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Formula E Talking To Two North American Cities To Find Replacement For Rio Race

04 / 15 / 14

Electric racing series Formula E is in talks with two North American cities to replace Rio de Janeiro on the calendar of its inaugural season. However, Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag could not reveal the specific cities. Agag said, “We are in touch with two cities for a replacement, actually bo...

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Mexican Football Adds Sponsorship

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Tags: North America, Marketing and Sponsorship

12/14/12
Nike Sponsors United Soccer League

Nike said that it is "taking over as sponsor" of the United Soccer League three years after the company sold its majority stake in the minor league circuit, according to Erik Siemers of the PORTLAND BUSINESS JOURNAL. Nike inherited ownership of the USL in '07 when it acquired U.K.-based football bra ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, North America

12/13/12
Panama Olympic Committee In 'Disarray'

Panama's Olympic Committee (COP) is "in such disarray over its leadership" that the IOC has threatened to withdraw its recognition of the organization, according to XINHUA. Local daily La Prensa said that the IOC "urged the COP to reverse its decision to postpone a scheduled general assembly and ele ...

Tags: Olympics, North America

12/12/12
West Ham Featured In The Simpsons

EPL West Ham United has had its fair share of "D'oh" moments over the years, but now it is "the latest Premier League club to be immortalised in the award-winning cartoon, The Simpsons ," according to Matt Lawless of the London DAILY MAIL. The newly-promoted Hammers "have made a promising start to ...

Tags: People and Pop Culture, United Kingdom, North America

12/12/12
Team Signs Deal With Mexican State

The NBA D-League Texas Legends have signed a presenting level sponsorship deal with the state of Veracruz, Mexico, that puts the “Veracruz Incomparable” tourism slogan on the front of the team’s jersey. Terms of the Veracruz deal were not disclosed, but the deal also includes a med ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, North America

12/11/12
Bloomberg Launches New Analysis Blog

Bloomberg Sports Monday unveiled its new blog, Stats Insights. The blog will contain original content and analysis for the five major European football leagues as well as the NFL, MLB and NBA. Other sports will be added in the future as well. Match Analysis provides extensive statistics and charts, ...

Tags: Media, North America

12/11/12
ESPN X Games To Expand Globally

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Tags: Events and Attractions, North America

12/07/12
COC Reveals $2.6M Contribution

The Canadian Olympic Committee announced a one-time C$2.6M ($2.62M) contribution to Canadian teams competing at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, according to Lori Ewing of the CANADIAN PRESS. COC President Marcel Aubut said, "As the host nation, all eyes of the Americas and the whole world wi ...

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12/06/12
Beckham Weighs MLS Ownership Offers

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Tags: International Football, North America

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KSL Buys Stake In Olympic Resort

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