By the time this goes up on the site, I’ll be somewhere en route to California to the Bioneers conference in San Rafael. The coffee company my wife’s family owns and operates needed a few extra bodies to man their trio of locations at the event, and so I was conscripted for active duty. It’s [...]
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I wasn’t planning on having to write this piece, and I wasn’t planning on having to bring this week’s column to you late. What you’ll read deeper into this week’s edition is the direction I’d hoped to go, discussing hour tournaments like the Olympic hockey spectacle and the Davis Cup and the Ryder Cup are [...]
The United States defeated France 86-55 in their only home exhibition at Madison Square Garden before they begin a tough three game exhibition tour in Europe prior to the start of the World Championships.
The calendar turns yet again into August, a month stacked with events galore for sports fans around the globe. We’re gearing up for the start of club seasons throughout European soccer, with teams already vying for spots in the UEFA Champions League main draw with just one qualifying round left now to decide the field. [...]
It already seems like this year’s FIFA World Cup in South Africa is a thing of the distant past even though just three weeks have passed since Spain claimed their first title over the Netherlands. In the contest, referee Howard Webb was forced to reach for his pocket an absurd (and World Cup record-breaking) fourteen times. [...]
97th Tour de France Stage 17 – Pau to Col du Tourmalet – 174.0 km (107.9 mi) 22 July 2010
97th Tour de France Stage 10 – Chambery to Gap – 179.0 km (111.0 mi) 14 July 2010
Tuesday – June 22nd, 2010 Mexico vs. Uruguay & South Africa vs. France review (South Africa vs France notifications – bold & italics.) First the bad news, Mexico and Uruguay needed just a tie to get in. Good news? Neither really wants to end up second and face Argentina next. So what do you get? [...]