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Careers in Sport | June 23, 2021 5:00 PM

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Hear from leaders in the field of sports and network with other alumni involved in the sports industry. Hear from leaders in the field of sports and network with other alumni involved in the sports industry. During this live virtual event, former sports career leaders will share how the sports industry has changed over...

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American Olympic gold medalist Brianna McNeal to five-year suspension for anti-doping rule violation

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Getty The international disciplinary panel on Friday granted American hurdler Brianna McNeal a five-year suspension for anti-doping rule violations. McNeal, 29, is the reigning Olympic gold medalist in the 100-meter hurdles, an event she won at the Rio 2016 Games. According to the Athletics Integrity Unit ruling, McNeal was charged with “tampering with the...

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Sports League Management Software market size, types, applications, key players, regional demand, trends and forecast to 2027 – nysenewsroom

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Request a sample download Credible Markets added a new key research report covering Sports League Management Software Market. The study aims to provide global investors with a revolutionary decision-making tool covering key fundamentals of the Sports League Management Software market. The research report will include the total global market revenue with historical analysis, key...

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Rose Ladies Series returns in 2021, motivates European players in search of their big break | Golf news and tour information

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With the ladies’ European tour in temporary suspension brought on by a pandemic last year, Liz Young had an idea. To give her fellow pros a chance to play and fill the competitive void, the 37-year-old Englishwoman has enlisted the help of sponsors to help her organize a one-day tournament at her home club,...

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Bagwell Katalinich appointed American scholar

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Women’s basketball | 05/28/2021 11:00:00 History links All-America Academic Teams MINNEAPOLIS –Laura Bagwell Katalinich has been named the third All-American® Academic Team, the Directors of University Sports Information of America (CoSIDA) announced on Friday. Recognizing the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performance on court and in the classroom, a student-athlete must be a...

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Response from Roger Federer Alexander Zverev, allegations of domestic violence

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Roger Federer has been criticized for his responses to questions about the domestic violence allegations addressed to his compatriot Alexander Zverev. Zverev’s ex-girlfriend Olya Sharypova alleged last year that the world No.7 was abusive of him – accusations Germany has firmly denied, calling them “unfounded” and ” quite simply false ”. Earlier this year,...

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Husker SWA Logsdon ends long career in Nebraska

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History links Nebraska Assistant Athletic Director – Senior Female Administrator Pat Logsdon will put the finishing touches on a career spanning more than four decades in college athletics later this summer, when she officially retires on August 2. Logsdon, who has served in various roles during her 42-year career as a Husker, has served...

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‘It’s about the people’

by on May 25, 2021 0

Aaron Rodgers has a problem with the philosophy of the company. This is what pushes him to stand out from the Green Bay Packers. That’s how Rodgers summed it up Monday night, appearing on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” and breaking his silence on a rift that has widened this offseason between the MVP quarterback and the...

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The Panthers are still alive

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With a 4-1 win, the Florida Panthers avoided series elimination against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday night at the BB&T Center. “Bolts” now leads the series 3-2. For today’s game, Panthers head coach Joel Quenneville decided to trust goaltender Spencer Knight. He was the third man to disguise himself as a Floridian since...

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Gillispie adds ex-Hutchinson star Isaiah Bujdoso

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History links STEPHENVILLE – Tarleton Men’s Basketball Head Coach Billy Gillispie announced the signing of former Hutchinson College goaltender Isaiah Bujdoso in the Texas roster for the 2021-22 season. Bujdoso, a 6’4,190 guard from Ontario, Canada, joins the Texans after spending his second season at Hutchinson and freshman at Loyola-Chicago University. “I am extremely...

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Authentic Talent and Literary Management expands its ranks of manager and coordinator

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Authentic Talent and Literary Management has promoted four new coordinators in the talent and literary departments, a new talent manager and expanded its comedy division. “We are extremely proud of our next generation of coordinators and managers at Authentic,” said Jon Rubinstein, President and CEO of Authentic. “They are an extraordinary group that brings...

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Liberty Park Approved Tourism Development Zone Obligation

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The mixed-use, public-private development and sports and events center is expected to begin its phased openings in 2022. MEMPHIS, Tennessee – A tourist development zone requirement has been approved by the Tennessee State Funding Board for the development of Liberty Park at the former Memphis Fairgrounds in Memphis. The mixed-use, public-private development and sports...

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Class of 2021 says goodbye to Stephenville High School

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Stephenville High School’s 2021 class went off on a high Friday night with a launching ceremony that ended with fireworks at Memorial Stadium. Stephenville ISD Superintendent Matt Underwood graduated approximately 221 students as they walked across the grounds amid cheers and celebrations. Madison Nation’s class of 2021 said she plans to attend Tarleton State...

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