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IndyCar Releases '17 Schedule, Highlighted By Return To Gateway Motorsports Park

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 26 / 16

The Verizon IndyCar Series on Thursday released its '17 schedule, and it can be argued that they "will have the most year-over-year schedule stability and continuity it's had in more than a decade," according to Curt Cavin of the INDIANAPOLIS STAR. The 17-race schedule "includes all of this year's v...

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02/03/98
WOMEN'S SPORTS: NEW HOCKEY LEAGUE SHARPENS ITS FOCUS

The Women''s Professional Hockey League, set to begin play in November, has narrowed its list of teams to five sites in New England and Canada. In Boston, Barbara Huebner reported that "among the venu

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, WNBA

02/03/98
SPREWELL HEARING RESUMES: IS DEAN FEERICK COMING UNDER FIRE?

Warriors GM Garry St. Jean testified for "nearly" four hours yesterday as the second week of the Latrell Sprewell hearing began in New York, according to Athelia Knight of the WASHINGTON POST. Warrior

Tags: Golden State Warriors, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA

02/03/98
NFL NEWS & NOTES: THE BEACH PARTY CONTINUES FOR PRO BOWLERS

HI Gov. Ben Cayetano formally announced a deal with the NFL that will keep the Pro Bowl in Hawaii through 2001, according to Paul Arnett of the HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. Cayetano said the game generates

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02/03/98
COURTROOM DRAMA RUNS HIGH IN FIRST DAY OF MARTIN V. PGA TOUR

The trial phase of Casey Martin''s suit against the PGA Tour "began in dramatic fashion" in Eugene, OR, yesterday, according to Thomas Heath of the WASHINGTON POST. A "graphic video" showing Martin''s

Tags: ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, PGA Tour, Walt Disney

02/02/98
PHILADELPHIA COURT GIVES GO-AHEAD ON SUIT AGAINST NHL

A U.S District Court judge in Philadelphia has allowed a lawsuit, filed by five former NHL players against the NHL, former league president John Zeigler and NHLPA founder Alan Eagleson, to proceed, ac

Tags: ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NHL, Walt Disney

02/02/98
MARTIN TRIAL A HOT TOPIC AS PROCEEDINGS BEGIN TODAY IN OR

Casey Martin''s challenge to the PGA Tour''s walking rule goes to court in Eugene, OR, today as Martin tries to prove that a cart is "a reasonable modification to the tour''s rules, not a fundamental

Tags: ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Nike, PGA Tour, Walt Disney

02/02/98
SPREWELL HEARING SWITCHES COASTS, RESUMES TODAY IN NEW YORK

TNT''s Craig Sager reported from Portland, OR, that Latrell Sprewell''s agent Arn Tellem gave "the most dramatic" and "most significant testimony to date," telling arbitrator John Feerick on Friday th

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02/02/98
TRIPLE-A WORLD SERIES LOOKS FOR NEUTRAL SITE AND TV DEAL

Plans are in the works for a Triple-A World Series matching the champions from the Int''l League and the PCL at a neutral site, according to the Providence JOURNAL- BULLETIN. The first series will be

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB

02/02/98
DESPITE SKETCHY DETAILS, MEDIA CHIMES IN ON TURNER/NBC PLAN

NBC and TBS'' proposed new football league would "sell franchises to investors and attempt to attract national auto, airline, beverage and technology advertisers with the promise of high-profile, if l

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01/30/98
LEAGUE NOTES

MARTIN CASE: PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem and Casey Martin''s attorney William Wiswall have contributed opinion pieces to ESPN''s SportsZone regarding Martin''s case, which goes to trial Monday.

Tags: ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NHL, Nike, PGA Tour, St. Louis Blues, Walt Disney

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