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I can speak to athletics/track and field, the sport I sometimes cover. Most events at a professional level and NCAA events at the national level require athletes to pass through a "mixed zone" after competition. This is (usually) a divided space with
Every two to four years we have the same conversations around the water cooler or social media about the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC’s) deplorable decisions and the horrific NBC coverage of the Olympics. Despite hoping for better viewershi
Team USA beach volleyball player hopes to dominate on the Olympic stage once again. USA TODAY Sports Olympic athletes are unique in their own right, but there’s one area where they are just like us: Social media. Especially since many are Millennials
Freestyle skiing, which includes men’s and women’s moguls competition, was the most popular Olympic sport among U. S. TV weekend viewers through February 15, according to a minute-by-minute analysis of viewing conducted by The Nielsen Company
The production will be among the most sophisticated ever too, with 28 cameras, including seven ultra-motion cameras, Spidercam as well as graphics with key analytics, all of which will take the viewer right to the heart of the action. The control roo
OK, so we all know that national anthems are hardly the stuff we’d normally choose to listen to, but today I ask you to suspend judgement for a few minutes, be patient and open the mind. the issue First a question: as you go about your daily business
Before the 2013 NBA playoffs, many people speculated that the Miami Heat would go 16-0 (e. g. sweep every series) en route to their 2nd straight title
I believe that when commentators shout "score!" when a player scores, it's more often than not preceded by "he shoots". Therefore, what the commentators really say is: "he shoots, he scores!". But they say it at a very rapid pace that to any regular
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Since 1995, the Stanley Cup Finals have had two or three games broadcast on a cable channel, and the rest of the games shown on a broadcast network. Before 1995, going back to 1981, almost all finals games were on cable channels. (1981 is around the