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Volume 25 No. 235

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Volume 25 No. 231

USA Gymnastics Confident It Can Retain NGB Status Moving Forward

USAG President & CEO Li Li Leung said the NGB is "starting to rebuild trust in our community in terms of taking part in our events."

TV Partners Likely To Benefit From NBA's Earlier Start Times In '19-20

Ratings were down last year in part due to LeBron's "move to the Lakers and their late national starts for East Coast viewers."

Kate Markgraf Has Plenty Of Work Ahead As First USWNT GM

Hire comes on same day Earnie Stewart is promoted to become USSF's first Sporting Dir and head of the newly-launched Sports Performance Department.

Skier Mikaela Shiffrin Signs Multiyear Apparel Deal With Adidas

Shiffrin will join Adidas’ outdoors athletes roster and the brand’s “Creator” campaign, endorsing several new products.

NCAA Drops "Rich Paul Rule" Requirements After Facing Backlash

The NCAA announced the change several hours after Paul posted an op/ed on The Athletic criticizing the rule.

UCF Football Season Tickets Sell Out For First Time In School History

The demand for tickets has "even re-ignited the discussion of possibly expanding Spectrum Stadium from its current 44,206 capacity."

Compensation For Coaches Of Non-Revenue NCAA Sports On The Rise

Coaches in sports outside of football and basketball saw their combined compensation grow by 43% from '13-18.