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June 29, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Cyclist Bart Bell of Anniston, Ala., was unconscious and in critical condition Sunday night following a crash during the tandem sprint race at the U.S. Olympic cycling trials and national championships at Blaine, Minn. Bell and tandem partner Tom Brinker of Washington, Mo., the 1988 national champions in the event, collided with Marty Nothstein of Trexlertown, Pa., and Erin Hartwell of Indianapolis. The riders were competing for the national championship.
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July 7, 1999 | MIKE PENNER
You spend 17 days on the road with the Women's World Cup, you begin to hear things. You are sitting in an airport terminal and you hear two American men, probably in their early 40s, talking soccer. They are knowledgeable fans, flying up to catch the next U.S. women's match. "I'd rather watch the U.S. women play than the men," one says to the other. You are walking outside Foxboro Stadium and you hear two teenage boys riffing on the same topic. "I'd like to see the U.S. women play the U.S.
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July 7, 1999 | MIKE PENNER
You spend 17 days on the road with the Women's World Cup, you begin to hear things. You are sitting in an airport terminal and you hear two American men, probably in their early 40s, talking soccer. They are knowledgeable fans, flying up to catch the next U.S. women's match. "I'd rather watch the U.S. women play than the men," one says to the other. You are walking outside Foxboro Stadium and you hear two teenage boys riffing on the same topic. "I'd like to see the U.S. women play the U.S.
BUSINESS
November 27, 1997 | Bloomberg News
The National Hockey League is shutting down for 16 days in midseason to allow its players to participate in the Winter Olympics in Japan, gambling that worldwide exposure will more than make up for the interruption. While the closing Feb. 8-24 creates a risk of losing fans, having its stars play in the Olympics fits into the league's plans of fostering an international market. An ad campaign has been designed to keep the NHL in the fans' minds during the Olympic break.
SPORTS
February 22, 1997 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Casting a wary eye at the Nagano Winter Olympics, which will end one year from today, the speaker somberly assessed: "If it continues like this, I think the Nagano Games will not be successful." And the speaker was? (a) The president of the Japanese Olympic Committee, inspecting the preparations firsthand. (b) Billy Payne, thinking wishfully.
BUSINESS
November 27, 1997 | Bloomberg News
The National Hockey League is shutting down for 16 days in midseason to allow its players to participate in the Winter Olympics in Japan, gambling that worldwide exposure will more than make up for the interruption. While the closing Feb. 8-24 creates a risk of losing fans, having its stars play in the Olympics fits into the league's plans of fostering an international market. An ad campaign has been designed to keep the NHL in the fans' minds during the Olympic break.
SPORTS
February 22, 1997 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Casting a wary eye at the Nagano Winter Olympics, which will end one year from today, the speaker somberly assessed: "If it continues like this, I think the Nagano Games will not be successful." And the speaker was? (a) The president of the Japanese Olympic Committee, inspecting the preparations firsthand. (b) Billy Payne, thinking wishfully.
SPORTS
June 29, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Cyclist Bart Bell of Anniston, Ala., was unconscious and in critical condition Sunday night following a crash during the tandem sprint race at the U.S. Olympic cycling trials and national championships at Blaine, Minn. Bell and tandem partner Tom Brinker of Washington, Mo., the 1988 national champions in the event, collided with Marty Nothstein of Trexlertown, Pa., and Erin Hartwell of Indianapolis. The riders were competing for the national championship.
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