Quote of the Day

"We'll have a race."
-- Mexican Grand Prix Marketing Dir Rodrigo Sanchez, saying the Hermanos Rodríguez was not damaged by Tuesday's earthquake and the race will go on as scheduled on Oct. 29. (REUTERS, 9/21)
Friday September 22, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 72 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Counting The Spoils

    ManU achieved "record annual revenues last season, boosted by a new broadcasting deal for English football and trophy wins," according to Murad Ahmed of the FINANCIAL TIMES. The team finished the '16-17 season by winning the Europa League title and the League Cup. It started this season with a "series of victories that have propelled" the club to a share of first place in the Premier League. ManU on Thursday released its full-year results for the year to June 30. Revenues increased 12.8% compared with the previous season to £581.2M ($789.2).

  • Return Flight

    Real Madrid re-ups with Emirates for €70M per year, according to reports.

  • Out To Pasture

    Betfred to end sponsorship of British horse racing, close course shops.

  • On The Court

    Amazon Prime Video partners with ATP, ATP Media to stream Next Gen Finals.

  • Election Surprise

    Cookson suffers "crushing defeat" in UCI election to Lappartient.

  • Ending The Drama

    Chelsea sends Diego Costa to Atlético Madrid For €65M

  • Moving Forward

    Mexican GP organizers say event will go ahead as planned.

  • The Aftermath

    Liga MX postpones weekend matches, says "it's time to help" with quake cleanup.

  • Finding Support

    Counties back Durham chief's call for cricket transfer system.

  • Extra Time

    UCI says Tour de Yorkshire will be extended to four days in '18.

  • Hangin' With ...

    ... Alistair Kirkwood, NFL UK Managing Dir.

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