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Pagliuca In, Fish Out As Boston '24 Chair, With Lucchino, Connors Also Added To CommitteePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 22 / 15
Boston '24 has named Celtics co-Owner & Managing Partner Steve Pagliuca its new Chair, replacing Suffolk Construction CEO John Fish as leader of the troubled Olympics bid committee. Also Thursday, the committee added Red Sox President & CEO Larry Lucchino and Hill Holliday Founding Partner J...
IOC President Juan Antonio Samaranch is profiled in the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. He said "danger" that could destroy unity present today, noting some federations, most notably track and field, are as "strong
Olympic volleyball fan and New Mexico resident Wade Miller recently tried to order Olympic tickets by phone, but found out operators for the ''96 Games were "geographically impaired," according to the
UT Gov. Mike Leavitt told Salt Lake Council members Tuesday the 2002 Games belong to the state, not Salt Lake City, according to the DESERET NEWS. Those comments came as council members met with Leavi
Olympic sponsors Avon and General Motors are teaming up for the "Achieve the Dream" promotional sweepstakes, according to BRANDWEEK. The sweepstakes is promoted on the cover of a special 132-page Olym
An engineering report written by New York-based Weidlinger Assoc. revealed the $280M Atlanta Olympic Stadium needs $3M in repairs and reinforcements before it can be opened to the public, according to
Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell said Monday he will ask the City Council to amend the city''s budget to include $2.5M for overtime for police, fire and corrections officers (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 2/27)...
A poll by Georgia State Univ. shows that fewer state residents think hosting the ''96 Games is a good idea, and half as many expect to see an Olympic event as did one year ago. The poll shows resident
ACOG got the "highest marks possible" from the IOC''s oversight group Tuesday after two days of reports on the final months of preparations for the Games, according to the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. IOC Co
Baseball could be out of the Olympics after this summer if the IOC can''t find a way to have MLB players participate in the Sydney Games in 2000, according to the BOSTON GLOBE. USA Baseball Head Dick
At a closed-door meeting, the USOC gave preliminary approval Sunday to a revised code of conduct and a no-notice drug testing program, according to the TAMPA TRIBUNE. USOC President Dr. LeRoy Walker s