Most papers in NFL markets continue to use "Redskins" moniker in publication.
Train Of Thought
Sporting KC unveils plans for a 16-field, $75M U.S. Soccer training center.
Int'l Crown officials think it could have a World Cup-type impact on women's golf.
Tony Stewart lobbying for a Sprint Cup or Nationwide Series race at Eldora.
On With The Show
The Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony drew an average audience of 7.6 million for the BBC.
V8 Supercars team Owner Dick Johnson is reportedly in talks with Roger Penske about teaming up.
AFL player Lance Franklin splits with manager Liam Pickering, who negotiated his new $9.4M contract.
Hangin' With ...
Scottish Rugby's Dominic McKay talks about growing the game in Scotland.
ON THE ROAD:
Weekend with Stewart-Haas details costs, complexities of NASCAR calendar.
ESPN, HBO, others continue to feed appetite for sports programming.
ON A MISSION:
Hired by the Ducks in 2005, Paddock climbs mountains to help others.
INTO THE MAINSTREAM:
From interest to execution, Brazil was a hit. What's next for soccer in the U.S.?
SBJ/November 17 - 23, 2003/The Tracker
Published November 17, 2003
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