Quote of the Day

"In every wedding that I attended the bride was late. I've never seen a bride arrive on time -- but never saw a marriage that didn't go ahead."
-- Brazilian Sports Minister Aldo Rebelo, assuring delegates that the country would be ready for the World Cup when the time comes. (BBC,12/5)
Friday December 6, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 126 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Holding The Power

    F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone has managed F1's commercial rights since 1978.

    F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that Ferrari "has a veto over who will succeed him as the boss of Formula One," according to Christian Sylt for CNN. The British billionaire has managed F1's commercial rights since '78 "but there has recently been speculation over who could replace him" as CEO. Ecclestone revealed that Ferrari "needs to give consent to his successor, a detail that is written in the prospectus for the stalled flotation of F1 on the Singapore stock exchange."

  • Nelson Mandela Dies

    World sports figures react to death of former South African president.

  • Not To Worry

    GM says European pullout will not affect ManU, Liverpool deals.

  • New Wardrobe

    La Liga club Real Sociedad will switch from Nike to adidas.

  • Cup Runs Dry

    English Premiership clubs confirm they won't play in Heineken Cup.

  • Branching Out

    Sky Deutschland takes stake in Sport1, Constantin Sports Marketing.

  • The First Time

    Virgin Racing signs on as Formula E's ninth team.

  • More TV Time

    Bach wants more TV for Olympic sports, hints at launching network.

  • The New Deal

    MLB, Nippon Professional Baseball reach accord on posting system.

  • Big Bang

    Cartagena's take from Barça match will nearly cover club's annual budget.

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