February 3 - 9, 2014 Vol. 16 — No. 40

Top Stories

  • A mountain of challenges for Sochi

    The obstacles for visitors to Sochi range from the serious — delayed construction on hotels — to the trivial — a lack of entertainment options. The combination has created one of the most challenging Olympics in decades and stoked a degree of anxiety in Olympic circles few can recall.

  • 'The Mayor' of Rocky Top

    Tennessee’s Joan Cronan helped give the Lady Vols their identity and success. She served as the women’s athletic director from 1983 through 2012, overseeing a program of 11 sports and a budget of close to $30 million. We honor her as part of this year’s class of Champions: Pioneers & Innovators in Sports Business.

  • A new NBA: Silver creates media panel

    New NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has selected seven team governors to advise him on the league’s coming media talks, the surest sign yet that those negotiations are about to become much more intense.

  • NHL shifts focus to ’15 Stadium Series

    Any skepticism about the viability of the Coors Light NHL Stadium Series appears to have been answered, leading the league to think big again for 2015, with a series that could include a game at Gillette Stadium.

  • Notre Dame renovation goes beyond athletics

    Tradition-rich Notre Dame is taking its most progressive step into the future, tied to an extensive $400 million renovation of its football stadium. The project stands out for meeting the needs of students and academics as much as the football program.

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