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Adam Rippon Will ‘Break the Ice’ With New YouTube Show

Olympian Adam Rippon launches YouTube channel for “Break the Ice” show and give fans deeper access to his life as he builds his post-skating career.

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RugbyPass Plans to Introduce The World To American Rugby

Global digital media platform RugbyPass has partnered with Major League Rugby in the American league’s second season in hopes of helping grow the sport.

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Chase Minnifield Looks To Shift Entrepreneurial Stigmas for Athletes

Former NFL defensive back Chase Minnifield is hoping to help break down the struggles of former athletes and mental barriers to entrepreneurship.

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Program Offers Former Players a Path to Become Coaches

The NBA’s Assistant Coaches Program provides a six-month training program that helps former players get ready for the transition from player to coach.

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Jeff Francoeur Highlights Post-Career Joys With Frenchy’s Blues

Joining forces with Georgia’s Terrapin Beer Company, former Atlanta Braves outfielder and current broadcaster Jeff Francoeur released a collaboration beer.

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Following NBA’s Lead, NHL Taps Massive Chinese Market for Fans

The NBA has lead U.S. sports strategy in China for decades, but the NHL sees plenty of opportunity as the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics approach.

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Alianza de Futbol Elevates U.S. Hispanic Soccer, Now With LaLiga’s Help

LaLiga invests in U.S. soccer talent through Alianza de Futbol, as the organization continues to evolve its efforts to support the nation’s Hispanic soccer.

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Team Penske Uses 5G Test To Help Secure Indy 500 Pole Position

Utilizing team partner Verizon, Team Penske proved out a mobile 5G network, which hastened video analysis process for the 2019 Indianapolis 500.

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‘Locked In’ Goes Behind the Curtain With NBA 2K League Players

For Season 2, the NBA 2K League is diving into the lives of its players in the content series “Locked In,” hoping to attract new fans.

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How the Nationals Off-Field Programming Drives New Fans to the Ballpark

With events like “Bourbon and Baseball” and “Bubbles and Baseball,” the Washington Nationals turn to experiential pregame programming to help attract fans.

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