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USA Swimming Exec Dir Chuck Wielgus Dies From Cancer

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 23 / 17

USA Swimming Exec Dir  Chuck Wielgus  today "died of complications from colon cancer" at 67. He had also served as USA Swimming Foundation CEO since '04, and earlier this year, he " announced his retirement ," effective August. USA Swimming Assistant Exec Dir  Mike Unger is now the i...

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Franchise Notes

MLB: In K.C., Jeffrey Flanagan writes Kroenke Sports Owner Stan Kroenke "is rumored to be interested in the Rockies." Kroenke owns the Avalanche, Nuggets and Pepsi Center (K.C. STAR, 2/19)....A Padres

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Miami Sponsorships Examined

A growing number of corporations are "shying away from seven-figure event sponsorships" in South FL, according to Christina Hoag of the MIAMI HERALD, who examined the state of sponsorships in the area

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NHL Players: Stoppage Likely

THE HOCKEY NEWS recently polled 30 NHL players, one from each team, and 23 said that a new CBA "won''t be done in time and there will be a work stoppage." Four players believed that the NHL and NHLPA

Tags: Atlanta Hawks, Cablevision, Chicago Blackhawks, Hockey, Leagues and Governing Bodies, New York Rangers, NHL

Executive Transactions

Berryman Resigns From Predators DAVID PARO, the former head of Clear Channel Entertainment''s marketing services unit CMI, has started Chicago area-based Deep Alliance Marketing, a marketing services

Tags: Football, Nike, People and Pop Culture

Spurs To Develop Around SBC

Spurs officials said yesterday that the new $190M SBC Center "has lived up to most expectations, despite complaints about upper-level seating," according to Scott Huddleston of the SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS

Tags: Basketball, Facilities, San Antonio Spurs

Media Monitor

NATIONAL TV MONITOR: Last night''s 11:00pm ET 60-minute edition of ESPN''s "SportsCenter" led with Rockets-Lakers, followed by Bucks-Kings and Pacers-Grizzlies. The first non-basketball report, at 5:2

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USFS Advertising Testing

Bob Berwyn writes in the DENVER POST that lap maps – trail maps that are fastened permanently to ski lift safety bars – have been introduced at several Aspen ski areas.  The maps are “flanked by displ

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“They want to take the hip-hop look out of baseball. I may just keep on doing it the way I''ve been doing it.” — Mariners CF Mike Cameron, on MLB''s new uniform policy (SEATTLE P-I, 2/1

ICC Ejects Coke Drinking Family

A family who was "thrown out of a Pepsi-sponsored World Cup cricket match in South Africa for opening cans of Coca-Cola" has filed an assault charge against the Int''l Cricket Council (ICC), according

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Morning Buzz, February 19, 2003

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Wednesday, February 19, 2003 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz Past Issues Feb 18, 2003 Feb 14, 2003 Feb 13, 2003 Feb 12, 2003 Feb 11, 2003 Feb 10, 2003 • IOC

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