IOC Decides Not To Completely Ban Russia Baseball HOF Induction Drawing Big Crowd White Sox Suspend Chris Sale WNBA's Borders Talks Leadership U.S. Bank Stadium Officially Opens To Public NFL Panthers' Ticketing Service Overwhelmed WNBA Rescinds Fines For Black Warmups Legends Of The Dome Draws 10,600 California Chrome Wins San Diego Handicap Rio's Athletes' Village Deemed Uninhabitable
The S.F. Board of Supervisors "will consider [tonight] whether to grant the naming rights" of S.F. Stadium at Candlestick Point to the 49ers, according to Rachel Gordon of the S.F. CHRONICLE. Supervis
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The Ontario and federal governments announced they "would come through" with C$5M each for a new C$35M tennis stadium, to be built for ''04 near the current site at York Univ., according to Curt Rush
The Greater Louisville Sports Commission named Churchill Downs CFO ROBERT DECKER as Chair and Fifth Third Bank of KY President JIM GAUNT as Vice Chair, replacing Bisig Communications Founder & Preside
Jonathan Ledecky DC-based entrepreneur Jonathan Ledecky''s efforts to buy the A''s "apparently have collapsed," according to Sheinin & Asher of the WASHINGTON POST. Ledecky had reached terms with A''s
Telecom company VoiceStream, which is in the process of changing its name to T-Mobile, last March signed a three-year title sponsorship deal with the U.S. women''s cycling team that runs through the '
The Columbia STATE''s Steve Wiseman reported that the Univ. of SC (USC) "has set another record by selling out all its season tickets for this fall''s six games at 80,250-seat Williams-Brice Stadium."
USA TODAY''s Michael McCarthy notes Miller Brewing''s "Storytellers" TV spots and writes that the campaign "is working so well" that Miller Lite Group Dir Rob Olejniczak has "ordered up a half-dozen n
The IDAHO STATESMAN reports that the WCHL CO Gold Kings "have suspended operations for the 2002-03 season, but the financially struggling Anchorage Aces have been sold and will remain active." Since
MN State Finance Commissioner PAM WHEELOCK, the "linchpin of Gov. JESSE VENTURA''s administration and the woman some around the State Capitol call `Governor Wheelock,''" is leaving to become Wild Seni