Month: March 2022

Christian Pulisic Hat-Trick All But Seals USMNT’s WC Berth

Christian Pulsic’s hat trick against Panama all but assured the United States one of the three automatic bids for the World Cup.

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Scottie Scheffler Wins $2.1M, Takes Over World No. 1

Scottie Scheffler moved into No. 1 in the world rankings after winning for the third time in his last five starts. At 25, he is one of the youngest golfers to reach the top spot.

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Vote Expected Soon for Commanders’ $3B Stadium

The Washington Commanders’ $3 billion stadium plan is expected to come up for a vote after the Virginia legislature reconvenes on April 4.

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Spectator Sports Market to Reach $181B in 2022

The market — which totaled $127.04 billion in 2021 — is set to grow to $181.47 billion by the end of 2022, according to a study.

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Nike, Kobe Bryant Estate Join Forces Again

Nike and the Kobe Bryant estate are linking back up after parting ways last year. New shoes from the brands could come by May.

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MAC, Pac-12 Lean Into Player-Data Sale Partnerships

The Pac-12 and MAC have both signed partnerships to enter the space.

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Nike’s Next Frontier Will Be Digital

Nike beat earnings, again. The Swoosh has exceeded expectations in 17 of the last 19 quarters — and much of the success is due to its efforts in digital.

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Behind The Scenes of The Blockbuster Crypto.com Arena Deal

The sports world gasped when Staples Center became Crypto.com Arena in a $700 million blockbuster. This is how it all went down.

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Boehly, Harris Groups Make Chelsea Shortlist

Chelsea FC bidders have been reduced to a shortlist. Consortiums led by Todd Boehly and Josh Harris have made the cut.

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Real Madrid Reportedly Leading New Super League Project

Real Madrid is reportedly heading a project for a new European Super League that would exclude English teams.

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