Orlando City Stadium’s design is the first of its kind in the United States. ORLANDO – As soon as it showed up on television, his phone started ringing. “We thought it was going to be good,” says Bruce Miller, a soccer stadium architect, “but then you see Opening Day and you feel it.
He is Sam Adonis, an American pro wrestler for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) who came up with the idea to plaster the image of President Trump on his tights.
The American players are raving about the steady and sure leadership of Arena after Jurgen Klinsmann left them unprepared and uneasy.
The match between the U.S. and Mexico on Sunday has World Cup implications, of course, but it also comes against a much-discussed political backdrop. President Donald Trump wants to build a wall on America’s southern border, and people on both sides have strong feelings. American head coach Bruce Arena
The last two years have brought tension and some anger between this country and the United States, stoked by Donald Trump’s rhetoric and his remarkable ascendance to the American presidency. Trump’s promise of a border wall, paid for by Mexico, strained what has usually been a friendly relationship.
CTE awareness is a great thing. But the presumption of CTE is creating emotional problems of its own. And some of the responsibility of that shadow lies with the forces that helped us become aware of CTE in the first place.
Tim Hinchey, left, joins USA Swimming after six-plus years in the front office of the Colorado Rapids. USA Swimming will announce Tim Hinchey as its new chief executive officer Thursday, bringing aboard a business outsider but a lifetime swimming insider. Hinchey, who will replace the late Chuck Wielgus
A man known the world over for his supreme athletic talent, his fierce glare and his unyielding stride is seen wobbling on the side of a roadway in the middle of the night, unable to move in a straight line. Tiger Woods appears unaware of his surroundings on a police dash cam from early Monday morning
None of the sudden draft buzz surprises Williams, who is still miffed over his lack of recruitment. He will be the first player from Grambling drafted since Jason Hatcher in 2006.
Editor’s note: This story originally appeared on Yahoo Sports on July 12, 2012, two months after Frank Martin took the head coaching job at South Carolina. In fact, the only thing Frank Martin’s expressions seem to scream is screaming.