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NASN has secured exclusive pan-European rights to televise the inaugural World Baseball Classic.

Barbados will host its first ever World Golf Championship event next year – at the site of Tiger Woods’ wedding.

TelefC3nica S.A. has agreed a package of new media broadcast rights covering all 64 matches of the 2006 FIFA World Cup for almost all territories in Latin and South America.

Many of the world's leading stars will compete in the inaugural World Baseball Classic, World Baseball Classic Inc. announced yesterday.

San Juan, Puerto Rico has been awarded first and second round games of the inaugural World Baseball Classic.

With less than a week to go before SPORTELAsia 2005, all floor space has been sold and more than 250 companies from 41 countries worldwide have registered for the market.

FIFA has voiced mounting concerns over government interference in the affairs of football associations.

Major League baseball owners are today expected to give a thumbs up to plans for a baseball World Cup and a baseball television network.

Just days after a rival bid was sent to Major League Baseball chiefs, one of the favourites to land the Montreal Expos unveiled full details of its bid in the hope of convincing commissioner Bud Selig (pictured).

A proposal to buy the Montreal Expos Major League Baseball team has been submitted to commissioner Bud Selig.

Plans to bring the Montreal Expos Major League Baseball team to Northern Virginia have taken a step forward after plans were unveiled for a new ballpark.

Major League Baseball officials travelled to Monterrey this week as part of its on-going hunt to find a new home for the league-owned Montreal Expos.

The Montreal Expos are set to confirm in the coming weeks they will move 22 games to Puerto Rico.

SportsLine.com has appointed Sherrill W Hudson to its board of directors – and as chairman of its audit committee.

ESPN International and the National Football League (NFL) have agreed to extend their existing worldwide TV rights distribution agreement through the 2005 season.

Major League Baseball's much sought after Expos franchise is likely to remain in Montreal for at least another season.

Lamine Diack has been re-elected – unopposed – as president of the IAAF for another four-year term.