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  • Dolphins Exec: Stadium Will Be Ready by September

    by Anthony Chiang July 2016

    The Dolphins still expect to play their final preseason game on Sept. 1 in Miami Gardens. Apparently, South Florida radio personality Hank Goldberg is hearing otherwise. Goldberg told CBS Sports that the two-year, $500 million renovation of the building formerly known as Sun Life Stadium might not be ready until November.

  • Fan Injured After Jumping From Wrigley Field Bleachers

    by Stuart Goldman July 2016

    A man was seriously injured Thursday night after he jumped from the bleachers over the right field wall at Wrigley Field in Chicago.

  • Vikings Stadium Damaged by Severe Storm

    by Rochelle Olson July 2016

    Several black zinc panels on U.S. Bank Stadium came loose during Tuesday night's storm, and stadium officials were at a loss to explain why Wednesday. Mortenson Construction vice president John Wood said the "extreme weather" caused the panels to partially disengage along their top edges, although none fell off. "The panels will not need to be replaced, just reinstalled, unless the panels themselves were damaged," Wood said.

  • School's $5M Surface Project Covers Four Sports

    by Joseph Popiolkowski; News Staff Reporter July 2016

    Work is underway to install new artificial turf athletic fields at Clarence High School. The project includes artificial football, baseball and softball fields as well a renovated all-surface track.

  • San Diego Voters May Hold Fate of Chargers, Raiders

    by Brent Schrotenboer, @schrotenboer, USA TODAY Sports July 2016

    The future of the San Diego Chargers hung in the balance in January when team owner Dean Spanos tried to make a crucial call. Should he move his team to Los Angeles to share a lucrative new stadium with the Rams?

  • Olympic Movement More About Misery Than Majesty

    by Nancy Armour July 2016

    The squalor and sleaze that have engulfed the Rio Games cannot be what Pierre de Coubertin had in mind. Far from elevating the world through sport, the Games have instead illustrated everything that's gone wrong with the Olympic movement.

  • U.S. Staffers to Test Traffic Around Rio Track Stadium

    by Dayton Daily News July 2016

    At about the same time members of the U.S. Olympic track team get their uniforms, they'll be led to a TV monitor featuring a map of Rio de Janeiro with three dots: the athletes' village, the track team's training center and the Olympic stadium.

  • Traffic Issues Confront Braves, Stadium Communities

    by David Ibata; For the AJC, Staff July 2016

    Things did not go well the evening of June 21 when a delegate from Cobb County dropped a bombshell on the Sandy Springs City Council: The traffic plan for the new Braves stadium would have motorists using Sandy Springs streets to get to the ballpark.

  • Opinion: City Can't Afford to Play Bills Stadium Game

    by The Buffalo News (New York) July 2016

    It's nice to see Terry Pegula and Bills president Russ Brandon resist recent chatter from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell about the "need" for a new Bills stadium.

  • Applying Public-Private Principles to Community Sports Venues

    by Peter Knowles and Steve Kelly July 2016

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