Sports

3X3U National Championship Puts a College Spin on Three-on-Three

The Dos Equis 3X3U National Championship takes place on Final Four weekend and joins events like the Olympics and BIG3 in growing three-on-three hoops.

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Rising 25 Class of 2019

This year’s Rising 25 Class of 2019 comes from a nominee pool of more than 350 young professionals from across the sports industry.

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Corona Premier Sets Sights on Golf With U.S. Open Sponsorship

Corona Brands is undertaking a golf-themed promotions strategy to better promote the Corona Premier brand to wider audiences.

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Former NHL Defenseman Tells Canadian Stories Through Whitby Watch Co.

Former NHL defenseman Jay Harrison is sharing Canadian stories and a message to other athletes to follow their passions with Whitby Watch Co.

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BallerTV Takes Over Youth Sports Broadcasting One Game at a Time

In just its third year in operation, the livestreaming aims to broadcast 250,000 youth sporting events in 2019, with plenty more to come.

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Champ Bailey Uses Bailey Companies to Corner the Business World

The new Hall of Fame inductee has found a post-playing career in the business world, and he’s committed to keeping it in the family.

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Cleveland Cavaliers and Aramark Launch In-Seat Ordering

The pilot program provides fans access to in-seat beer and water ordering prior to a possible scale-up next season at Quicken Loans Arena.

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Rick Welts Talks NBA Business, Distribution and Mental Health

In the second of a two-part conversation, Warriors President and COO Rick Welts discusses the team’s move out of Oracle Arena plus wider league business.

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Elias Sports Bureau Continues Evolution While Staying in the Family

Longtime owner Seymour Siwoff hands over the reins of the sports statistics company to his grandson Joe Gilston after nearly 70 years at the helm.

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Major League Baseball Increases Sponsorship Support for Little League

The agreement between MLB and Little League International provides programming opportunities for sponsors to 2.4 million players and more than 80 nations.

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