Quote of the Day

"It’s Bernie being Bernie."
-- Bahrain's Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa, after Bernie Ecclestone said the nation was "stupid" to host the F1 race. (LONDON TIMES, 4/20)
Monday April 22, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 220 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • A Rush On Sales

    Mo Farah is one of the marquee attractions for the Anniversary Games.

    Tickets for this summer's two-day Anniversary Games athletics event at London's Olympic Stadium "sold out in 75 minutes amid complaints that the website could not cope with demand," according to Owen Gibson of the London GUARDIAN. On the day that the public accounts committee queried whether the enthusiasm generated by the Games was in danger of "fizzling out," the "stampede for tickets suggested that the public at least wanted to recapture the feeling of watching the likes of Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis and Usain Bolt in action."

  • Walking Away

    Rangers CEO Charles Green resigns, club searches for replacement.

  • Falling In Line

    Wimbledon has followed tennis' other majors with a hefty hike in prize money.

  • A Good Bet

    U.K. racecourses to collect windfall from deal to package TV rights.

  • A Cold One

    Second Bundesliga club Hertha BSC teams up with Warsteiner brewery.

  • War Of Words

    Football fans could be "losers" in U.K. battle over Premier League rights.

  • Bad Report

    CONCACAF investigator accuses former executives of fraud.

  • Changing Account

    Bayern Munich President Hoeneß could face fraud charges over Swiss account.

  • Kid Stuff

    Arsenal targets next generation by offering $15 tickets for teens.

  • Leading The Way

    Allianz near closing first World Cup stadium naming-rights deal in São Paulo.

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