Featured Story

With Ledecky off limits, brands seek out her coach

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 22 / 16

B ruce Gemmell , coach of Olympic gold-medal-winning swimmer Katie Ledecky , is close to announcing three endorsement deals but has turned down more because he felt the companies were really trying to get to his record-breaking protég&eac...

Read More

Tags: Labor and Agents

More Stories

09/12/05
Octagon’s Carlisle sees a lot of Phelps in swimmer Hoff

Octagon agent Peter Carlisle has signed Katie Hoff, a 16-year-old swimmer who won three gold medals at swimming’s World Championships this year, and already Carlisle is comparing her to his most famous client. “She is amazingly ...

Tags: Labor and Agents, Olympics, SFX

09/05/05
If Smith loses, the 49ers won’t

Top NFL draft pick Alex Smith has bought a policy that insures him for up to $9.32 million if he is injured or dies, on or off the field, with the San Francisco 49ers as the beneficiary. Insurance policies bought by NFL players listing their teams as beneficiary have been around for abou ...

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Football, IMG, Labor and Agents, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers

09/05/05
17-year-old golfer Pressel expects to choose agent this fall

Morgan Pressel, the 17-year-old top-ranked junior female golfer in the country, has been talking to major sports agents and will make a decision on representation, which will make her a professional, in the next three months, said ...

Tags: Golf, Labor and Agents, LPGA, PGA Tour

09/05/05
Which high NFL selection got the best deal?

About the only similarity in the multimillion-dollar contracts for top NFL draft picks Alex Smith (No. 1) and Braylon Edwards (No. 3) is that rivals of the agents who put the deals together say that both were excellent contracts. The contract for No. 2 pick Ronnie Brown, meanwhile, is grea ...

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Football, IMG, Labor and Agents, Miami Dolphins, NFL, San Francisco 49ers

09/05/05
Drew too? Comparison goes only so far

Todd France may be the second coming of Drew Rosenhaus. That’s what rival agents say when asked about the 34-year-old France, who snagged three first-round picks in the 2005 NFL draft — including No. 2 pick Ronnie Brown — after never having represented a first-round pick. ...

Tags: Buffalo Bills, Football, Labor and Agents, NFL

09/05/05
Team reps OK Saskin, but questions remain

NHL team player representatives voted to approve a new contract for NHLPA Executive Director Ted Saskin on a conference call Wednesday night, thwarting efforts by a faction challenging his appointment. Sources said the contract up for discussion called for Saskin to receive $2 million a ...

Tags: Hockey, Labor and Agents, NHL

08/29/05
Mandatory malpractice insurance may thin NFL agent ranks

Kurt Varricchio, an attorney who became certified to represent NFL players two years ago, recently saw his first client, defensive end Carlos Williams, get a job with the Houston Texans. But instead of celebrating, Varricchio is c ...

Tags: Denver Broncos, Football, Labor and Agents, LPGA, NFL, Spike TV

08/29/05
Wie, William Morris near deal

Hollywood talent firm the William Morris Agency is closing in on a deal to represent 15-year-old golfer Michelle Wie, who also met with sports agencies IMG and Octagon about representation. 15-year-old Wie has been shopping for agents with dad B.J. ...

Tags: Golf, IMG, Labor and Agents, PGA Tour, William Morris Endeavor

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug