Netball: Lionel Lewis and James Walton elected to new Netball Singapore board

SINGAPORE – They are usually associated with a ball at their feet, but former Lions goalkeeper Lionel Lewis and Deloitte South-east Asia sports business group leader James Walton, who is known more for his football analyses, have stepped forward to serve Netball Singapore. The duo are part of a group of nine who were elected to the Netball Singapore board […]

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America’s Cup: Team New Zealand ‘cease all correspondence’ with Mark Dunphy

Team New Zealand has put paid to a last-ditch bid by Kiwi rich-lister Mark Dunphy to keep the next America’s Cup on home waters. In a strongly worded statement on Wednesday, TNZ boss Grant Dalton confirmed he had ceased all correspondence with Dunphy. Dalton claimed Dunphy refused to answer questions the syndicate put to him regarding his campaign for the […]

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CU Buffs backing Brendon Lewis through struggles – The Denver Post

There isn’t a more glamorous position in sports than being QB1. Except when QB1 and his team are struggling. Colorado (1-2) has lost two in a row, including Saturday’s 30-0 defeat against Minnesota, and the offense hasn’t scored in seven quarters. While there are a number of issues within the offense, freshman quarterback Brendon Lewis is the one in the […]

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U.S., Mexico Soccer Leagues Announce an Annual Tournament

In a major reordering of soccer competition in North America, the top men’s leagues in the United States and Mexico announced Tuesday the creation of an annual World Cup-style tournament in which every team from both leagues will compete. The monthlong tournament will take place in July and August, beginning in 2023, expanding the collaboration between Major League Soccer and […]

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Star Rookie and Veterans Steer Liberty’s Rocky Season to the Playoffs

Michaela Onyenwere’s W.N.B.A. career began with a celebration that spread across social media timelines and mentions. When the Liberty drafted her No. 6 overall in April, a video stream of her dancing grandmother took center stage. Theresa Duru wore traditional Nigerian apparel, including a head tie, called a gele, that billowed toward the ceiling like a cumulus cloud as she […]

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Michael Jordan joins Sportradar as special adviser

Fox Business Flash top headlines for September 20 Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Michael Jordan is a six-time NBA champion, two-time Olympic gold medalist, Basketball Hall of Famer, the man behind the Jordan Brand and the co-owner of the Charlotte Hornets and a NASCAR team. On Monday, he added another title under his belt as special adviser to Sportradar’s […]

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In a Scheduling First, Pac-12 and SWAC Plan Home-and-Home Basketball Games

The Southwestern Athletic Conference’s men’s basketball teams have, year after year, traveled west to play Pac-12 Conference schools. A twist is coming in 2022: Pac-12 teams will start to travel to play the SWAC’s historically Black colleges and universities. Under a four-year scheduling arrangement that the leagues are expected to announce on Monday, Pac-12 and SWAC programs will stage home-and-home […]

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The Mannings Give TV Sports Yet Another Alternate Viewing Option

Midway through the telecast of this N.F.L. season’s first Monday night game, Eli Manning asked his brother Peyton what he would do when a coach called a play he did not like. “I’m going to call my own play,” Peyton Manning said while mimicking a quarterback looking over to the sideline as if his helmet radio wasn’t working. “I’m going […]

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MMA: Anthony Smith defeats Ryan Spann in 1st round at UFC

NEW YORK (REUTERS) – Anthony Smith defeated Ryan Spann by submission in the first round of their light heavyweight main event bout on Saturday night (Sept 18) at Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night in Las Vegas. Smith used a rear-naked choke to end the fight at 3min 47sec. It was Smith’s fifth first-round finish since 2018, according to ESPN. […]

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