games from January 22-25, 2004, marking the first time a city has hosted an X Games for three consecutiv
The USSF and FIFA formally announced the schedule and venues for the '03 Women's World Cup (WWC), and in DC, Brian Straus reports RFK Stadium will host the opening ceremony and a first-round doublehea
U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) President Robert Contiguglia yesterday announced the six stadiums that will host the '03 FIFA Women's World Cup. While specific information regarding the schedule and num
Saturday's Belmont Stakes drew 101,864 fans, the second largest in the event's 135-year history, despite inclement weather. NYRA Senior VP Bill Nader said that the "miserable weather kept about 25,000
Women’s World Cup Returning To The U.S. The FIFA Emergency Committee Monday announced that the U.S. was awarded the ''03 Women''s World Cup, which was moved from China due to the SARS outbreak. The to