March 13 - 19, 2017 Vol. 19 — No. 45

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  • Roar of Orlando

    The raucous supporters section at Orlando City Stadium was part of Orlando City SC co-owner Phil Rawlins’ vision. Coupled with the stadium’s steel roof canopies, built low and tight to trap sound, both elements make for a building much louder than Camping World Stadium, the team’s home for its first two MLS seasons.

  • He’s the man behind March Madness

    For most college basketball fans, the madness starts this week. But for Dan Gavitt, who recently was promoted to senior vice president of basketball, which means he now oversees NCAA men’s and women’s basketball at all levels, the madness never ends.

  • Wearable tech wins over MLB

    Major League Baseball has established a framework that could unlock a deep trove of player performance data, as it has approved four analytics companies to provide on-field wearable technology this season.

  • ICC eyes mega event around Barcelona-Real Madrid

    In its fifth year, the International Champions Cup wants to create an event that lives up to the matches. The U.S. tournament, operated by Relevent Sports, has secured one of the world’s biggest rivalries: La Liga superpowers Barcelona and Real Madrid, better known in the world of soccer as El Clásico.

  • Holograms producing real results in sports

    Over the last few months, Lexus has used hologram technology on premium-seating levels at Staples Center, MSG, the United Center and Verizon Center to activate its sponsorship and show off its cars, saying it doubled dealers’ leads in Los Angeles alone.

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