Friday, February 27, 2015
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2015 they are still copying US......Classic Powerlifting (RAW) is coming up in the IPF
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
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Saturday, February 7, 2015
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach said at the world ski championships Tuesday that one condition for inclusion into the Olympics is a sport "must have a broad international representation. This I cannot see in football. It's a very American sport."
...but the new possible additions for Tokyo are......
"Several other sports are also lobbying for a spot on the Tokyo program. They include squash, karate, roller sports, skateboarding, surfing, wushu, rock climbing, and billiards and snooker. "
WHY Football....there are 500 million reasons$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
The Super Bowl is arguably the single biggest annual sporting event, and it should therefore be no surprise that millions upon millions of dollars are going around this weekend. There are basic things, like ticket prices – this year’s game has demanded record prices on the resale market – and the game’s economic impact on the Phoenix area, which this year’s Super Bowl committee has projected to be some $500 million. And beyond those are a host of other financial facts, some so outrageous that they can be hard to believe.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
RIO DE JANEIRO -- A spokesman for Rio de Janeiro's Olympic organizers says there's "no Plan B" for the 2016 Games' sailing competitions, though the state's top environmental official has acknowledged that pledges to clean up the waters of the sailing venue will not be met.
Spokesman Mario Andrade says Olympic organizing officials are assuming that the goal of treating 80 percent of sewage generated around the Guanabara Bay will be reached. His comment Tuesday came just days after Rio's new Environment Secretary Andre Correa acknowledged at a news conference that the cleanup pledges are unattainable.
With vast amounts of sewage and household garbage flowing into the bay and just a year and a half to go before the Games, Olympic sailors' health and safety has become a hot-button issue.