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The World Anti-Doping Agency will locate its permanent headquarters in Montreal, with the aim of improving the credibility and effectiveness of its war on the use of drugs in sports.

A lease needed to bring minor-league baseball back to Albuquerque, New Mexico for the 2003 season has been approved by the City Council.

The government reviews of England’s beleaguered Wembley Stadium and the national athletics stadium at Picketts Lock, both being assessed by former Prison Service director Patrick Carter, will not be available until this Friday and next week respectively.

UK broadband entertainment specialists Sportev said that 36 percent of those who visited its interactive video service paid to watch England beat Australia in the fourth Ashes Test at Headingley on Monday on its pay-per-view (PPV) highlights service.

CricInfo.com, the digital cricket information company, yesterday confirmed its billionth page view in 2001 – the first time that the site has passed this landmark in a calendar year.

Beer giant Foster’s has signed a new deal to sponsor Formula One’s Australian Grand Prix until 2006.

India's state broadcasting corporation, Prasar Bharti has won exclusive rights to broadcast the first Afro-Asian Games scheduled in New Delhi in November.

Broadband network services provider Williams Communications has signed a five-year, multi-million dollar agreement with NFL Films.

Colombia’s soccer team Deportivo Cali will start constructing its new stadium tomorrow.

US sporting goods retailer Big 5 Holdings Corp has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to raise $115 million ( B

The official website of CART has smashed its previous two-day record for visits over it Road America race weekend.

European internet sports network Sportal has finalised a new round of funding for its operations, which the company envisages will see it through to profitability in early 2002.

National Football League (NFL) team the Denver Broncos has unveiled a raft of new broadcasting initiatives for its Invesco Field stadium, done in partnership with AT&T Broadband and ESPN.

Latin American pay-TV broadcaster, Pan-American Sports Network (PSN) has appointed Luis Baraldi to the post of vice president for programming, production and operations.

European soccer’s governing body, UEFA, has relaunched its website – which will spearhead its new media division.