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Lethwei, a brutal bare-knuckle combat sport, was previously confined behind Myanmar's borders. Now, WLC CEO Gerald Ng wants to go international.
Banana Republic has tapped athletes such as Kevin Love and Jared Goff to help develop clothing lines and build a connection with sports fans.
For today only, Snapchat users can "try on" the new USWNT home and away jerseys that will be worn by the team in France this summer.
The Reds take to the States to play three games this summer against German, Spanish and Portuguese foes in historic stadiums.
The Beijing Shougang Eagles will play their home games in Daytona's Jackie Robinson Ballpark. Tortugas ownership believes the move befits Robinson's name.
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Rutgers drew inspiration from an unusual source to market the upcoming 150-year-anniversary of the first-ever college football game.
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The Chicago Bears want their fans to workout like their players. Well, not actually, but at least in a facility that feels the same.
The LPGA, its players and its commissioner are committed to leaving the Tour better than they found it, both domestically and globally.