As sponsor after sponsor dropped Kyle Larson after he used a racial slur during a live-streamed virtual race, his NASCAR team owner was backed into a corner.
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There is no “Plan B” for the Olympics if they need to be postponed again because of the coronavirus pandemic, Tokyo organizers said Tuesday.
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Sports have gone dark, and so have the sporting goods stores that sold the G-Form protective pads used in soccer, mountain biking and by dozens of major league baseball players.
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"I don't think there was a clear cut favorite this year," said Moore. "You feel like you could go to a final four and compete for a national championship. That's what's tough about it. You know, we've been climbing each year and we thought this was going to be a big year for us. Now we'll never know."
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Raleigh native and PGA pro Chesson Hadley joined The Adam Gold Show on Monday to talk about the golf world being (sort of) shut down and how he's honing his game in the meantime, plus watching the re-run of Tiger Woods' Masters win a year ago.
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Kyle Larson's racial slur cost him his two primary NASCAR supporters. It likely will cost him his job soon.
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The NFL and its players union have agreed to conduct “virtual” offseason workout programs due to the COVID-19 pandemic until every team is permitted to open its facilities.
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Alpha Entertainment, the company that owns the XFL, filed for bankruptcy on Monday, three days after the league suspended operations and laid off its staff.
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The NBA Horse Challenge wasn't perfect on Sunday night but it was what we needed. The challenge -- with four current NBA players, two retired NBA greats, one current WNBA player and one retired WNBA great in an eight-person bracket -- was a sufficient basketball fix during this COVID-19 crisis.
The International Olympic Committee will face “several hundred million dollars” of added costs because of the postponement of the Tokyo Games, the body's president said.
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