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Japan appointed its first Olympics minister on Thursday, naming a veteran politician to a cabinet post created just last month to guide the country through preparations for the 2020 Summer Games - and a host of thorny issues. Though Tokyo won the Games largely owing to its organisational prowess, the…

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Now that we know major league soccer is coming to Minnesota, the question remains where will those games be played. The owners of the Minnesota United team are looking at downtown Minneapolis for the stadium site. Today, we learned they’re also talking to a Twin Cities suburb. We’re talking about…

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Brookfield High School senior Brian Hunter is looking forward to the start of football season. “There is a lot of history at the stadium,” Hunter said. He and his classmates have seen that winning tradition for years. Since 2011, the Brookfield Warriors have won 35 games and lost 10. But…

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The Japanese government says it will keep the existing design for the new National Stadium that will be the centerpiece of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The design by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid drew sharp criticism from her Japanese counterparts for being too big and costly. But the government has decided…

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Set to open in June 2016, the new stadium for an independent baseball league in Utica will be called Jimmy John's Field. News broke Tuesday that the sandwich shop had the naming rights for the stadium that the United Shore Professional Baseball League will play out of. The three-team league…

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More than two months after the deal was announced, Utah State University and Maverik Inc. finally released the 22-year $6.3 million naming rights agreement for the Aggies’ football stadium Tuesday. The contract release comes after The Herald Journal had asked USU and Maverik for the documents through the Government Records…

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Raiders owner Mark Davis said seeing a proposal to keep his team in Oakland would be an important first step. Floyd Kephart and his New City Development group took that first step on Monday. A preliminary framework for a new stadium proposal was submitted to Mayor Libby Schaaf, according to…

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The $105-million makeover for the Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium might finally gain approval Wednesday. University of Oklahoma President David Boren will ask the board of regents to approve the measure that will develop the south end zone of the stadium, according to The Oklahoman. Preliminary work is already underway on…

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A groundbreaking for a sports stadium city officials hope will generate tax revenue and become an family entertainment hot spot for Macomb is slated for Tuesday. Last August, county officials announced the development of the 2,500-seat, artificial-turf ballpark for a semi-professional independent baseball league by General Sports & Entertainment of…

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Almost immediately following the last home game of the 2014 season, the first step of renovating Jones AT&T Stadium began. The seats and bleachers were ripped out of the stadium. According to the Texas Tech Athletics website, the seats had been installed in the stadium and untouched since 1959. For…