Quote of the Day

"History will be made."
-- Sochi Olympic Organizing Committee President Dmitry Chernyshenko, referring to Russia hosting its first Winter Olympics. (AP, 1/30)
Friday January 31, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 161 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Scoring A Six Pack

    Sky Sports will broadcast the '17 British & Irish Lions Tour.

    Sky Sports has secured six long-term rights agreements across six different sports including the British & Irish Lions, Super League rugby, England overseas cricket, Scottish football, speedway and sports entertainment leader, WWE. The deals come on the back of audience growth. In the last six months of '13, Sky Sports enjoyed its highest share of viewing in six years, including increased audiences for live Premier League football and its biggest-ever audience for rugby union.

  • Get The Last Word

    Sources say Nike still odds-on favorite to win ManU kit deal.

  • Reading The Stars

    Chinese Year of the Horse kicks off with Broncos in Super Bowl.

  • Property Value

    Li Na's agent setting Aussie Open champ up with real estate company.

  • Laying Out Plan

    Liverpool says it will deliver Anfield expansion plan by April.

  • Legal Bills

    Welsh pub landlord ordered to pay $206K bill over EPL copyright claim.

  • Quieting The Noise

    Sky reports rise in sales despite competition from BT Sport.

  • Power Player

    Billionaire Packer rumored to be in line to partner with Crowe on Rabbitohs.

  • New Blueprint

    West Tigers corporate changes may lead way for other NRL outfits.

  • Safe And Sound

    Sochi official says city is secure and ready for Games.

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