But if it moves back to being primarily British in player makeup, it will lose some of its appeal to a worldwide audience. That will impact television deals and sponsorships.”Interest from wealthy foreigners wanting to buy British teams could also sag if the British economy slows, or if the quality of play suffers. A steep decline in the value of the pound might make it cheaper to buy teams, but it could also hurt the value of the clubs.The Premier League and other sports associations, as well as broadcasters and others with a vested interest in British sports, might also lobby for exemptions so that the current visa free passage between Britain and the European Union which supporters of Britain’s exit opposed could continue for athletes.”They are a very powerful league, and they have lots of supporters in high places,” said John Williams, the director of the Center for the Sociology of Sport at the University of Leicester.Williams expects exemptions to be made for athletes and other workers with unique skills.”They speak the same language as the global TV partners, and they want to project themselves as global partners,” he said.
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At Under Armour’s headquarters in Baltimore, there have been talks of a signature Spieth line and perhaps a world tour. There are plans to introduce new golf apparel and footwear next spring. During the United States Open, which begins on Thursday at the Chambers Bay Golf Course in Washington State, Under Armour will hold a contest for fans to win a limited edition hat that has the records Mr.
Li Na begins a day of training with Romain Deffet in Beijing southern outskirts. Her return to the sport full time last year after being sidelined by injuries has re established a more natural order in women’s tennis, with two Grand Slam winners, Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka, serving as her worthy, if not yet equal, adversaries. But Wimbledon blew that order into disarray none of the four semifinalists had ever won a Grand Slam and showed how erratic the women’s game can still be.
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