Monday, June 24, 2019
MLB ready for its long-awaited London debut
Games between the Yankees and Red Sox are scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday. We take a look inside the planning for this historic series at London Stadium.
Youth sports coaching: Calling the right play
Instruction from a trained coach can often make the difference in whether a child becomes a lifelong fan of the sport they play. National governing bodies and leagues are becoming more invested with volunteers and resources.
Teeing off in Detroit: PGA Tour comes to the Motor City
This week, thanks to the PGA Tour’s new schedule and a commitment from Quicken Loans executives, the Rocket Mortgage Classic debuts as one of the most intriguing tournaments on the 2019 schedule.
StubHub loyalty program to provide experiences for big spenders
StubHub Beyond begins this week and offers customers in the U.S. who spend $10,000 or more annually access to experiential events at the Masters, the U.S. Open and MLB ballparks.
Loss of quiet, commanding Bowlen leaves void in NFL
A generation of NFL owners, executives and business partners are praising Pat Bowlen’s quiet but commanding role in the league’s evolution from somewhat of a mom-and-pop operation to a $14 billion juggernaut.
Wimbledon set to show off new roof, sponsors
This year’s Wimbledon Tennis Championships showcases a raft of changes, including an $88 million retractable roof, landmark sponsors, new food and beverage options and increased stadium capacity.
Win AD offers schools ability to do just that
Win AD, a subscription service for athletic directors only, has transformed the hiring process in college athletics by aggregating contracts of all kinds into one database that can be accessed online.
Closing Shot: The 900
Twenty years ago at the X Games in San Francisco, Tony Hawk’s extraordinary trick and eponymous video game set the stage for a new era of action sports.