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- MLS Tournament: Fox Wasting Opportunity With Fake Crowd Noise
After three days of seeing ESPN broadcast MLS Is Back matches with natural sound, Fox Sports
is making a mistake by piping in crowd noise during its telecasts.
Forbes. Sunday, 12 Jul 2020.
- This day in sports: Mary Decker breaks American record in women's 1,500 meters
A look at what happened in sports
history July 12, including Mary Decker breaking the American record in the women's 1,500 meters in 1980.
Los Angeles Times. Sunday, 12 Jul 2020.
- Coronavirus: Who should wear a face mask or face covering?
Face coverings are compulsory on public transport in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
BBC News. Sunday, 12 Jul 2020.
- Public transport restrictions will be eased to get people back to work - report
Restrictions on public transport use are to be eased, according to a report, as the government tries to encourage people to return to work.
Sky News. Sunday, 12 Jul 2020.
- Get back on trains and buses as government prepares to ease restrictions on public transport
The UK Government is set to relax restrictions on public transport in order to convince the public to work in offices again in a bid to boost the economy which has been ravaged by the global pandemic.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 12 Jul 2020.
- British 2012 Olympians guinea pigs for Special Forces 'wonder drug'
REVEALED: British Olympians were used as guinea pigs to test an experimental substance in a secret UK Sport
project costing hundreds of thousands of pounds of public money.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 11 Jul 2020.
- Pistons' onetime home, the Palace of Auburn Hills, torn down
One of Michigan's most beloved sports
and entertainment venues was turned into rubble on Saturday with a series of controlled explosions.
Fox News. Saturday, 11 Jul 2020.
- This day in sports: Nolan Ryan records 4,000th strikeout
What occurred in sports
on this date in sports, July 11, including the Houston Astros' Nolan Ryan recording his 4,000th career strikeout.
Los Angeles Times. Saturday, 11 Jul 2020.
- 'The man who dared us to dream': Tributes to former England footballer and Ireland manager
Football clubs, sports
stars and politicians have paid tribute to former England footballer and Ireland manager Jack Charlton, who has died aged 85.
Sky News. Saturday, 11 Jul 2020.
- Coronavirus: No 10 considering mandatory face masks in shops in England
Face coverings are already compulsory on transport in a bid to slow the spread of coronavirus.
BBC News. Friday, 10 Jul 2020.
- Valentina Sampaio is Sports Illustrated Swimsuit's first trans model
"What unites us as humans is that we all share the common desire to be accepted and loved for who we are," Sampaio said.
CBS News. Friday, 10 Jul 2020.
- Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue features first transgender model
This isn't the first time the 23-year-old Brazilian beauty has broken barriers for trans models.
Yahoo. Friday, 10 Jul 2020.
- Charles Barkley: Sports are turning social justice issues into a 'circus'
11-time NBA All-Star Charles Barkley weight in on the NBA's restart plans, social justice related issues and education.
CNBC. Friday, 10 Jul 2020.
- The Supreme Court just wrapped up a term that surprised everyone and satisfied no one
If it were possible to transport the Supreme Court's tax rulings back to the most fiery days of the confirmation battle over Justice Brett Kavanaugh in 2018, it's likely that Trump would not be the only person surprised.
CNBC. Friday, 10 Jul 2020.
- Renaming the Redskins: Inside the process, hurdles and possible fallout
Rebranding an iconic sports
franchise with permanent changes to signage, trademarks and logos is an endeavor that can take years.
ESPN. Friday, 10 Jul 2020.
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